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Experience a little culture on your gaycation.
This historic building has served as the winter White House of President Truman and is now a public, living museum as well as a governmental retreat. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote here for more than ten years. And he had some crazy-footed pussies running around. A must see. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
Not that South Beach. But it is a warm sandy beach that’s a favorite with locals. The waters shallow, so you don’t even have to pretend to swim. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
This beach is man-made, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying the half mile of beach, bike paths, and a plethora of sports. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
This is a great place to chill out, as the name implies. There’s soft sand and natural vegetation. If you fish, come here to do it off the White Street Pier. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
This wide, sandy beach has a long wooden pier. If that’s not suggestive enough for you, they also have a variety of available watersports. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
Take one of the ghost tours and learn about Key West’s haunted past. If you dare. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
Not the “hey you, hop on” you might be wanting, but it’s fun nonetheless. This tour is a fabulous way to see the sights and meet other gays and lesbians. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
Also known as Elizabeth Taylor beach, cause it’s so gay. It’ll cost you, but it is arguably the best beach in Key West if you don’t mind rocks. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
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