We planned our visit to Cedar Key around the recommendations we got at the Chamber of Commerce. We enjoyed everything - let them help you plan your visit!
What a mess, I stopped in to get some information, good luck a disorganized mess. It is obvious they can not be consistent or keep professional help. Seems as if that is the rule in this town. A nice place to visit if you lower your expectations. What happened to Mary? She was a bright light in the Chamber. We... 更多
Going to the Chamber of Commerce first will enhance your visit and answer any questions you might have. This is a very old Florida City on the Gulf side. It is small and low key, dog friendly, and offers a great insight to Florida's history and development. If you like wildlife you will find plenty to look at as their... 更多
This is a lovely Chamber of Commerce that provided us with lots of information about the area, including an abundance of brochures, restaurant menus, local newspaper(s), and maps. We also purchased a great full-color illustrated map of Cedar Key for $2 that really is a piece of art! There's also a few other little souvenir-type things to buy. The staff... 更多
This past weekend Cedar Key held a sea food festival. We attended on 10/16/16.There were many tables filled with various arts and crafts.Most were reasonably priced.We were slightly disappointed in the small amount of seafood tables set up.Probably 8 tables at most and not all offered seafood.Its was still a pleasant activity.Cute little town by the sea great place to... 更多
Staff is friendly and they will give you the skinny on what is open and not. You can find a year-round Christmas tree up to sell local artists ornaments. They have a film that shows what would happen if a big hurricane came in to flood the town. It's cool to view.