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St. Augustine History Museum, 167 San Marco Ave., depicts Florida's growth from early Native American cultures through the Flagler era. Personal items and pictures of Henry Flagler are displayed along with a model railroad tracing the route he established between Jacksonville and Key West. Additional exhibits focus on the Florida Cracker, Fort Mose, Confederate items, 16th-century Spanish weapons, a life-size sunken ship and its treasures, and a replica of a Native American village.



Admission
$6.39; $5.33 (ages 6-12); free (with Old Town Trolley Tours ticket).
Hours
Daily 8:30-5. Closed Christmas. Allow 1 hour minimum.
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