Located on 63 acres in the middle Florida Keys, the Crane Point Museum and Nature Center includes a natural history museum, miles of nature trails, two historic homes, gardens, a bird refuge and rescue center, and much more. There is something to see and learn for just about anybody regardless of age, so plan on an all-day outing for yourself or your entire family to one of the Keys’ most well preserved habitats.
Crane Point Museum and Nature CenterThe path to Crane Point.
Crane Point Museum and Nature CenterThe ocean view from Crane Point.
Adderly House-Crane Point Museum and Nature CenterMade of tabby, a form of concrete made by mixing burned conch and other shells, and built by George Adderly, it was George and Olivia Adderly's home for nearly 50 years.
Crane Point Museum and Nature Center