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A world-class museum featuring interactive exhibits delving into Florida Keys history, aquariums exploring the Florida Reef, Corals, and the invasive Lionfish, a 35-seat movie theater, and research library.
Hours Today: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Overseas Highway MM 82 by Islander Resort, Islamorada, FL 33036
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One day during our trip to the Keys it rained. We looked for something to do indoors and found this place. It was great. Don’t wait for a rainy day just go. The place is like new and very nice. We were greeted by a...More
This is very good museum that is both fun and instructional. The audio-visuals helped tie everything together. The aquariums were stunning and so well maintained. I suppose the theater was my favorite. I learned so very much about the Keys. And the docent there was...More
This is a relatively small museum, but very well done. We didn’t allow enough time to see everything, especially the movies. There are 4 or 5 movies that tell different stories about the keys. We watched one about the building of the railroad - very...More
This museum is very nicely done. Lots to look at. We viewed 2 of their movies. One on hurricanes they have gone thru, and one on the building of the railroad. These were both very interesting, especially the railroad film, after seeing the railroad bridge...More
On the first floor, you will learn about The Keys' First People, Spanish influence, the wrecking and sport fishing industries, Henry Flagler, the pineapple industry, and tourism. You can also observe colorful fishes and other creatures found in The Keys' waters. All this is their...More
Interesting place! Learned some new information about the history of the Keys. Some of the interactive screens were pretty slow to work. The volunteer at the front desk was friendly and knowledgeable. Really liked the piece on how Robbie’s was started!