While many visitors come to Key West to enjoy all the spoils the ocean has to offer, but for those in between days when you prefer to have your feet firmly planted on the ground, there are a number of key west sightseeing tours suited to any number of tastes. The history of this fabulous little island city is long, fascinating, and full of intrigue. For the history buffs, there is no shortage of historical sites to explore. Spend an afternoon taking your very own key west sightseeing tour of all the iconic buildings that have made Key West so famous. Visit President Harry S. Truman’s Little White House, the site of several important and historical events that forever shaped the political landscape of the United States, including the Cuban Missile Crisis. For those interested in maritime history, Key West is the site of some of the most exciting, most tragic and most well known shipwrecks in the world. There is no where on earth that documents these wrecks as spectacularly as the Shipwreck Historeum. When your feet grow weary, consider taking the Conch Train, one of the most popular key west sightseeing tours. After delighting more than 10 million visitors over the last several decades, it will take you past the Ernest Hemingway house, Mallory Square, and Flagler Station. Spending the day out at sea is fun, but there is plenty of to explore on land, so get out there and take a wander!