Conch Tour Train

Conch Tour Train (HTA-158)

Our Conch Tour Train is a true legacy to Henry Flagler’s “Railway over the Sea.” Our 90-minutes tour takes you through Key West in the same style Mr. Flagler’s train would have many years ago. In fact the Conch Train Tour had its first ride in 1958.

Let our experienced guides tell you all about Henry Flagler, the cigar barons, sponge magnets, pirates, shipwrecks, and so much more. Key West is home to so much rich history from when the first Spanish settlers came ashore to WWII all the way through to when Key West tried to secede from the union which resulted in our island getting the nickname of “The Conch Republic.”

Come join us on this delightful trip and relax in paradise on the Conch Tour Train.

Pricing: Adults are $23.80, Children ages 4-12 are $14.18, Children under age 4 ride free.

You may also like the Old Town Trolley Tour.

Pricing: $28.30 per adult, Children ages 4 – 12 are $14.18. Children under age 4 are free.

Dress: Casual

Duration: Tour is 90 minutes long – additional riding throughout the day

Activity Level: Low

Items Included: The Hemingway Rum Company Distillery Tour is included FREE with your Conch Tour Train Ticket

Restrictions: None

Departure Times: 9:00 AM through 4:30 PM, departing every 30 minutes

The Hemingway Rum Company Distillery Tour: Open daily: Mon-Sat 10:00am-6:00pm; Sun 11:00am-6:00pm. GUIDED TOURS at the top of the hour: first tour begins at 11:00am and last tour at 5:00pm.

Additional Notes: Ticket is good for one year from purchase. Seating is first come first serve. Boarding is every 30 minutes.

This tour makes a stop at Truval Village close to Southernmost Point, Hemingway Museum, The Butterfly Conservatory, The Lighthouse, and the Star of the Sea Grotto. You can get off and board a different train to return.

Without an e-Ticket voucher you must go to either the Conch Train Depot or Truval Village location with invoice order number. Conch Tour Train Tickets purchased online can be used any day. Parking is available at Mallory Square or The Westin Parking garage.
Assistance animals, such as seeing-eye dogs, are the only animals that are allowed on board the train.