This week we're featuring some of our favorite venues in the Florida Keys!
Photo Credit: Schooner Hindu
Schooner Hindu: At ninety years old, the Schooner Hindu is the oldest wooden schooner in Key West and sails out of the island from November until June each year; in July, August, and September, the vessel sails out of Provincetown on Cape Cod. It features "classic beauty, complemented by the gorgeous Key West scenery, provides the perfect backdrop for any occasion... "
Old Town Manor: Old Town Manor is a Key West wedding and event venue in its namesake Old Town of Key West, close to Duval Street. The venue features a "historic garden setting," where clients can "design your Key West destination wedding or commitment ceremony without the high cost and restrictions of hotels."
The Quarterdeck at Postcard Inn Beach Resort: The Quarterdeck at Postcard Inn Beach Resort is an Islamorada wedding and event venue situated on the second floor of the Postcard Inn Beach Resort. It is a 1,680 square foot space that provides guests with "floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the crystalline Atlantic Ocean."
The Custom House Museum: The Custom House Museum is a museum and venue located on Key West. Guests can "Enjoy the elegance and sophistication of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture, and the airy wrap-around porch with arched columns, overlooking the harbor in the heart of downtown Key West" at this beautiful venue, while inside, the venue features "vaulted ceilings, a grand staircase and galleries of changing exhibits of art and history."
Amara Cay Resort: This Islamorada venue features a variety of event spaces, from a beachfront to "poolside Sparrows Tiki Deck, which fits up to 20 guests. In Amara Cay Resort's "Glass Bowl" indoor meeting space, fitting up to 50 guests."
Kelly's Caribbean Bar, Grill, & Brewery: This Key West restaurant and event venue was the birthplace of Pan American Airlines and is the country's southernmost microbrewery. Kelly's Caribbean Bar, Grill, & Brewery features "classic beauty, complemented by the gorgeous Key West scenery," a red brick garden, French doors, and "our famous Crash Bar, Known for the Sikorsky seaplane plunging through the ceiling, provides patrons with a unique drinking surface, an airplane wing!!!"
East Martello Fort Museum & Gardens: East Martello Fort Museum & Gardens is a historic Key West museum and venue that overlooks the ocean. The venue features "arched brick corridors and central tower of this historic fort provide a magical setting for every event... a winding grass courtyard with eclectic sculptures surrounding the central look-out tower."
Key Largo Conch House: This Key Largo wedding and event venue is an "award-winning" restaurant. Key Largo Conch House is situated "in a wooded tropical setting," but even though "we are not waterfront, we cater and set up a wedding for you at most other beach locations from Key Largo to Islamorada."
Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden: This Key West garden venue is "filled with butterflies, birds, plants and beautiful flowers." At Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden, "the lush courtyard has a waterfall wall of tropical plants and below turtles happily show off their home." and visitors can "meander through a one-acre butterfly habitat with over 23 species discovered! Stroll through a lush canopy of tropical palms and trees. Discover the hidden pond and maybe get lucky enough to see a rare resident white-crowned pigeon or bald eagle!"
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