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I really enjoyed visiting this museum. There is a variety of cool stuff to see from yesteryear. There is one room that contains metal artwork by folk artist Stanley Papio, aka Barefot Stanley, a longtime colorful Keys resident who created awesome sculptures from "junk." And,...More
Three spots is probably an optimistic rating for this museum. The high point, and focal point, of the place is Robert the Doll. If you're into the paranormal and want a good tingly feeling, go see Robert the Doll. As far as this being a...More
Saw Robert The Doll (again). As my friend and I were standing at Robert’s case, my friend talked with him. I stood there looking at Robert, I said nothing. Suddenly, my arm started burning. I looked at it, my arm had a welt on it....More
Having pleasantly visited the West Martello Tower and Botanical Garden on Tuesday of the week we were in Key West, we decided to visit the East Martello Tower and Museum the following day.
What fun! Everything is on display - from an exhibit on the...More
Loved the museum's charm and all of the items that they have on display. There are lots of things to see here and the attendant there was wonderful. This is a great stop if you have a couple of hours to spend.
I have to admit my 2 teenage boys talked about Robert the Doll for years. So in August 2018 we decided to go take a mini trip to the keys. As we live in Fla. And never been. Well the museum was great and as...More
I'm not into "history"while vacationing but I'm glad we stopped here. I enjoyed seeing that the fort had to offer. My favorite part was Robert the doll and learning about his history and what made him "famous". I love all things haunted or scary.
I loved visiting this little museum. The entry fee was $10 per person and it was well spent. The main attraction seems to be Robert the Doll, but there are many other historical exhibits and art on display! It’s definitely a great place to take...More