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Key West Museum Tour Excursion Reviews

Key West Museum Tour cruise excursion
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View treasures salvaged from the 17th-century shipwreck at the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum or look at nearly two centuries of black history at the Lofton B. Sands African-Bahama Museum -- two of tourists' favorite museums in Key West.
Member Image F18Pilot
3 reviews
Oct 2014

Visited the Shipwreck Museum which is at the beginning of Whitehead St. He enjoyed it. It is small, but had some nice stuff and a guide who is dressed in character as Asa Tift (builder and original owner of the Hemingway mansion) who was in the shipwreck salvage business. The best part is climbing the stairs to the crow’s nest and viewing Key West from above!

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Provider: Shipwreck Museum
Member Image Sambo1949
1 review
Jan 2013
Loved the beach, and Arthur with city tour very interesting and he was great . Pricing ok .
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Provider: Carnival Cruise Lines
Member Image SADIEWHITE
1 review
Nov 2012
Mel Fisher Museum, was pretty empty as far as displays, I was there 15 years ago and there were at least twice as many exhibits. Told by the cashier, the exhibits had been removed by the investors. Disappointing.
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Provider: Holland America Line
Member Image Dolfan2681
1 review
Feb 2012
We did not pay to do the tour because we only wanted to climb the tower to see the beautiful views of key west. We did pass a tour group and it seemed pretty cheesy. The views from the top of the tower were more than worth it. We were just about the highest point in Key West. There is also a live web cam at the top that you can give your family/friends the website to for a quick wave hello.
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Provider: Carnival Cruise Lines
Member Image nolaphile
1 review
Feb 2012
Truman's White House was ok. Lots to learn. Not good for kids-too long and too many things to not touch.
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Provider: Disney Cruise Line

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