St Augustine City Walks
Extremely fun walking tours of all kinds, from silly to serious. A variety of free tours are also available.
Villa Zorayda Museum
Looking like a faux Spanish castle from a medieval theme park, this odd gray edifice was built in 1883 by an eccentric millionaire who...
A government building has stood on this site since 1598 and served as a residence, courthouse, administrative headquarters and post...
La Herencia Café
On St Aug's oldest street, this brightly painted Cuban cafe serves all-day breakfasts and killer Cuban sandwiches. Relax here with a cup...
75 King St · interesting places nearby
Lightner Museum information
Henry Flagler's former Hotel Alcazar is now home to this wonderful museum, with a little bit of everything, from ornate Gilded Age furnishings to collections of marbles and cigar-box labels. The dramatic and imposing building itself is a must-see, dating back to 1887 and designed in the Spanish Renaissance Revival style by New York City architects Carrère and Hastings.