Join or Refer to Earn Chance to Win Exclusive Key West Excursion

A Spring Membership Drive is underway at Keys History & Discovery Center in Islamorada. By joining now through April 29, new members will be entered in a drawing for a one-of-a-kind Key West excursion and receive two additional months of membership for free.

For those who were once a member, rejoin to be entered to the drawing and receive two free months. Current members have chances to be entered in the drawing by referring new members and by upgrading their membership to a higher level.

The winning prize is an exclusive VIP Champagne tour of the Truman Little White House, an overnight stay for two at Wicker Guesthouse, A Duval Street Bed & Breakfast, plus day passes to the Key West Arts & Historical Society family of museums. These include Custom House, Lighthouse & Keeper’s Quarters, Fort East Martello, and Tennessee Williams Museum. Additional prizes will also be offered.

“Our members help us tell the stories that define the rich character and culture of the Keys community – past, present and future,” said Executive Director Jill Miranda Baker. “Through our annual membership program, members receive a range of benefits while at the same time provide support to maintain our current collection and exhibits, develop future exhibits and offer educational and enlightening lectures through our highly popular Keys History & Discovery Center Presents series.”

To join, go to, call 305-922-2237 or visit Keys History & Discovery Center on the property of the Islander Resort, MM 82, Islamorada, Wednesdays through Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.


A variety of membership levels exist, starting at $65 for an individual to the top level at $10,000 with the greatest benefits. By joining, members can enjoy several benefits including unlimited admissions, free lecture attendance, retail discounts and more. Membership levels at $1,000 and above offer additional benefits including complimentary guest passes, VIP invitations, opportunity for private tour with Curator Brad Bertelli, and free private use of the museum space and/or state-of-the-art theater.