Key Colony Beach Attractions (6)
Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters
Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters is your home for the most interactive Florida Keys Aquarium experience. Join us for daily shark feedings and swim among the fish on our coral reef. You can even pet a stingray in our stingray encounter!
Sombrero Beach is a beautiful park and beach. In 2001 the City redeveloped Sombrero Beach to include total handicap accessibility. A lovely sandy beach on the Atlantic Ocean frames a shady park with picnic pavilions, volleyball courts, restrooms and showers. Sombrero Beach is a turtle nesting beach. From April through October it is not unusual to have Loggerhead Turtles (primarily) coming on to the beach at night to lay their eggs.
The Turtle Hospital
The Turtle Hospital is a small non-profit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation of endangered sea turtles, and is entirely supported by the interest and generosity of people like you.
Dolphin Research Center
Dolphin Research Center is a nonprofit education and research facility. Home to a family of dolphins and sea lions, they offer fun-filled narrated behavior sessions and educational presentations every half an hour.
Crane Point Museum
Crane Point Museum, Nature Center and Historic Site is a non-profit natural history museum and nature center located in the City of Marathon on Key Vaca, in the heart of the Florida Keys in Monroe County, Florida, United States.
Visitors to Pigeon Key venture back in time to a tiny island that played a tremendous role in the Florida Keys of today. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this five-acre property served as a home base for railroad workers erecting and later operating the final installment of Henry M. Flagler's Key West Extension of the Florida East Coast (FEC) Railway: the Old Seven-Mile Bridge. Gift Shop and Ferry Departure: Located at Mile Marker 47 --Look for the Bright Red Train Car! Open Daily, 9:30am-4pm