Hands down, the thing to see at Mallory Square is Sunset Celebration—a festival of arts, crafts, food, and music. Entertainment is no joke to the Square's performers, who you'll find juggling pins and pedaling unicycles. Curious about your future travels? Palm readers will predict your next trip to Key West. And no visit is complete without a song from Roy, the one-man band who sings, strums a guitar, and fills his pan pipes with sweet sound. Rifle through racks of jewelry, tables stacked with wooden sculpture, and loads of food—chase down the cart with the conch fritters and key lime tea.

 
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Expert Review of Mallory Square

Romance Review of Mallory Square

Away Travel Expert: Eric Lindberg
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RomanceExpert Rating 5.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Anniversary,Honeymoon,Weekend Getaway
RomanceExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • For a better sunset photo, stay around for ten to 15 minutes after the sun dips below the horizon. The clouds turn pink and purple, the sky glows orange and red, and the sailboats in the foreground add the final touch to the picture-postcard view.
Yes, it's touristy and crowded. But sunset at Mallory Square is also a lot of fun, and one of those can't-miss Key West events. And what could be more romantic than watching the sun set from the tip of an island? Come early, buy a couple of frozen

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Address:
At Front St.
300 Duval St.
Key West, Florida 33040
Parking: Open 24/7


Visitor Information


Telephone Number: 800-868-7482
Neighborhood: Lower Keys
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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