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 many different entities since 400 men lived and worked here in the early 1900’s. We have an on-island museum that is filled with stories from railway workers, previous families that have lived on the island and the construction of the famous 7 Mile expansion of the railway which was converted into the Old 7 Mile Bridge.

If history isn’t your thing, no problem! Visitor’s can skip the tour and utilize the island for it’s pristine swimming and snorkeling (must bring own gear and dive flag). We also have a wide variety of wildlife such as birds, fishes, and our resident island cat. Bring your binoculars and walking shoes to be able to explore and take in our island views. We also have a beach front area, picnic tables and shady spots for families and friends to enjoy. Pack a lunch and a cooler for your own personal beach day.

Masks are required on the ferry boat, Visitors Center and while taking the tour or when social distancing cannot be maintained. We are open from 9:30am-4pm and tours run each day at 10am, 12pm, and 2pm. Call into our Visitor’s Center and Gift Shop for more information and availability at 305-743-5999. To use the BOGO deal, please let our Visitor Center attendants know if you saw this ad on our Facebook page or website. We hope to see you out on the island soon!