Plaza de la Constitution
A government building has stood on this site since 1598 and served as a residence, courthouse, administrative headquarters and post...
Cathedral Basilica of St Augustine
With its magnificent bell tower lording it over the Plaza de la Constitution, this Spanish-mission-style cathedral is likely the...
Potter’s Wax Museum
For biting political satire, visit Potter’s Wax Museum . At Potter’s you can check out Dubya, sculpted by either a bitter Democrat or...
A little piece of Australia in the heart of old Spanish St Augustine: who would have thought? Real Aussie meat pies and lamingtons do...
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...
Plaza de la Constitution information
Lonely Planet review
In the heart of downtown, this grassy square, the oldest public park in the US and a former marketplace for food (and slaves), has an attractive gazebo, some cannons, the remains of the town well and a monument to Confederate veterans.