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BOGO Admission through October 15th!

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 served as...
Historical Tours Resume August 8th!

Historical Tours Resume August 8th!

The following information below will apply to historical tours when they resume August 8th Spots on the ferry boat will be limited and visitor’s will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. Tickets can be purchased in-person at our Visitor’s Center...
2020 Summer Camp!

2020 Summer Camp!

The Pigeon Key Foundation and Marine Science Center will be holding it’s annual Marine Science Summer Camp this July and August. Campers can look forward to Marine Science Programming, Snorkeling, Fishing, Squid & Shark Dissections, Field Games, and more!...
From Trash to Treasure

From Trash to Treasure

Here on Pigeon Key, the oldest standing building is the Section Gang Quarters which was built in 1909. Historically, the Section Gang Quarters housed 64 men at once during the construction of the Florida East Coast Extension and Seven Mile Bridge, a railway built by...
Our 2020 Education Interns

Our 2020 Education Interns

From left to right: Alli Dickey, Randy Thomas, Dana Donkle, and Brooke Harowitz Alli Dickey recently graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with two degrees in Fisheries and Wildlife and Journalism. She originally gained a love for wildlife biology in the...