The Customs House chronicles the history of Key West. In the 1820s, the city became an official port of entry to the United ... More
Custom House Museum
The Customs House chronicles the history of Key West. In the 1820s, the city became an official port of entry to the United States, permitting cargo salvaged from wrecked ships to be legally brought here for sale. Eventually, that booty made Key West the richest spot in Florida. The red brick and terracotta Customs House features a main gallery of rotating art exhibits and smaller galleries with exhibits related to Key West history. Admission is $6 for adults, $4 for children aged 12 and under.
Eden House has been a mainstay of Key West's hostelry roster for a couple of decades. Its 1920s ambience includes
a tropical garden courtyard lush with greenery encircling a pool. Accommodations are in two story units that vary in ...
Built in 1845 and occupied by Yankee forces in 1861, the fort was finally completed in 1866. Now a National
Historic Landmark, the fort has tours at noon and 2p. In January the park hosts the annual Sculpture Key ...
Hotel Details:Laundry/ Dry Cleaning Service. Smoke Alarm in Rooms. Photocopy Service. Meeting Facilities. Computer Use Available. Concierge Services. Common/Public Areas
Accessible to Wheelchairs. Parking Area Well Lit. Fax (For Guests). Complementary Coffee. Common Area Wireless Access. ATM/Bank. Room Service. ...