Show Your Love for Locals this Holiday Season – Support Key West Shops & Artists!
Get a jump on the holiday season now by visiting our unique shops within the Historic Seaport. Need a gift for a friend, colleague, or family member? The Historic Seaport is your best bet for that unique gift experience. Forget socks or generic ties (it’s okay – we used to buy them, too) and instead grab a gift that will last forever and bring a smile and memories. Support our local artisans by shopping local and buying handmade.
AER Photography & Art Gallery
A dedicated photographer since age 12, Alicia Earle Renner draws stories from her subjects, which include clownfish, land mammals, birds, sharks, landscapes, and so much more. That’s why she’s been published in National Geographic at least five times!
Captain Quick Dry – Get protected from head to toe! Captain Quick Dry provides solar protective clothing & accessories for the whole family. Browse through the wide selection of sunglasses, shirts, dresses, bags, & so much more. Make sure to stop by this shop on Lazy way before your next water excursion for waterproof accessories for your phone or camera!
Conch Electric Cars
Electric cars are a great way to get from one destination to the next. Tour the island the way you want to with an eco-friendly electric car. Choose from 2, 4, or 6 passenger cars. From riding along the Historic Seaport to visiting museums, there’s no better way to go than with Conch Electric Cars!
Imported from Indonesia, the jewelry, clothing, purses, and other treasures at Dragonfly Imports make for the perfect gift.
Good Day on a Happy Planet
Good Day on a Happy Planet is Key West’s groovy gift shop with jewelry, collectables, musical instruments, and more!
Hammerhead Surf Shop
Hammerhead Surf Shop is Key West, Florida’s premier surf shop and is a local hot spot for trendy top surf apparel brands! The shop sells a wide variety of some of the best brands in sunglasses such as Maui Jim and Costa.
Jack Anderson, originally from Tacoma, Washington, and Liliane, from Chartres, France, first opened Local Color in 1986, having recently docked in Key West after an adventure on the family home – a 42 foot sailboat. Always the sailor and leather craftsman, Jack started making leather jewelry and selling at the nightly sunset celebration on Mallory Square. Soon, Local Color opened next door to the historic Turtle Kraals, at the original location of Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville store. Always evolving, the Andersons designed their own clothing lines for the tropics and Key West jewelry collections. Today, you can see all of these influences when you shop at Local Color and Commotion, and there’s always something new! And it is still very much a family affair.
Local Treasures sells travel coins, sea glass beads, jewelry and other treasures from artists in Key West and from other locals. Some pieces were recovered from the 1980s. Stop by this shop to find a variety of authentic Atocha silver and say hi to Shadow, the giant Husky!
Mac’s Sea Garden
There’s something for everyone at Mac’s Sea Garden, a historic shop in the Historic Seaport. A variety of great gifts, like shirts, hats, and other unique souvenirs can be found at the Key West gem. You’ll also find a selection of home decorations, such as glassware pieces and kitchen essentials that are sure to add a Key West feel to any room in your home! Don’t forget to take a picture with the huge Spongeman right outside! Mac’s Sea Garden is original to the Bight, run by Mack Mchue as a shell Shop and souvenir stand in the early 1900’s.
Yours & Mayan
Yours and Mayan has a wide variety of authentic, handcrafted jewelry, key chains, hair accessories, and other treasures. The craftsmanship and timeless beauty are shown through the bold and colorful designs that you’ll be sure to love! There are benchmarks that define the mission of Yours and Mayan.
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