Old Town Trolley: Explore Key West in the traditional way aboard an Old Town Trolley and see the main sights and attractions of the southernmost city in the continental United States. This compact island-city has been a celebrity haunt for decades and is packed with historic streets and buildings – all of which are covered by the trolley route. See Hemingway’s home, the San Carlos Theater, the Martello forts and much, much more. Come along for a ride you won’t forget.
There are 12 stops along the route, which circles the entire island. The full tour lasts about 90 minutes and you can hop on and off at any of the stops. Each one is located close to important attractions. The first stop at Mallory Square services the aquarium, Harry Truman's Little White House and the Custom House Museum. Stop 4 covers historic Duval Street with nearby landmarks such as the Oldest House Museum, which dates from 1829, St Paul’s Church and the San Carlos Theater.
Alight at Stop 5 and see the Ernest Hemingway House Museum or wander around the popular Bahama Village market. Hop back on and continue your adventure. Maybe get off at Stop 8 and relax at Smather's Beach or check out the Civil War-era East Martello Fort and Museum. Stop 10 is at the most famous location in Key West: the monument that marks the southernmost point in the US, just 90 miles (145km) from Cuba. The Old Town Trolley is the best way to savour Key West and its shops, cafés, galleries and beaches.
Meeting/pick-up point: The first stop is at Mallory Square – 30 Front Street.
Duration: 90 minutes.
Start/opening time: 9am with tours departing every 30 minutes or so.
End/closing time: 4.30pm.
Others: Passengers using wheelchairs can board or alight at only Mallory Square or 3491 N. Roosevelt Boulevard (Stop 6).