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Audubon House

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The home was first built in the 1840s and would have been destroyed about 100 years later if it had not been saved by a nonprofit. Its first residents were Captain John Huling Geiger and his family who made their fortunes off of the frequent shipwrecks in the Keys. The mansion inspired the restoration of other historical homes and structures in Key West and perhaps is a precursor to the architectural style popular here. Admission is $15 per adult and hours are 9:30 to 4:15 daily.

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