Edward B. Knight Pier
When visiting Key West there is one spot you must visit to see the sunrise: Edward B. Knight Pier. Even if you're not a morning person, Edward B. Knight Pier is worth a visit at any time of day.
Edward B. Knight Pier, also known as White Street Pier, is a long concrete pier that stretches out far into the Atlantic Sea. Walk or ride your bike to the end where you'll find the pier greatly widens, providing ample space for you to find a spot to relax for a bit and take in the view. Facing outward from the pier you can enjoy the wonder of the vast ocean, which is quite clear below the pier. Turn around and you'll have a wide angle view of Key West. Edward B. Knight Pier is known for its excellent location to watch the sunrise, but thanks to the angle of the pier you can see the sunset from it as well. During your walk along the pier you'll likely encounter several locals fishing off the side of it. There is also an AIDS Memorial at the entrance to the pier.
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