What To Expect
Henry Flagler's railroad arrived in Key West on September 22, 1912 and the Island City was changed forever. The Conch Tour Train is proud to be the legacy of Flagler's engineering miracle.
Join The Conch Tour Train on a 'train ride' through time. Be taken back to the days before civilization when fierce Indians left their enemy's bones to bleach in a tropical wilderness naming the island Bone Key. Explore a lush, tropical island, and discover the charm and grace of one of America's most unique architectural pleasures. Get to know characters like John James Audubon, Ernest Hemingway, and Harry S. Truman and, like them, become captivated by the magic that is Key West. There's a stop at Truval Village close to Southernmost Point, Hemingway Museum, The Butterfly Conservatory, The Lighthouse, and the Star of the Sea Grotto. You can get off and board a different train to return.
From bold Spanish explorers and brave 'Wreckers' to the great cigar barons and sponge magnets... The Conch Tour Train will transport you from the golden age of settlement through the exciting railroad days, the depression and WWII. There's much to see and learn.
Truval Village close to Southernmost Point
The Butterfly Conservatory
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Children 12 years old and below are free of charge.
Reservations are not required and seating is first come, first seated basis.
Passengers can get off and board a different train to return.
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