Built-in 1898 as a US Post Office and Customs House for the flourishing tobacco trade, this architecturally fascinating structure is among the most photographed buildings in the region. The state's second-largest general history museum, the center features rotating shows, art galleries, and an explorer's floor complete with Bubble Cave and a massive model train exhibit. Re-opening June 2nd at 50% capacity and closing mid-day for sanitation of the premises. Masks are strongly encouraged. The Museum has joined Museums for All, a nationwide program that supports those receiving food assistance (SNAP) benefits. The program offers visitors reduced admission fees with a presentation of the SNAP Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card. Up to six people per group can receive $3 admission for adults and $1 admission for children ages 6-17. Children ages 5 and under receive free admission to the Museum. Upon arriving at the Museum, visitors can present their EBT card and picture I.D. to the cashier to receive the discount.