Crane Point is a combination Florida Keys history museum and nature trails leading around and through a hardwood hammock. The museum is small but has some nice exhibits and wonderful artifacts that are in need of a little attention. The Adderley House, nestled back in the hammock, is an original pioneer home and the oldest African-American residence standing in the Keys is AMAZING and alone worth the trip. There is also a wild bird rescue and rehabilitation center on the grounds housing some fascinating residents with sad stories. The low point is a tie between the abandoned education center - rundown, boarded up - and the Crane House itself: the Frank Lloyd Wright style mansion built by the original owners of the property who designated it as a sanctuary. They would likely turn over in their graves if they saw their former home. Apparently now intern or staff housing, there is laundry hanging from every railing and garbage strewn all around. This amazing building could easily become a conference center or offer classrooms for Eco-education groups if somebody sat down and wrote a grant. Instead it is being used for storage and falling into hopeless disrepair. It sadly tarnishes what is otherwise a potentially amazing facility in a gorgeous and spectacular setting. Do visit and enjoy the wonder of the Keys' environment and history - but be sure to ask them to Please! Save Crane Point!