The year-round Custom House Maritime Museum's mission is "to preserve New London's U.S. Custom House and to promote and interpret the maritime history of the port of New London and the surrounding region through museum exhibitions and educational programs." An 1833 Custom House designed by architect Robert Mills, designer of the U.S. National Washington Monument and the country's first federal architect, this building is the oldest continuously-operating custom house in the country and still maintains New London's customs office, a department of US Homeland Security. Permanent displays include exhibitions on the Amistad, customs and contraband, regional lighthouses, U.S. customs today, and New London's storied Jibboom Club.
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