See the best of Key West on the train tour that’s been entertaining visitors to the island city since 1958.
The Conch Train is one of Florida’s most popular attractions, and for a good reason. The expert ‘engineers’ and friendly staff have delighted over 15 million guests with legends such as Ernest Hemingway and lores of this charming tropical paradise. Your tour of Key West will give you a Conch’s eye view of all the wonderful Key West attractions. No Key West vacation is complete without The World Famous Conch Tour Train.
What You’ll Discover
This Key West tour begins at the Front Street Depot and ends right behind it in Mallory Square. Once you have your ticket, climb on board and take your seat, as you are about to embark on a terrific 90-minute journey through time. During the tour, the train will make one loop through Old Town Key West.
There are three stop: One is at Station Depot, allowing for a 10 minute rest break where you will find refreshments and shopping. Bring your ice cream and homemade fudge back on board to continue your tour. The second stop is at Truval Village, located at the corner of Duval Street and Truman Avenue.
From Truval Village you are just minutes away from the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, the Key West Lighthouse, the Southernmost Point, the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory and the many fine art galleries, shops and restaurants of upper Duval Street. The third stop is at Flagler Station.
The second stop is also where those who wish to can disembark to see the sights of the Historic Key West Seaport and choose to catch a later train.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I park?
Parking on a 2 mile by 4 mile island can be difficult. We offer complimentary parking at 3840 North Roosevelt Blvd, along with a shuttle to take you downtown to begin your tour. The last shuttle back to your car is at 6:30pm.
The city Old Town Garage is located at the corner of Grinnell Street and Caroline Street, directly across from the Flagler Station Historeum. There are private parking lots and on-street metered parking throughout the city.
Where do I board the Conch Tour Train?
The best place to board the train is at Front Street; you may also board at Truval Village or Flagler station if there are still seats available. If you are closest to the Roosevelt Depot, you can take advantage of our complimentary transportation down to the Station Depot, then just walk up the block to Front Street to begin your tour.
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