Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum—Key West, FL
For 10 years the pipe-smoking, bull-running writer who penned such classics as For Whom the Bell Tolls and The Sun Also Rises lived in a quaint, colonial house on Key West. Hemingway purchased the house in 1931 while on a trip to Key West, and moved there later that year with his wife and two sons. Today, you can visit the breezy, sun-filled home and its adjacent garden while taking a guided tour on your literary road trip; the staff is happy to tell you more about Ernest Hemingway than you ever wanted to know!
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