Plaza de la Constitution
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...
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...
Spanish Military Hospital Museum
Not for the faint of heart, guided tours of this museum discuss Colonial-era medical techniques in all their gory glory: amputations,...
Ethically-sourced Australian-American coffeehouse serving real Aussie meat pies and the best barista coffee in the historic quarter.
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
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.