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Key West "Hop-On Hop-Off" Trolley Tour of Key West, Florida

Shopping in Key West
Enjoy shopping for fun gifts and souvenirs. Ride a pedicab to your favorite shops and experience a fun ride around town. Get an overview of Key West's shops on the Conch Tour Train. Or take the Old Town "Hop-On Hop-Off" Trolley Tour and see Key West at your own pace — get on and off at any of the stops along the way.

Hot Key West Shopping Spots
Fast Buck Freddie's is one of Key West's most popular shops with visitors and locals alike. The internationally-acclaimed department store has a great selection of fun gifts, island shirts and t-shirts, gag-gifts and Key West souvenirs.

Peppers of Key West is another popular "must-see" shopping venue — famous for its large variety of hot sauces. You won't believe how many varieties they offer! Choose from Caribbean-Style, Hot Sauces, Insanely Hot Sauces, Key West Stuff, New Products, Favorites... in addition to Salsas & Wings, BBQ Jerk and Grillin', Condiments, Rubs, Spices & Dried Peppers, for Cocktails & Bloody Marys, Hot Jellies & Sweets, Smokin' Snacks, For Your Home, Books, Posters & CDs... and a whole lot more!

Bahama Village & Flea Market
Bahama Village is located southwest of downtown, in Old Town. The entrance to the village (on Petronia) has the Flea Market. Shop for souvenirs and local crafts.

Pedicabs & Fun Specialty Tours
Pedicabs are very popular in Key West — they're a fun way to get around town. Perfect Pedicabs offers a variety of fun specialty tours, including Historical Tours, Architectural Tours, Mystery Tours... you can even create your own Custom Tour.


Pelican Poop Shoppe
Don't let its unique name put your off. Pelican Poop Shoppe is one of Key West's most popular souvenir and gift shops. Visitors can find a variety of handmade products from all over the Caribbean.

The shop is housed in a historic building, The Casa Antigua, which was built in 1919. Out back, there's a secret tropical garden, filled with beautiful flowers and plants — it sits under the famous apartment where Ernest Hemmingway wrote "For Whom The Bell Tolls" with his favorite drink in hand... a Mojito!

Conch Tour Train
Conch Tour Train

Conch Tour Train in Key West, Florida


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