HISTORY

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Pigeon Key is a unique destination located in the Florida Keys and most people know us as the "tiny island under the Old 7 Mile Bridge." Located in Marathon, Florida, our history dates... Read More

America Recycles Day 2020

Today is America Recycles Day! Since 1997, November 15 has been a national holiday dedicated to celebrating and educating the public about the importance and impact of recycling. Recycling reduces the amount of trash in landfills, helps conserve resou... Read More

Meet the Staff: Casey Howley–Brigham

Casey Howley–Brigham has been a part of The Pigeon Key Foundation and Marine Science Center staff for the past 6 years and the Education and Summer Camp Director since 2018. She is the main contact and organizer for our education groups and summer c... Read More

Creature Feature: Peacock Mantis Shrimp

The ocean is rife with intimidating and effective predators, both big and, unexpectedly, tiny. The most infamous are large animals such as great white sharks, killer whales, and colossal squids. However, some less obvious predators possess incredible ... Read More

COVID-19

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In light of COVID-19, we want to ensure the safety of our visitors, ferry crew, tour guides, and staff. We are following recommendations based off of the CDC, local and state laws.

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BOGO Admission through October 15th!

Admission to Pigeon Key will be Buy One, Get One through the 15th of October! Our island tour consists of a guided, historical account of how Pigeon Key came to be. The island was turned into a work camp for Henry Flagler's Overseas Railway and has se... Read More