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What travellers are saying
- Loved this place! So many different vintage dive helmets, the lady working there was lovely and the giftshop was great! So nice when you find an homage to diving and like-minded people. The outside decor is also great! Love the whaleshark mural and diver mailbox!
Wish I lived closer to go to the events, keep doing what you're doing! <3Written 17 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Timmy is amazing. He asked what I normally drink and gave me an amazing selection. 1st time in the Keys and gave some great recommendations. He deserves a huge raise. Great job Timmy.Written 18 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Super cute place with live music on their patio. Beer was good. Atmosphere was really nice. The whole area was Ute with shops around it and a food truck outside.Written 26 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My family and I love going here. You see so many fish. It’s beautiful. The water is so clear. Growing up we would come here all the time.Written 6 November 2023
- Very nice gallery and garden. I'm sorry I didn't buy anything but didn't want to lay shipping (my problem!) Very interesting artist/ owner. I enjoyed meeting him & Princess the cat. Garden is lovely too!Written 31 March 2023
- If you like nature trails, self-guided tours, and a splash of history, this is the perfect park for you. Your trivial admission fee includes loan of an interpretive guidebook with information on about a hundred numbered markers throughout the park. There are three main trails which are all relatively short. We walked them all in about an hour and a half. Lot of information on the vegetation and how the plants have been (and still are) used. The exposed coral quarry walls really give you a sense of how much geologic time has passed before this area was uplifted.Written 23 November 2023
- Cute shop. Variety of items to buy. - artwork,clothes. Etc. Very worth the trip
Likes the glasswork. Need a minimum of 100Written 2 July 2023
- I'm sure this is a very busy spot on the weekends as there are swimming pools and I think a soccer field in addition to the beach area. You can pack a picnic lunch and spend the day if the weather's on your side. A walk in swimmable beach area - actually saw a manta ray & a nurse shark though the high winds hampered visibility for our entire trip. Bring your water shoes!!Written 11 November 2023
- Kayaked or if Robbies. The island is stunning and the history great. I downloaded the walking tour and it was very informative.
The views from the island are wonderful.
Enjoy the trip over so peaceful.Written 12 March 2023
- Interesting monument. Several years ago, there was a book ‘the storm of the century’ which was about this 1935 hurricane.Written 20 January 2021
- A liitle hard to find the place but realized that you had to go into the Islander Resort parking lot before getting to the museum.
The museum covers the history of the Islamorada area and has two movies on the subject. One is the Henry Flagler railroad story and the other is the 1935 Memorial Day hurricane.
Now my husband and I listened to a history of this hurricane at the Custom’s House in Key West but it does not delve into the personal tragedies nearly to the extent as this movie. The video was made in 1997 and is told by the last still living survivors up to that point. Their stories really drive home how horrific this storm was and shows the toughness and resilience if these people who came through it. It was truely a moving experience to watch.
On the main floor the exhibits take you back to pre-colonial days up to the twentieth century and there were actual relics ranging from old spainish couns to a full size cannon. There display are interactive as well. Upon entering you are greeted by some lovely aquariums to see beautiful tropical fish.
The woman who greeted us was charming and chatted with us awhile.
This was a nice way to spend a couple of hours .Written 3 August 2023
- There are about five different little gift shops in this small off-road spot. A little of everything kind of place. Some of the workers were less than friendly while others were great. We especially liked The Tipsy Octopus. Only an outhouse FYI.Written 15 November 2023
- Michelle captures the beauty of Islamorada's underwater life like no other. The expressions, color and detail are amazing. I'd highly recommend stoping by.Written 5 July 2023
- Nice, quiet and worth the visit. Always a great view and great breeze. We will go back next time. a good stop to make.Written 18 October 2022
- Stretch of narrow beach area with shallow waters with many picnic areas. There are many areas where you could have your own private beach! The sand is almost all wet, so chairs would be beneficial and you can hear the highway noise right behind, but overall it was nice.Written 26 November 2023
Frequently Asked Questions about Islamorada
- The best day trips from Islamorada according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Ultimate Florida Self Guided Driving Audio Tour Bundle
- Ft. Lauderdale to Key West Bus Tour w/ 6 hours of free time in KW
- Private Full-Day Tour of Florida Keys from Miami Key Largo to Key West
- Private 12-hour Tour to Key Largo and Isla Morada from Miami Dade
- 12hr Private Tour to The Keys & Key West Islamorada Key Largo
- The most popular things to do in Islamorada with children according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Bluewater Adventure The Keys
- A Family Fun Boat Tour Company
- Sea Horse Private Charters
- Edelweiss Keys Snorkeling and Eco Tours
- AquaBlue Adventures Boat Charters & Tours