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Ancient City Tours

Ancient City Tours

Looking for history, romance, ghosts, or Christmas lights? Whether you visit St. Augustine for hours or days, Ancient City Tours is the locally owned, receptive tour operator that will take care of your needs. Also tour our Spanish Military Hospital Museum...
St. Augustine Historical Sites

St. Augustine Historical Sites

During the 1700 St. Augustine was a walled city and the City Gates were the only way in and the only way out. It was originally built to protect the city. Today the City Gates are located at the entrance to St. George Street, the main walking street in...
Historic sites worth a visit

Historic sites worth a visit

Visitors can see the city from any of the sightseeing trains, ride by trolley, horse-drawn cab or just walk through the city streets. There are many historic homes and sites to explore. The Oldest House is one of the nation’s most studied and documented...
Welcome

Welcome

Welcome to St. Augustine, FL, one totally unique city! You just can not miss this unique destination. St. Augustine, FL is one enormously interesting city that has not yet been discovered by so many – but that thing is facing a change. Our city...
Fort Matanzas

Fort Matanzas

Built 1740-1742, represents a well-preserved masonry watchtower fort built by the Spanish. By providing a perch to observe enemy vessels approaching from the south, the fort played a strategic role in warning St. Augustine of potential enemy advancements...
Tour Saint Augustine

Tour Saint Augustine

Tour Saint Augustine offers you a “One Stop Shopping” for Northeast Florida for individuals and groups of all types. We customize creative tour packages and live entertainment from 1 hour to 1 week for groups and individuals of all ages and...
City Gate Productions

City Gate Productions

A History Entertainment Company in The Nations Oldest City The goal of City Gate Productions, the premier history entertainment company in the area, is to bring the history of St. Augustine and North Florida to life through entertaining performances....
Old Town

Old Town

A taste of what’s in the Old Town Best transportation: sightseeingtrain, horse-drawn cab or by walking. Plaza de la Constitution Government House Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine Old Wooden School House Colonial Spanish Quarter Old Drugstore The...
Cool Sightseeing tips

Cool Sightseeing tips

There are many great attractions, many of them historically significant, as well as the usual Florida tourist traps. The logical place to start is the Old Town area in downtown St. Augustine. The Plaza de la Constitutione, also known as the Old Slave...
Old Drug Store

Old Drug Store

The Authentic Old Drugstore takes you back to the early days when St. Augustine was but a Spanish hamlet. It was built by Antonio Gomaas in 1739. He built it as a place of revelry, within the the jurisdiction of the city, for protection, but away from...

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