Fall for Old Florida
Clamming, fishing, nature and the arts is what Cedar Key is all about! Not much has changed here over time, and you can stroll the picturesque streets to take in the traditional cracker style architecture from the 19th century or indulge in homemade crafts and wares sold in the local shops.
Do yourself a favor...try the clams
Learn about the essential role clam farming has played in the town’s history, saving its economy and making Cedar Key the second largest producer of clams in the US. Sweet Cedar Key clams are a must, as well as a savory cup of clam chowder from Tony’s Seafood Restaurant, which won the Great Chowder Cook-Off in Newport, R.I. three years in a row.
Experience Cedar Key Culture
The small town, laid back feel of Cedar Key and it’s thriving arts scene give this quaint fishing village a unique local culture proud of its seafood, heritage and creative vibes. Plan around the Cedar Key Seafood Festival or the Cedar Key Arts Festival (Annual Old Florida Celebration of the Arts) for sun, art, tasty food and community fun.