Nov 242018
 

The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservancy at 1316 Duval Street is one of the enchanting locations that will be visited and explored by revelers during the Friday, December 7, 2018 Holiday Historic Inn Tour. (Photo courtesy KeyWestHolidayFest.com)

During two enchanted Friday evenings, December 7 and 14, the annual Historic Holiday Inn Tours offer an opportunity for locals and visitors alike to immerse in the unique architecture and history of some of Key West’s most charming inns while making merry with tasty holiday treats and libation samplings. From 6:00pm to 8:00pm revelers may avail themselves of free trolley transportation or use their own bikes, trikes and motorized vehicles to travel to the various properties, enjoy self-guided tours, and delight in the island’s warm tropical holiday ambience.

Participating December 7 destinations are The Gardens Hotel, Island City House Hotel, Amsterdam’s Curry Mansion Inn, The Weather Station Inn, and Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory.

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December 14 destinations are Hemingway Rum Company Distillery, Old Town Manor, Wicker  Guesthouse, The Mermaid & The Alligator, Suite Dreams Inn, and Santa Maria Suites Resort.

Advance tickets are recommended and can be purchased by calling the Lodging Association at 305-296-4959 or at keystix.com. They will be available for pick-up after 5:00pm at each evenings first tour location – The Gardens Hotel on the 7th and the Hemingway Rum Company Distillery on the 14th. If not sold out in advance, tickets will also be available for walk-up guests the night of each tour at the first destination only.

Presented by First State Bank, Historic Tours of America, Margaritaville Key West Resort & Marina, Ocean Key Resort, The Lodging Association of the Florida Keys & Key West, and the Monroe County Tourist Development Council. For more information, contact the Lodging Association at 305-296-4959 or visit KeyWestHolidayFest.com.

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