Ever wanted to walk in the steps of Spanish Kings or brave explorers? Come do it here in Key West! Every nook and cranny in Old Key West tells a story, from the quaint palm-lined alleys, to the grandiose manor houses, to the bottom of the ocean floor, strewn with wrecks that once sailed gallantly in the waters of Key West. A beautiful blend of tin-roofed conch houses, and a landscape dotted with historical buildings like Ernest Hemingway’s Mansion, and Harry Truman’s Little White House are just a few points of interest that cause visitors from across the nation and around the world to flock to annually. Also home to a rich railroad tradition, it’s hard to believe Henry Flagler’s Over-the-Sea-Railroad landed here in 1912. The official philosophy of Key West is “One Human Family”, a philosophy that most certainly would not have been upheld all those years ago when this tiny island city was home to both the nation’s wealthiest and poorest. If you’re looking for the perfect vacation that combines a laid back island experience with history, mystery and intrigue, Key West is bursting with culture. Bring your camera, bring a journal and be prepared to get lost in the alleys of Old Town, because it’s here the history of Key West comes to life.