Artists around the world have captured the tranquil beauty of Pigeon Key, a small historic island beneath the Old Seven Mile Bridge that housed workers constructing the Florida Keys Over-Sea Railroad in the early 1900s. Visitors can discover their creations at the isle's namesake Pigeon Key Art Festival set for Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 4-5. Continue
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Visit Historic Pigeon Key
Nestled beneath the Old Seven Mile Bridge lies a historical treasure known as Pigeon Key. The five-acre island served as base camp for workers who built Henry Flagler's railroad in the early 1900s. Explore the tiny island with an enormous reputation for remaining unchanged as the Keys evolved.