St. Augustine
St. Augustine History Museum

St. Augustine History Museum

St. Augustine

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  • Familiarize yourself with St. Augustine’s 450+ years of history by appreciating exhibits and displays inside St. Augustine History Museum
  • Regale yourself with intriguing and riveting tales about native Indians, Spanish conquistadors, English traders, and French Catholics
  • Trace the development of St. Augustine and Florida under the rule of four European imperial powers
  • Walk around the Spanish sunken treasure room
  • Admire the Florida Cracker trading post and the Timucan Indian village
  • Smartphone Voucher Accepted (No need to print)


Find out for yourself the history of Florida and St. Augustine, and how the state and the city transformed under Spanish, British, French, and American administrations. As you amble inside St. Augustine History Museum, you’ll come upon exhibits and displays that symbolize the growth and development of America’s first European settlement. Travel more than 450 years back in time when Spanish explorers first landed on the shores of St. Augustine. After emerging from the museum, you’ll know more about St. Augustine’s rich history and culture than you knew before touring the museum.


Walk around St. Augustine Museum on your own and survey the private anthologies and historical exhibits to know the city over 400 years past. Since the time the foundations of St. Augustine were laid by Spanish colonialists in 1565, the coastal city has witnessed transformation under British, French and American rule. St. Augustine is the oldest US city to be established by a European colonial power, and the South Floridian city is presently part of the Jacksonville Metropolitan Area.
Delve deep inside the past of this city by meticulously inspecting the submerged and buried Spanish treasure as well as the quaint Timucan village. Learn how Henry Flagler, who co-founded the Standard Oil Company with John D. Rockefeller, established the Florida East Coast Railway. Flagler wanted to develop St. Augustine as a winter retreat for affluent Americans based in the north, and consequently, he purchased numerous short-route railroads.
After buying these shorter railroads, Flagler merged them in the year 1885 to establish Florida East Coast Railway. He also pioneered the development of Florida’s Atlantic coastline by constructing a railway bridge spanning the St. Johns River in 1888. You’ll come to know that Henry Flagler played a key role in the development and advancement of transportation and real estate industries in Florida.
St. Augustine History Museum has carefully preserved documents, artifacts, and relics that portray the legendary American industrialist’s role in modernizing Florida. You’ll come across precious jewelry, gold and silver retrieved from the sunken treasures off of the coast of Florida. The museum archives inform you that St. Augustine commemorated its 450 birthday by organizing a four-day-long celebration.
Book your St. Augustine History Museum Tour pass today.


Schedule: 9:00am - 4:30pm (Last entry at 03:00pm)
Duration: Self guided
Start Location: Tour departs from Old Jail, 167 San Marco Ave.


  • Museum admission


  • Hotel Pick-up & Drop-off
  • Meals
  • Gratuities

Redemption Info

Departure Point: Old Jail, 167 San Marco Ave. (Please arrive 30 minutes prior to departure time)
Mobile and paper vouchers are both accepted.
You will receive a ticket in exchange for your voucher, which you must keep until the expiry date/ tour.
Please check your ticket to know when it expires.
After exchanging your voucher for a ticket, your voucher will no longer be valid.
In loss of voucher/ticket, company is not liable for any refund.
Tickets are valid until end of business day on date of use.
Reservation Notes: Reservations are NOT needed or accepted. Tickets can be used on any operating day within 12 months of the purchase date.

Booth Location: Tour departs from Old Jail, 167 San Marco Ave.
Age Requirements: Child ticket is for ages 4-12. Children under 4 are free.
Parking: There is a free parking available at the Authentic Old Jail (167 San Marco Ave).
Nearest Intersection: San Marco Avenue and San Carlos.

Know Before You Go

Wheelchair/ Stroller Access
Hand-Baggage allowed, no big size bag or suitcases are allowed
Assistance animals, such as seeing-eye dogs, are the only animals that are allowed.
Seating is on a first come first serve basis.
Tours are offered until 3:00 pm on Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. Tours offered until 4:30 pm on July 4th. Closed Christmas Day.

Cancellation Policy

No Cancellation Charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. 100% cancellation fee applied within 24 hours of travel date.