Plan a Visit to the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center

The information below will help you plan a visit to the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center. Located in NOAA’s Dr. Nancy Foster Florida Keys Environmental Complex on the Truman Annex waterfront in Key West, the Center features more than 6,000 square feet of interactive exhibits, which interpret the resources and management efforts of Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, two national parks, and four national wildlife refuges. Admission is always free, so be sure to stop by for a visit.

 

Operating Hours

Tuesday - Saturday
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
(Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas)

Admission is free and so is parking!

 

Where to Find Us

35 East Quay Road, Key West, FL 33040

The Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center is located on the Truman Waterfront in Key West, near Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State Park.

Directions:

  • US 1 South
  • Right on North Roosevelt Boulevard; becomes Truman Avenue
  • Right on Whitehead Street
  • Left on Southard Street to Truman Waterfront Park
  • Look for Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center on the right past the traffic circle

Facility Use: Meetings and Group Visits

The large meeting room, main exhibit hall, and theater at the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center are available for public use when they are not in use by Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and when staff are available in the building. See the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center Room Use Policy (pdf, 67 kb) for additional information, including rates and details on making a reservation.

School and tour groups are welcome and encouraged to visit the Center. Please call and coordinate your visit in advance with Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center staff to ensure the best possible visit for your members.

Contact the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center at 305-809-4750 or FKEDC@noaa.gov.