Custom House

Built in 1891, this stunning representation of Key West architecture has had many lives as the Key West Customs office, postal service, district courts, and U.S. Navy headquarters for their Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico operations.  After being abandoned for nearly twenty years, the Custom House was purchased by the State of Florida in 1991 to be restored by the Key West Art & Historical Society for use as a museum. Today you can tour this award-winning museum and official headquarters of the Key West Art & Historical Society to see two floors of exhibitions that focus on the region’s history, art, people, and events.

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