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The Pigeon Key Art Festival is on Hiatus while work is being completed on the 7-Mile Bridge. Stay tuned for updates and visit https://pigeonkey.net/ for more news & information.
CONTACT US Gift Shop and Ferry Departure: Located at Mile Marker 47.5 Open Daily, 9:30am-4pm 2010 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050 305-743-5999 Mailing Address: PO Box 500130 Marathon, FL 33050
“Helping others is like helping yourself” - Henry Flagler, Founder of Pigeon Key

HISTORY

PIGEON KEY ESTABLISHED IN 1908 Pigeon Key is a five-acre island located 2.3 miles west of Marathon. It is connected to the mainland by a bridge originally built by Henry Flagler for his Florida East Coast Railway. From 1908 to 1935, Pigeon Key served as a construction and maintenance base camp. In 1992, the Pigeon Key Foundation was formed as a joint venture between the Monroe County Environmental Education Task Force and the Mote Marine Laboratory of Sarasota, Florida, and a 30-year lease was granted. Currently the Pigeon Key Foundation is restoring the historic island, operating a museum, conducting guided tours and providing a center for marine science research and education. All funds raised during the festival go directly to furthering the efforts of the not-for-profit Pigeon Key Foundation. Learn more about Pigeon Key
The Pigeon Key Art Festival is on Hiatus while work is being completed on the 7-Mile Bridge. Stay tuned for updates and visit https://pigeonkey.net/ for more news & information.
Pigeon Key Art Festival a Big Show for a Tiny Island V  V
CONTACT US Gift Shop and Ferry Departure: Located at Mile Marker 47.5 Open Daily, 9:30am-4pm 2010 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050 305-743-5999 Mailing Address: PO Box 500130 Marathon, FL 33050
PIGEON KEY ART FESTIVAL