It is a small place but very informative. It has nice exhibits and it is FREE! Allow yourselves 2 hours and enjoy all it has to offer. My kids enjoyed it and it was fun!
About Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center
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There are so many intricate details to the Florida ecosystems that many people don't get to learn in the classroom that we learned through this exhibit. My boyfriend and I loved interacting with map that is right in front of the info/security desk. After reading...More
Great stop on the way to or from Fort Taylor. Florida Keys ecosystems are pretty spectacular and are well displayed here. Best part is the film "Reflections of the Florida Keys". Most folks learn best when they don't know they're learning. Just put on the...More
Great place to spend a couple of hours. Lots to see and they have a theater with shows to watch and a nice little gift shop, too
Provides a colorful and instructive introduction to Florida Keys marine life, from nearshore to the reef. The short film that runs continuously is beautiful.... especially the real-life mermaid free-diver featured in the film.
This is a free admission place that is full of interesting things to see and learn about the coastal waters of Key West. It's not very big so it's good to combine with brunch nearby and a visit to the coast guard ship nearby as...More
We found out about this attraction almost by chance and, since we've done about everything else we really cared to in Key West, decided to check it out. We spent over 2 hours here and found it to be really fascinating. The information about the...More
This place was good for learning about the Keys ecosystem, but DO NOT expect big aquariums with lots of fish and marine life to look at/ interact with. 97% of this place is only pictures of wildlife and the corresponding info on display next to...More
The Eco-Discovery Center is a great stop on your way to Fort Zachery State Park. Through a short movie, a 3-D video, and numerous exhibits you are taken under the sea and experience the many life forms that inhabit the coral reefs. Made us want...More