Saint Mary Star of the Sea, Key West

#6 of 14 in Historic Sites in Key West
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The oldest parish in the Archdiocese of Miami, Saint Mary Star of the Sea is part of the Key West Historic District. The double steeple of the church reflects the Victorian architecture of the early 20th century. The white interior of the modest church reflects the Florida sunlight, making it bright and inviting. Services are still held throughout the week, along with weddings and other ceremonies. Use our Key West trip planner to visit Saint Mary Star of the Sea on your trip to Key West, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • We celebrated Palm Sunday in this stunning church, a true gem in Key West! It is a large and gorgeous Catholic basilica, an unexpected find in Key West, and a must visit for every Catholic, as well...  more »
  • This Basilica is worth a visit. The grotto constructed by the nuns, meant to protect the island from hurricanes , is just beautiful. Take a few minutes away from the Duval scene and enjoy the...  more »
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