“Attractions & Culture in Key West, FL”
The Southernmost Point Buoy is an anchored concrete buoy in Key West, Florida marking one of the extreme points of the United States. The large painted buoy is a tourist attraction established in 1983 by the city at the corner of South Street and Whitehead Street.
Technically, it's not the southernmost point, but I guess it's good to be a tourist and stop there anyways...
it's a touristy attraction. nothing spectacular. just at the end of the street but it's something to get a photo op at.
I'd say "meh" - if you want to take your picture in front of it as a memory of being here then you can go and wait in a long line of people seeking to do the same. It's literally just exactly what you see in the picture though, not that special. I wouldn't take the time to specifically go here.
You should go for the photo op, but beware the long line of tourists doing the same thing. If you're quick you can get a selfie in while the people in line switch out. There is also a cool statue right next to this, of a man blowing a conch shell, and a street art poem.
Nice photo opportunity. Go early in the morning to avoid a long line.
Been here, done that.
I didn't like Key West so much, I thought it was dirty, but I'm glad I was able to get my pix taken here.
Sort of a necessary stop if you don't plan on returning to Key West any time soon. Three stars means that there isn't much to do at the monument, but wandering around downtown KW is good sightseeing.
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Southernmost Point Buoy (90m To Cuba)
- Sun - Sat: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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