Conch Tour Train
Experience the best of Key West on the famous Conch Tour Train! One of Florida’s most popular attractions, the Conch Tour Train has been entertaining visitors to the ‘Island City’ for decades. Learn about the history of the train, a tribute to Henry Flagler's engineering miracle when he brought the railroad to Key West in 1912, and explore this charming tropical paradise on a leisurely train ride around the island!
Ride Key West’s Conch Tour Train, a proud tribute to Henry Flagler's engineering miracle in the early 1900s when he brought the first railroad to the Florida island! Travel back through time as you explore the lush, tropical island. Learn about the ‘Conch’ – the first settlers and long-time residents of Key West – and hear about important historical figures who became captivated by the island, such as John James Audubon, Ernest Hemingway and Harry S Truman.
From bold Spanish explorers to the great cigar barons, you’ll be transported back to the exciting railroad days of the early 1900s – there’s so much to see and learn on the Conch Tour Train!
Select a month to view a calendar of availability and departure details.
Board train at Mallory Station
Click the link below to check pricing & availability on your preferred travel date. Our pricing is constantly updated to ensure you always receive the lowest price possible.
Conch Tour Train
- Narrated train ride tour
- Local taxes
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Parking is available at Mallory Square or Hilton Parking garage
- Children up to 12 years travel FREE - bring the family!
Reviewed by: Lorraine S, May 2014
Reviewed by: Roy C, March 2014
We had a great time on the Conch Tour Train. I had not been in Key West in many years so it was exciting to see all of the changes. "Hank" our driver was very knowledgable about the city and made the trip a lot of fun. I would highly recommend this trip, expecially since you could "hop on and off" when you wanted. We were there (my husband and I) with my daughter and husband and my two grandsons on St. Patty's Day!