Duval Street

Named for William Pope Duval, the first territorial governor of Florida, Duval Street is the main commercial thoroughfare in Key West. Duval Street stretches 1.25 miles from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean.

Opening its doors in 1926, the La Concha Hotel is the tallest building in Key West.

The Southernmost House was built in 1897 by Judge Vinning Harris and wife Florida Curry. Thomas Edison oversaw the building’s electrical design and installation.

The Duval Street Pocket Park.

The Ponce De Leon Fishing Pier.

The Southernmost Point Guest House is a bed and breakfast located in a residence that was built in 1894 by Eduardo Hidalgo Gato, Sr. Gato was a successful cigar maker.

The current St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at Duval and Eaton Streets was completed in 1919.

Key West Theater is located at 512 Eaton Street. The building was originally built as the First Baptist Church of Key West in 1848.

Historic Seaport

The historic seaport has served as the maritime base of Key West for more than two centuries. Over time, it has served as a base of operations for yesteryear’s spongers, fishermen, shrimpers and turtle traders. The historic working waterfront is now home to restaurants, shops, bars and other venues.

The Conch Republic Seafood Company is a restaurant and fish house occupying a fish house and ice plant built by Booty Singleton years ago to process Key West Pink Shrimp.