Homesteaded in 1855, the original house was built in 1869, modernized in 1899, refurbished mid-century, abandoned in 1971 and restored to its original grandeur in 1975. It can also boast home to Florida’s first millionaire, William Curry and the birthplace of the World Famous Key Lime Pie. The Widow’s Walk atop the house provides a 360 degree and unparalleled view of the island. This one-of-a-kind bed & breakfast is part home, part museum; it has stood the test of time and conveys an extraordinary tale of the islands’ past – 28 guest rooms and suites await those seeking to experience Key West at its finest. Located just steps from renowned Duval Street teeming with tourists, you’ll find world-class restaurants, legendary bars, live music, shopping and sight-seeing. Amsterdam’s Curry Mansion Inn is picture perfect and perfectly situated. Four historic guest rooms and suites are on the second floor of the mansion. The Guest Wing wraps gracefully around the heated pool and provides an intimate setting for breakfast, cocktails and sunning. The 16 luxury guest rooms open onto or overlook the pool. An additional eight suites with sitting rooms and balconies are located directly across the street in our James House. Other amenities include: full hot breakfast, 2-hour cocktail party with live music, parking, hot tub, self-guided tour and internet access.
Self-guided tours daily 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. Adults: $5.00 donation, Children under 12 are free. All proceeds benefit the Florida Keys SPCA.