Historic Mallory Squares and the city of Key West both had their beginning along this deep harbor waterfront - the wrecking schooners, the frigates and warships of the US Navy, the Cuban cigar makers tobacco warehouses, ship's chandlers and government offices combined to make Key West a bustling seaport out on the frontier of a young America. Today, Mallory Squares is a Key West must see. You will find exciting attractions, unparalleled shopping, the Key West historic sculpture garden and of course, every evening, the famous sunset celebration.
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The center of Key West's historic waterfront, Mallory Square stages the famous Key West sunset celebration.
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This is a must-see for anyone visiting Key West! Watch the sundown at Mallory Square EVERY NIGHT and enjoy a variety of entertainers, merchants, artists, and psychics. You'll find the cat trainer guy who has been there for decades, and a ton of jewelry vendors and artists with handmade paintings and crafts. There are some great food vendors too - check out the quac guy!