Old St. Augustine Village, St. Augustine

#11 of 26 in Historic Sites in St. Augustine
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Originally explored by Europeans in 1513, Old St. Augustine Village today serves as a historical center spanning four centuries of artifacts. Consisting of nine historical houses set amidst beautifully preserved gardens, learn about the history of the village within five exhibit galleries. Tours of the village are frequent and give you the chance to admire the Spanish-inspired architecture, including landmarks like the Ponce de Léon Hotel. You can examine the archaeological records of the 16th-century hospital and cemetery, along with the original town plans. Take the tour of the macabre Old Jail where guides in period dress reenact the processing of new prisoners; a pictorial history displays the multiple hangings of prisoners that occurred within the walls. With our online itinerary creator, St. Augustine attractions like Old St. Augustine Village can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Lots of shops and food like ice cream pretzels coffee etc.... Interesting things. great place to walk around and spend the day. you must visit Oz's if you have a beard.  more »
  • I absolutely loved the history of the village. The buildings look exactly like historic buildings. They are old and well taken care of. I was just in awe looking at everything. The details were...  more »

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