St. Augustine History Museum in St. Augustine, FL

Historic Tours of AmericaOld Jail,167 San Marco AvenueSt. Augustine, FL 32084
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Located at Old St. Johns County Jail, the St. Augustine History Museum offers a display of historical artifacts and private collections from over 400 years of Florida history, including times of Native Americans, Spanish Galleons, pirates and the Revolutionary War. Guests can also enjoy exploring the sunken Spanish treasure room, a Florida Cracker trading post, a Timucan Indian Village and more.

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A combination of historical displays and private collections brings over 400 years of Florida history to life. The museum features displays of the various countries that ruled over St. Augustine: England, Spain, and France. Guests can visit our Spanish sunken treasure room, a Timucan Indian village, and our Florida Cracker trading post.

Explore how St. Augustine and Florida grew and prospered under Spanish, British, French, and American rule. Experience the building of Flagler's Railroad that started in St. Augustine and went 128 miles out to sea to Key West. You will find Florida's history a fascinating story, from the Indians to the Spanish galleons and pirates to the Revolutionary War.

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