St. Augustine History Museum

167 San Marco Ave.
St. Augustine, FL 32084- Map It
(904) 531-3248

AAA Editor Notes

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