Good for 1 round of mini-golf per person.
The rich history of the Black experience in St. Augustine, Florida is also the history of the Black experience in America. In 1866, free men and women birthed Lincolnville: a community that found itself at the crossroads of history. Through exhibits and stories told from a local, intimate perspective, the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center chronicles 450 years of the winding road that is the black journey. Come and experience the journey for yourself.
Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center is an African American history museum located at 102 Martin Luther King Avenue in St. Augustine, Florida. It is located in the former Excelsior School, St. Augustine’s first black public high school.
Cruising up alongside a pod of Atlantic Bottle Nose Dolphin that choose to make St Augustine their home, even makes the crew giddy and we do it every day!
There’s something exciting, yet very calming, about watching these beautiful creatures glide through the water, in perfect formation, in groups of anywhere from two to ten. Often we see mommas, with their babies following alongside, so close you’d think they’re attached.
If we find them just right, when they’re feeding, we might catch a glimpse of one 6-8 feet in the air, often with a fish in their mouth! They are in the wild, however, so finding them is not guaranteed (96% success), but seeing great sights and hearing great stories is!
Discover the oceanfront playground that has delighted visitors since 1938. Make an ocean of memories as you meet bottlenose dolphins up close, experience the wonder of marine life, explore 80 years of Florida history, and even swim with dolphins in our unique educational programs.
The Classic Car Museum is a 30,000 sq ft special events space, museum and classic car storage facility located in the Nation’s Oldest City, St. Augustine, FL. The versatility that each space offers is endless. Our venue is perfect for any type of event. From a classic car back drop to an outdoor manicured lawn […]
Available at either location (can check-in at one or the other…not both):
– 8 Cathedral Place.
– 130 St. George Street.
The macaron is considered to be the jewel of French pastries in Europe. Our macarons will delight … First bite is a surprise. Second bite is the flavor. Third bite is the pleasure™… all adding up to create a mouthful of heaven!
The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is offering guided tours exploring the fascinating life and world-changing legacy of Juliette Gordon Low, Founder of the Girls Scouts, through stories, art, and artifacts held in her childhood home.
Please allow at least an hour for your visit, so you can fully enjoy the tour, garden, and museum store.
What You’ll Experience
A tour of the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace provides an exciting look into the history of our remarkable founder and her home, as well as a glimpse into a movement that is still building girls into strong women of courage, confidence, and character over 100 years later.
During your visit to the Birthplace you will be guided on a journey through the life of Juliette Gordon Low. Original and period furnishings adorn seven spacious rooms with high ceilings. You will see unique architectural features, including elaborately carved millwork, decorative plaster ceilings, and the impressive staircase with its curved mahogany rail. Numerous works of art, including many pieces created by Daisy herself, are on display throughout the house.
You may browse the garden independently before or after your tour. Be sure to look for the monogrammed gates that are believed to be forged in part by Daisy herself.
Before you head back out into beautiful Savannah, you’ll want to visit our shop for great local gifts, items made by girls and women around the world, and Girl Scout merchandise.
Prepare yourself for a Frightseeing Adventure like none other as your resident Ghost Host shares tales both true and truly unnerving of the city’s tumultuous past. Discover the secrets of the Tolomoto Cemetery and the apparition seen playing on the sacred grounds after dark. Could it be the spirit of five-year old James or is it the Ghost Bride, still waiting for her walk down the aisle. Be sure to keep a watchful eye while passing by the old City Gates. You might catch a glimpse of Elizabeth, a child victim of the yellow fever, waving to passersby… Plan to arrive at least 20 minutes early to make time to visit Cromwell’s Parlour of Paranormal Curiosities.
Historic Tours of Flagler College will reopen starting May 27th, with limited tours on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sundays at 10 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 2 pm, and 3 pm. Admission is $15. Tours will be limited to 15 people per tour. It is highly suggested you purchase them prior to your arrival. Tickets link
Due to limited capacity will we be suspending our free admissions for St. Johns County Residents for the time being. For group tour information, please contact Flagler’s Legacy at email@example.com.
Historic Tours of Flagler College highlight the architectural heritage of the former Hotel Ponce de Leon, listed as a National Historic Landmark. Built by railroad magnate, Henry M. Flagler in 1888, the Ponce is considered one of the finest examples of Spanish Renaissance architecture and was one of the most exclusive resorts of its day.
Tours depart daily from the main lobby (Rotunda) of the College located at 74 King Street. Because we are a College first, tours are subject to cancellations, please check our calendar for more information.
Guests will begin their tour by exploring the courtyard while learning of the hotel’s Spanish Renaissance architecture and of the techniques and innovations used to construct Henry Flagler’s vision. Next is the grand lobby where they will stare up into a 68-foot domed ceiling supported by eight ornate oak caryatids hand carved with robed women, each slightly different from the next. The guest will move on to the dining room where 79 Louis Comfort Tiffany Stained Glass windows stream light onto the beautiful hand-painted murals on the walls and ceiling. Finally, they will visit the Flagler Room, formerly the Women’s Grand Parlor, where they will gaze upon handcrafted Austrian crystal chandeliers, a clock containing the largest piece of intact white onyx in the western hemisphere, original hotel furniture and art, as well as personal photos and mementos from Henry Flagler and his family.