Homestead Town Hall Museum
Homestead Main Street and the Town Hall Museum
41 North Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL Homestead Main Street is located in “Homestead’s Old Town Hall.” Built in 1917, Homestead’s "Old Town Hall" was designed by Miami architect H. Hastings Mundy and built by John F. Umphrey. The 7,000 square foot building housed all the functions of the developing town including the fire department, jail, municipal offices and council chamber, which also served as a court room.
The downstairs which once housed a jail and the fire department is now a museum. The first floor is where you’ll find the Homestead Main Street office; specifically, 41 North Krome Avenue. Upstairs houses several offices including the Greater Homestead/Florida City Chamber of Commerce, a conference room and the Vision Council. . http://www.homesteadmainstreet.org
Open to Public
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places