Conch Tour Train in Key West, FL

Historic Tours of AmericaConch Train Depot-Mallory SquareKey West, FL 33040
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The Conch Tour Train has entertained over 10 million visitors to Key West for over 50 years. Relive over 500 years of history on the world famous Conch Tour Train with tales of pirates, wreckers, Indians and the Civil War. The Conch Tour Train’s 90 minute tour covers Old Town, the Historic District, Duval Street, the Hemingway House, the Key West Aquarium, the Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum, Southernmost Point and the historic waterfront. Since 1958, the Conch Tour Train has delighted guests of all ages with its colorful narrative, unusual historical facts, and beautiful island scenery.

OPERATING HOURS: Open 364 days a year, Closed the last Saturday in October due to Fantasy Fest

TOUR TIMES: Tour departs every 30 minutes Departure locations are Mallory Square, Flagler Station, and Truval Depot

TOUR LENGTH: 90 minutes

Conch Tour Train Gift Shop (501 Front Street)
Flagler Station & Historic
Seaport (901 Caroline Street)
Truval Depot (500 Truman Ave)

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Carol M
"Whether First or Eleventh--a Great Time!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 15, 2019 NEW
Skipper, driving #97, was both informative and lively as she showed off the sights of beautiful, quaint old Key West. Although it may have been my 11th time on the tour, my friend had never been before, and she thought it was both informative and a great deal of fun!
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Biggar, United Kingdom
"Good overview of Key West"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 15, 2019 NEW
This train tour is a great way to find your way around the area and get some great information from the driver. Over driver (George) was really informative and told us a lot about the history of Key West. Only issue for me was lack of leg room (but I am 6' 3") and it's a little bumpy.
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Lorna J
Aberdeen, South Dakota, United States
"Great Way to Get Overview of Key West"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 10, 2019 NEW
Great way to get the history of Key West! Bought tickets on the Key West Express. You can get off and get on the train throughout the day. We took the tour and then used the train to get around. Justin was our tour guide and did a great job.
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Coconut Creek, Florida
"Excellent introduction to history and lore of Key West but hard to hear"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed February 09, 2019 NEW
The Conch Tour is an excellent was to get an overall view of Key West. The narrators are extremely well informed with the history and the lore. The problem that I have is "hearing" all of the spoken word of the narrators. I get about half of the information. The other is that we were there at the moment that a cruise ship of 3,000 tourists unloaded the tourists. There were long lines and everyone was squished into the seats. We had our 3 1/2 and 6 year old grandchildren with us. It was a nice ride but they had difficulty seeing out of the train or hearing anything. (Maybe we would have been better off in the bus where they would have been high up looking down.) We got off for lunch at the Flager Museum Stop and the Conch Tour guide gave us a recommendation for an excellent seafood restaurant.
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Terri S
Succasunna, New Jersey
"A fun time."
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed February 07, 2019 NEW
This was a nice way to see Key West and rest your feet. It was entertaining and a fun way to see some sights you wouldn't typically see while walking around.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Conch Tour Train Key West

Where do the tours start?
Key West Tours begin at 303 Front Street. You can also begin your tour at our Flagler Station at 901 Caroline Street. If you board at this location, when you arrive in Mallory Square you will transfer to another vehicle to complete your train tour.

What time do the tours start and end each day?
Tours depart daily beginning at 9:00am from our Front Street location. The last tour departs Front Street at 4:30pm.

How often do your tours depart?
Train tours will depart at least every 30 minutes. If the vehicles fill sooner, they will leave sooner.

How long is your tour?
The Conch Tour Train is a 90-minute fully narrated tour of the historic area of the island.

Where do I park?
Parking on a 2 mile by 4 mile island can be difficult. Below is parking, please note these are not run by Conch Train Tour and pricing subject to change:

Mallory Square parking lot
Address: 412 Wall Street -
$4/hour ; $32/day maximum

Westin Resort & Marina
Address: 245 Front Street -
$4/hour ; $32/day maximum

Can I bring my stroller on board the train?
Yes, we can accommodate strollers but they must be collapsible and will be stored up front with the conductor. Strollers in the aisle ways would constitute a safety hazard.

Are the trains wheelchair accessible?
Yes, we do have some trains with ramps that can accommodate scooters and/or wheelchairs. We are happy to provide this service, but ask for a few small accommodations to allow us to do so with the utmost safety and minimal impact on other guests utilizing our service.
We request that you give us as much notice as possible as to your arrival date and the time you’d like to take the tour (24 hours preferred). This will assure that a properly equipped vehicle will be made available for your use. Please arrive at Mallory Square location at 302 Front Street no less than 15 minutes prior to your departure time so that we can accomplish the loading process smoothly and safely.

Are pets allowed on your trains?
Assistance animals, such as seeing-eye dogs, are the only animals that are allowed on board the trains.