A grand old building that originally housed the customs office, postal service and district courts, this Mallory Square landmark is now home to the Key West Art & Historical Society. The collection includes a miscellany of artworks by local painters, old PanAm memorabilia, painted woodcarvings by local luminary Mario Sanchez, as well as exhibits on pirates and a young Ernest Hemingway.
|Venue name:||Custom House Museum||Contact:|
281 Front Street
The Florida Keys
|Cross street:||at Greene Street|
|Opening hours:||9.30am-4.30pm daily|
|Price:||Admission $7; $5 reductions; free under-6s|