This video tour includes a Key West chicken, a trolley gift shop at Clinton Square and a mention of the Key West Aquarium. The tour passes Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum and mentions the wreck of the Atocha in 1622 and the 1985 discovery of the treasure, by Mel Fisher, that was worth between $200 and $400 million dollars.
The tour passes the Presidential Gates at Truman Annex, the old military base, a mention of the Harry S Truman Little White House and the writer Robert Frost that lived 16 winters in Key West FL.
There is a mention of Capt William Curry came to Key West from the Bahamas in 1937. William Curry was Florida's first millionaire. William Curry made his fortune as a wrecker, a sponger and in lumber. When he died in 1897 he was still the richest man in Florida.
The tour passes the old Federal Court House that is made out of coral. The post office was once in the same building. Now the building is the Customs House.