Dating back to the early 18th century, a visit to the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse is an inspiring experience.Originally the building had no electricity, no running water, no kitchen or bathroom.Shop if you wish or just take your time to gaze at all the unique items for sale in this 11-block stretch of shops, restaurants and historic sites. Augustine, charming shops, museums, historic buildings and beautiful views are on every corner.
Watch professional costumed historians relive the life of Spanish soldiers and their families.
Blacksmiths, carpenters, candle-makers and other tradesmen demonstrate how the settlers lived during the 1740s. The two ancient columns made of stone were built in 1808 as a line of defense for the city.
There are a variety of exhibits to view, daily Ranger Talks, a short video shown every hour that features cannon and musket firings and weapons demonstrations and presentations by costumed re-enactors.
This well-known attraction is the first wax museum to ever open its doors in the United States.
Stroll along to see the various buildings of this restored, colonial village.
Enjoy learning about the lives of the colonists who called Spanish St. Take a tour through the Government House Museum, where Spanish governors once administered the colony of La Florida and current exhibits showcase the city’s amazing past.
See copies of original books that the boys and girls used and other artifacts.
Take a walk through the kitchen and see the garden.
The tour stops at the Old Jail, Potter’s Wax Museum and more.