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- 98%Local Culture
- 87%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 75%Art & Design Lovers
- 75%Family Travelers
- 75%Budget Travelers
- 63%History Buffs
- 63%Adventure Travelers
Member Reviews (51)
- Mallory SquareJan 22, 2014
Mallory Square is located in the heart of Old Town, near Duval St. It's full of shops, historical monuments, museums, restaurants/bars and don't forget our infamous "Nightly Sunset Celebration". It's 5 miles from our condo and a must see while your visiting.
- Mallory SquareMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 10Dec 04, 2013
No better a place I have seen for public than this!! Evening is a must go here.. One of the best places to watch sunset and of course parking is a problem here ..
- Mallory SquareOct 10, 2013
Enjoy Key West's famous sunsets accompanied by local entertainers, local art work and crafts for sale, and a few restaurants where you can enjoy a nice dinner with the panoramic sunset views.
- Mallory SquareJun 26, 2013
This is a must for all vacationers. You can spend the day in Key West enjoying all the shops and restaurants. The aquarium and musuem are all within walking distance. At sunset there are many vendors performing various acts that are always entertaining. There is also many vendors selling hand made items of all kinds, drink stands, etc. Definitely a fun place for most everyone.
- Mallory SquareJun 02, 2013
Each evening, about two hours before sunset, flocks of people gather at Key West's Mallory Square to watch the sun slowly sink into the Gulf of Mexico and to revel in the colorful street performers, local artists, psychics and food vendors who have made key West's Sunset Celebration a world-famous, multicultural happening. It you're really lucky you may even witness the rare "Green Flash."
- Mallory SquareMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 7May 09, 2013
Besides the large number of stores and artisan goods, the sunset really was a memorable sight. People lined the pier edge to watch the perfect sight of the sun disappear below the horizon, and it was beautiful. There were a number of street performers and musicians, too. Very casual and laid-back, it's a great place for a long walk.