Islamorada attractions

Top Choice Museum in Islamorada

Florida Keys History of Diving Museum

You can’t miss the diving museum – it’s the building with the enormous mural of whale sharks on the side. The journey into the undersea covers 4000 years, with fascinating pieces like the 1797 Klingert's copper kett…
State Park in Islamorada

Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Site

To get his railroad built across the islands, Henry Flagler had to quarry out some sizable chunks of the Keys. The best evidence of those efforts can be found at this former quarry-turned-state park. Windley has lef…
Beach in Islamorada

Anne's Beach

Anne’s is one of the best beaches in these parts. The small ribbon of sand opens upon a sky-bright stretch of tidal flats and a green tunnel of hammock and wetland. Nearby mudflats are a joy to get stuck in, and wil…
Island in Islamorada

Indian Key Historic State Park

This quiet island was once a thriving city, complete with a warehouse, docks, streets, a hotel and about 40 to 50 permanent residents. There’s not much left at the historic site – just the foundation, some cisterns …
Island in Islamorada

Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park

This key, only accessible by boat, encompasses a 280-acre island of virgin tropical forest and is home to roughly a zillion jillion mosquitoes. The official attraction is the 1919 Matheson House, with its windmill a…
Arts Center in Islamorada

Rain Barrel Sculpture Gallery

Once you see the giant lobster, you know you've arrived. Welcome to the Rain Barrel, Islamorada’s local artists’ village, which is packed with souvenir-y tourist tat, island-themed artwork, pottery, glassworks, wood…
Park in Islamorada

Founders Park

This 40-acre site has a small but lovely sandy beach, with calm waters flanked by mangroves at opposite sides. There's also a playground (pirate-themed), tennis and basketball courts, a mile-long jogging trail and a…