Crane Point Museums and Nature Center, MM 50,
Stretch your legs and expand your
mind by learning of Native Americans, Pirates and Bahamians.
Hike 63 acres of native thatch palm hammock on mapped trails
to Florida Bay: includes admission to Museum of Natural
History, Children's Museum Adderley Town Historic Site,
Garden Exhibits and Wild Bird Center, Trolley and Kayak
Tours. Call 305-743-9100
State Park, MM 56.2
Bicycling and hiking, Picnic
tables, grills, restrooms.
Pigeon Key Historic District, MM 47,
Visit Pigeon Key and step back in time inside buildings built in 1909 to house more than 400 workers, working 14-hours a day, six days a week. Ride the train from Knights Key, oceanside
across the bridge to this National Historic Site. Island
Tours, museum, restrooms. Phone: 305-284-0025
Sombrero Beach, MM 50
Sandy beach, playground,
restroom and picnic area
Beach Golf Course, MM 53.5
nine-hole, par-three course is open to the public. Club
Rental and Pull-carts are available. Call 305-289-1533
Old Seven Mile Bridge, MM 47, Marathon
Stroll along a piece of
Florida Keys history and watch the sunset or drop a line and
fish from the world's longest fishing pier.
Dolphin Research Center, MM 59, Bayside, Grassy Key
The Dolphin Research Center offers several exciting presentations daily demonstrating the dolphins’ high flying athletics, dolphin education fun facts, dolphin research, new behavior training, medical behaviors, and much more. Enjoy dolphin swims and other encounters, as well as other fun chances to touch a dolphin. We also provide special needs assistance. Don’t miss Dolphin Research Center during your Florida Keys vacation.