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- The history is very interesting and they have compiled an extensive array of artifacts from around the world. Small enough to be completed in an hour or two.Written January 16, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Spent the afternoon with friends tasting beers. We thoroughly enjoyed sampling the beer and the ones we thought we wouldn’t like we actually enjoyed. Outdoor seating was great!Written January 20, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We had a great visit here! We tasted beer and gin, then ordered cocktails and a pint which were all excellent. I highly recommend the Coconut Key Lime Blonde Ale and the gin and kombucha cocktail. Our server, Alex, was so friendly and fun. Thanks for an excellent visit. We will be back!Written January 22, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a great little geological park and an interesting part of the history of the FL Keys. The visitor’s center does a great job of telling the story of the railroad and the area. And the trails and quarry are interesting to see. The interpretive signs are good and explain things well. We really enjoyed it, and at only $2.50 per person admittance charge, it’s well worth a visit.Written January 28, 2023
- If the sand bar is too busy or you just want to hang on your boat, this is the place. Set you anchor, dive in, jump on your float, lay on your bow and just enjoy. Great for families.Written January 16, 2023
- We kayaked over and enjoyed the settlement history. I suggest a little research before visiting, but worth the excursion, especially in the blue waterWritten July 1, 2022
- You will find on display here a unique and wonderful selection of handcrafted plates, coffee/tea mugs, trivets, copper wall hangings, and artwork, many of which are made by local artists and artisans. There is an indoor gallery as well as a selection outdoors. If you are lucky you will meet a peacock during your visit, or perhaps come across a napping cat. Shopping here is always a pleasant experience. The staff is helpful but not intrusive, and don't be surprised if you find more than one item that entices you to bring it home!Written December 5, 2022
- You can support local artisans here with a purchase and have something memorable to take home. They have other items too.Written January 16, 2023
- Some of the local artisans showcase their artwork and items, a lot of touristy imported things. Worth the stop if only to get a photo with Betsy the Giant Lobster.Written January 16, 2023
- Interesting monument. Several years ago, there was a book ‘the storm of the century’ which was about this 1935 hurricane.Written January 20, 2021
- Nice, quiet and worth the visit. Always a great view and great breeze. We will go back next time. a good stop to make.Written October 18, 2022
- We are constantly amazed by the beautiful work and awesome talent Michelle has. Her paintings of local sea life, flowers and birds are beautiful, colorful and realistic. We have purchased several of her works that hang in our house in Hilton Head.Written March 8, 2022
- We've used the beach here and it's clean and well protected from large fish and sharks ... so definitely a peace of mind spot for parents with small children.
This visit was one with our boat, and we needed a convenient ramp that was close to the house we rented. The ramp fee is $20 for each use. There is only one ramp HOWEVER the bonus here is that they have convenient trash bins available to offload your garbage at the end of the day. Plus there is plenty of dock space to tie up to and refuel. Not a location if you are looking for necessities or bait.Written May 25, 2022
- It is very interesting to learn of the industry, early civilizations and development of the Florida Keys. The museum is well done with in-depth information surrounding each of these topics along with artifacts from each era.Written January 16, 2023
- Lignumvitae Key is located Islamorada, you need a boat to get there. Part of the fun is seeing all the sealife. View all the flora and fauna, birds and wildlife. Because of the pandemic everything is Covid 19 clean, social distancing, masks. The Park has lots to see and due, facilities, rentals.Written November 1, 2020
Frequently Asked Questions about Islamorada
- The best day trips from Islamorada according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Full Day Tour from Islamorada or Key Largo to Key West & return
- Private Full-Day Tour of Florida Keys from Miami Key Largo to Key West
- Key Largo and Islamorada Private Tour by Cabriolet Bus
- The most popular things to do in Islamorada with children according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Bluewater Adventure The Keys
- A Family Fun Boat Tour Company
- Sea Horse Private Charters
- Edelweiss Keys Snorkeling and Eco Tours
- AquaBlue Adventures Boat Charters & Tours
Islamorada Attractions Information
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