The old jail and general store tours were informative and entertaining. The actors were great and stayed in character. Worth the admission!
I couldn't fnd an "old village" on the map, and eventually found that this the one square block Dow Museum of Historic Homes. We liked that it was all original foundations. Only one building had been moved into place, but it was just from 70 ft. away. It looked as though there was quite a bit of renovation, but I'm... More
While most everything is as pricey as you would expect things to be in such a tourist attraction, there are a few things I return to every time I visit. The candle shoppe is one... handmade AMAZING candles and little treasures... a MUST see. Isabela's Bar and Cigar Shoppe is another... a little slice of luxury for the gentleman (and... More
It's ok for transportation, but three days of live, but somewhat"canned" repetitive commentary was a bit much after three days of riding. Didn't see where one day tickets were available, only three days. The trolley transported us to the spots we wanted to see without the hassle of parking. There is free parking at the ticket booth/trolley lot. TIps: If... More
Saint Augustine is a wonderful blast from the past. With it's rich history, beautiful architecture, and scenic landscape, it makes a great few days just walking around. My advise is to check yourself into a nice bed & breakfast and wander.
Old St. Augustine Village is ON the tour stops for the trollys. The Red Tour has a stop, right in front. The Green Trolly only mentions it as it's driving by. I took the Green Trolly and made note of it on the tour. If you buy tickets from the Green Trolly Station, at the Old Jail, they're only $8.00... More
or even if you don't, there is so much to see here. Little shops mixed in amongst small restaurants and taverns. Window shop awhile, stop for a bite to eat, explore awhile, stop for a beer. A fun and relaxing place to spend the day just roaming around. Were comfortable shoes and dress comfortably.
We didn't know what to expect with bringing a 1 year old to an old town with small shops. We used a carrier, because we know there isn't much room for strollers, unless you stay out on the streets. She loved looking at everything, the people watching, and the horse drawn carriages. The atmosphere is as laid back as I... More
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