5. Key West Guided E-Bike Tour
Experience the best of Old Town Key West on an "Ez" tour, uncovering its historical gems and iconic locations like the Hemingway House, Ft. Zachary Taylor State Park, Truman House, Southernmost Point Buoy, and more, all in one 3-hour tour with optional helmets, water bottles, and a souvenir bag. It's an immersive journey through history and nature, perfect for those seeking a delightful Key West adventure. 1: Start off your day by meeting your knowledgeable tour guide at Fitzpatrick location. 2. Once you've met your guide, you'll have the opportunity to rent a comfortable, well-maintained bicycle suitable for the tour. Make sure to choose one that suits your size and preferences. 3. Start your journey at Mallory Square, a vibrant and historic area known for its sunset celebrations and street performances. Your guide will provide an introduction to Key West's history and its significance in maritime trade and culture. Truman Little White House: 4. Pedal over to the Truman Little White House, the former winter residence of President Harry S. Truman. Learn about its role in U.S. history and the notable figures who visited the house. Duval Street: 5. Cruise down iconic Duval Street, known for its lively atmosphere, shops, and restaurants. Your guide will point out significant landmarks and share stories about the street's history. Hemingway Home and Museum: 6. Visit the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum, where the famous author lived and wrote some of his most famous works. Explore the lush gardens and learn about Hemingway's time in Key West. Southernmost Point: 7. Cycle to the Southernmost Point in the continental United States marker, a popular photo spot. Your guide will explain its significance and provide insights into Key West's geographical location. Key West Lighthouse: 8. Climb the Key West Lighthouse and learn about its role in maritime history. You'll also visit the Keeper's Quarters and enjoy panoramic views of the island. Fort Zachary Taylor State Park: 9. Continue your ride to Fort Zachary Taylor State Park, where you can explore the historic Civil War-era fort, relax on the beach, and learn about its military history. Key West Cemetery: 10. Take a brief stop at the Key West Cemetery to discover its unique gravestones and quirky epitaphs. Your guide may share interesting stories about some of the notable residents. 11. Return to the starting point, where your bike tour concludes. Feel free to ask any remaining questions and express your gratitude to your guide. Throughout the tour, your guide will provide fascinating historical anecdotes, fun facts, and insights into Key West's unique culture. Don't forget to wear comfortable clothing, sunscreen, and bring water to stay hydrated during your leisurely bike tour of Old Town Key West's historical landmarks. Enjoy your journey through this charming and historic city!