FREE THINGS TO DO IN THE FLORIDA KEYS
Visit John Pennekamp State Park
John Pennekamp was established in 1963 and was the first underwater park in the United States. There are plenty of free things that you can do at the beach including swimming, picnicing, and suntanning on the beach.
Other optional activities include snorkelling and scuba diving tours, glass bottom boat rides, boat rentals, and kayak and paddleboard rentals.
Note: Park charges a small fee per car or pedestrian.
Drive the 7 mile bridge
The 7 mile bridge is a scenic highway drive that crosses over 42 bridges. It is one of the most beautiful drives in Florida. If you don't have a car, walking and biking are also options.
Explore Duval Street
Whether you are old or young, there is something for everyone to see on Duval Street. The World famous street has dozens of restaurants and bars, as well as shops, museums, and art galleries.
Depending on the time of year you will find many festivals that take place on Duval Street. It is also known for its crazy and exciting nightlife!
Discover Mallory Square
If you're looking for a good time, Mallory Square is the place to find it. Here you will find a variety of shops, live entertainment, theaters, museums, and restaurants.
Tour the Fort Martello Tower
Located at the Southernmost point, the West Martello Tower is a civil war Fort that began in 1863. When you visit you can explore the fort, or walk through the Fort Martello Gardens.
The Eco-Discovery center is a free museum and sanctuary where you can explore corals, plants, shipwrecks, and much more!
Grab a bite at the Pilot House in Key Largo
The Pilot house is a unique restaurant that offers live entertainment and a glass bottom bar!
Fort Zachary Taylor State Park
A 54 acre park, Fort Zachary Taylor is a historical stop that allows for self guided tours. Alongside the Fort, the park also offers opportunities for beaching, swimming, biking, and nature trailing.
A small entrance fee may apply