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Bathtub Beach
Hutchinson Island
Live reef formed by Sabellarid ( honeycomb) worms which are rare and vital to the ecosystem. Bathtub Beach is one of three places in the world where these reefs occur naturally. 
South end of Hutchinson Island-1585 SE. MacArthur Blvd.
Exhibits Trace Man's Quest to Explore Beneath the Sea
2990 Overseas Hwy
Robbie's Tarpon Feeding
Feed Schools of Tarpon Swimming in the Clear Depths Beneath the Pier at this Marina
MIle Marker  77.5
Kingsley Plantation
Dating from 1791, The Oldest Mansion in Florida . Cotton Plantation with More Than 250 slaves. Located On the Northern Tip of Fort George Island. 
John Pennekamp Underwater Park
Key Largo
The First Undersea Park in the U.S. Spanning  70 Nautical Square Miles with Tropical Hammocks and Mangrove Swamps. Snorkeling Scuba, Glass-Bottom Boat.          Mile Marker 102.5   Key Largo,
Heritage Village
Key Largo
21 Acre Living History Museum  Reflects  19th Century  SW Florida Life With More Than 25 Restored Structures Demonstrations Include Pine Needle Weaving and Blacksmithing.
11909 125th Street
Wrecker's Museum
Key West
A 19th Century Ship Captain's Home Reflects Key West's Golden Age of Salvaging Sunken Vessels - With Artifacts, Documents and Model Ships.                                
322 Duval Street
Key West Lighthouse Museum
Key West
Climb to the Top of This 46' Tower Built in 1847 - Restored Innkeeper's House Displays  Photos and Artifacts
938 Whitehead Street
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