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Oldest Trick in the Book

St. Augustine touts itself as the oldest town in the USA, among all the other 'oldest' establishments. It happens to be the tried-and-true destination for 4th Grade Floridians to accompany their state history curriculum. Check out the popular destinations below that will bring your classroom lessons to life!  

Experience St. Augustine with You Name it Tours as your guide.  All Tours are guided and follow Sunshine State Standards.


Castillo de San Marcos

Historic Spanish Fort, now a State Park. Students tour the 'Castle" with an instructor to learn more about the experiences of spanish soldiers.


Old Town Trolley Tour

The Old Town Trolley Tour route encompasses seven miles of fascinating history as recounted by one of Old Town Trolley’s highly-trained and certified tour guides. The tour provides an excellent overview of St. Augustine.


Pirate Museum

In this museum, guests can experience what it was like to be a pirate in the famed Port Royal, Jamaica—a place where pirates were protected and easily traded among themselves and the natives in Jamaica. This unique collection of authentic pirate artifacts combines with elements of interactive technology to take visitors on an exciting adventure through the Golden Age of Piracy and the lives of that era's most infamous figures, some of whom attacked St. Augustine in the 17th century.


Plaza de Constitucion

The Plaza de la Constitucion is the central park in downtown St. Augustine. The park is on a square of land bordered by the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, Trinity Episcopal, and the Government House. The plaza faces the Bridge of Lions and features a central pavilion used for city events and live entertainment. There is also a public market that has been in use since the 1500s. Fish, vegetables and other goods were traded here. Today, local vendors set up tables to sell their wares.


Ghost Tours

A Ghostly Encounter gives guests a chance to explore the darker side of St. Augustine's history, including passing by two cemeteries and investigating a haunted building on the site of a former Native American village and burial ground. This is the only ghost walking tour in St. Augustine that explores that haunted site.


The Old Jail

The jail served the city of St. Augustine from 1891-1953. Students tour the jail, experiencing history as inmates in period dress guide them through the cells.


Spanish Military Hospital

The Spanish Military Hospital Museum gives students a chance to travel back in time to learn about medical practices and procedures in the Colonial Spanish Period of St. Augustine. The 40-minute fully-guided tour offers a glimpse into another world, with demonstrations of "cutting edge" colonial surgery techniques by the Museum staff.

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Colonial Quarter

The Colonial Quarter is where visitors can experience hundreds of years of Colonial Spanish and British living history in St. Augustine. This two-acre revamped attraction takes vacationers and locals back in time through three centuries of the formation and creation of the nation's oldest city. Travelers can enjoy a Historic Adventure Tour with a resident of Colonial Quarter St. Augustine as they are taken on an interactive, immersive journey through history.


Flagler College

The Ponce de Leon hotel was built in 1887 and is listed as a National Historic landmark. It is now a college with guided tours of this architectural masterpiece throughout the year.


The Old School House

The Oldest Wooden School House dates back to the early 18th century and students can tour the property and become acquainted with the daily life of colonial school children.


Fountain of Youth

An Archaeological Park where students can learn about the first Spanish settlers who came here in the 1600s and the native Timucuans who were here to greet them. There is an archaeological dig on site, as well as several re-created Spanish and Timucuan buildings and dwellings, and a blacksmithing demonstration.


St. George Street

In St. Augustine’s early days, St. George Street was the main street, and today the thoroughfare is still considered the heart of the city. Here, visitors find historic attractions and some of the restaurants, galleries, bakeries and shops for which the city is famous.


Alligator Farm

The Alligator Farm Zoological Park features a variety animal species, including hundreds of native alligators. The allure of wild reptiles and their powerful presence entice thousands of vacationers to visit the park in St. Augustine each year. Exhibits include lemurs, Komodo dragons, and toucans, and the park is the only place in the world to see all 24 species of crocodilians in one place.

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