Experience the best of Key West with Conch Tour Train that takes you through 400 years of history, excitement, and some family fun. As one of the best attractions in Florida, the Conch Tour Train has been entertaining visitors for many decades. Not only will the train take you on a guided tour of Key West history, but you’ll learn a lot of things about the island that makes it so special. Gray line offers Conch Train Tours combined withKey West Day Trips to show you the most of Key West. The history-filled tour is sure to delight every member of your group.
Visit beautiful Key West and enjoy the best of the island on the fully narrated Conch Train tour
Visit the beautiful Key West and enjoy the best of the town with a narrated tour on the Conch Train
The Conch Train Tour will take you through some of the best sites of Key West, where you’ll get to learn more about the history of the place. During the tour lasting about 75 to 90 minutes, the train will make stops allowing you to experience a variety of sites, stories, and entertainment that the city has to offer. From exploring the lush and tropical island to discovering stunning architectural pleasures, you’ll be mesmerized by the unique charm of Key West. You’ll be transported to the early age of settlement through the railroad days, World War II, and the depression. Guests can hop on and hop off the charming Conch train to explore the different attractions that interest them.
The Conch Train Tour starts from the Front Street Depot and ends at Mallory Square, taking one loop through the Old Town Key West. The tour is operational from 9 am to 4:30 am daily and leaves the station every half an hour.
Front Street Station – Shipwreck Treasure Museum, Key West Aquarium, Mallory Square Festival Market, Audubon House, Mel Fishers, Memorial Sculpture Garden, Little White House of Harry S. Truman, and Mallory Square sunset.
Truval Village – Lighthouse Museum, Hemingway House, Southernmost Point, Nature Conservatory, and Key West Butterfly.
Train Station Depot – Multiple Gift Shop, Ice Cream Shop, Bathrooms, and Duval Street.
Free Admission to Sails to Rails Museum: Yankee Freedom III Dry Tortugas National Park Ferry, Historic Seaport, Ferry Terminal, Schooner Western Union, Restaurants, and Various Shops.
You are free to re-board the train from any of the four train stops as long as you have your tickets. It allows you time to explore the different attractions, grab some memorable photos or get a bite.
On your next visit to Key West, include Conch Tour Train in your itinerary. If you want to cover everything in a short period of time, Conch Train Tour is a great option. Book your Conch Tour Train Key West on Gray line Miami online before they run out. You’ll also receive discounts for attractions, restaurants, and even shopping for great savings. So, just sit back and admire the uniqueness of Key West on the Conch Tour Train!