Stop by to find out more about visiting the island, pick up a Key West map or speak with the friendly staff for tips on where to go and what to see.Wash down the succulent flavor of home-made conch-fritters with a freshly-squeezed Key Limeade. Buy unusual items, peruse masterpieces by local artists. For shopping, food, revelry and the world’s most famous sunset celebration - historic Mallory Square is the place to be.While he was there, he drew 18 new birds for his "Birds of America" folio.Many of those drawings are believed to have been conceived in the Audubon House garden.Today, great bar food, strong drinks and live entertainment day and night draw in crowds of people from all-over.
If you’re visiting Key West you can’t go home until you stop in at Sloppy Joe’s.The Key West Chamber of Commerce is one of the oldest business organizations on the island and has more than 600 members.Many thousands of people contact the chamber each month to get information about Key West vacations, things to do and Key West attractions.See the Geiger tree that appears in John James Audubon’s painting of the white-crowned pigeon—it still stands in the front yard of the Audubon house.Audubon visited the Florida Keys and Dry Tortugas in 1832.
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A special part of our nation’s history and the history of Key West, the Harry S.