Pigeon Key Historic District

Aerial view of the The Pigeon Key Historic District near Bayside Inn Key Largo

This tiny coral island was the original work camp for workers who built the Key West extension of the Flagler Railway and once housed a thriving village of more than 400 people until the railroad’s demise is 1935. Today you can tour the island’s historic buildings, picnic on the lawn or snorkel in the shallow bay.  Ferry departs from Faro Blanco Marina.

Pigeon Key Historic District, FL, USA Monroe County United States