Without memberships, Crane Point would not be able to continue to support and uphold our mission which is to promote environmental stewardship and the heritage of the Florida Keys.
Membership is an excellent way to enjoy unlimited access to our nature trails and historic sites. For many years, the Florida Keys Land and and Sea Trust, Inc., a 501-(c)3 not-for-profit organization, has been working to promote the environmental preservation and historical culture of the Florida Keys. Our property is centrally located in Marathon and includes a Museum of Natural History, 63 acres of tropical hardwood hammock, and the oldest house in Monroe County (outside Key West). With a focus on outdoor education, your membership is your personal investment to help us promote, preserve and protect the culture and history of the Florida Keys and our unique environment.
Included in All Memberships:
Advance notice of upcoming special events.
Unlimited admission for the member to Crane Point during normal business hours.*Prices and descriptions subject to be changed, please confirm before purchasing*
Individual Membership – $50
Family Membership – $100
Basic membership benefits for one adult.
Basic membership benefits for two adults and their children under 18.
Conservator Membership – $200
Patron Membership – $500
Basic Family membership benefits plus (6) six gift admission passes and a 10% discount on special Directors.
Basic Family membership benefits plus admission for three guests per visit and (12) twelve gift admission passes and a 10% discount on special Directors.
Benefactor Membership – $1,000
Basic Family membership plus admission for (4) four guests per visit, (20) twenty gift admission passes, and a 20% discount on special Directors. Included in the Benefactor membership is one private tour of the Museum of Natural History or the nature trails with prior notice and free use of the Crane Point property for one private function during regular hours of operation with prior notice. The fee charged for after-hour functions.
Membership dues, museum admissions, gift shop sales, educational programs, individual and corporate donations and foundation grants finance the operations of Crane Point. All future plans are designed to honor our basic mission to preserve the natural environment of the Florida Keys. With your support, we can continue to educate residents and visitors about the natural and cultural history of the area and the critical importance of preservation, conservation and restoration.
We hope you will contact us today for an annual membership and visit Crane Point with your family and friends often. Contact the Director of Operations at 305-743-3900 or via email at Cranepointmuseum@gmail.com. Memberships are also available in the gift shop (305-743-9100) at the museum entrance.