The Historical Timeline Saunter along St. George Street in St. Augustine. Free Event

Historical Timeline Saunter

One Saturday Each Month through November 2021 | 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Plaza de la Constitucion

Members of the Historical Society will saunter from the City Gates to Aviles Street.

Near the Bridge of Lions.
1 Cathedral Street, St. Augustine, FL, 32084
(904) 825-1001
  • The Historic Florida Militia presents a Timeline Saunter on one Saturday afternoon each month through November. From 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., those interested in history and in how the European settlers and conquerors lived in St. Augustine will be able to watch this knowledgeable and appropriately garbed group saunter from the City Gates to the Plaza de la Constitución. Once there, the individuals participating in the saunter will pose for photos and answer questions about life in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries in St. Augustine.

    The Historic Florida Militia is composed of the following historic re-enactor groups: Men of Menéndez, representing the 16th Century Spanish soldiers and settlers; Drakes Men, representing the 16th Century British combatants; Searle's Buccaneers, representing 17th Century British soldiers and settlers; and the East Florida Rangers, representing the 18th Century British settlers, soldiers and government officials.

    Admission: Free

    When: From 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on these Saturdays in 2021: July 17, August 14, September 18, October 16, and November 20.

    Where: The Saunter will begin at the City Gates on St. George and Orange streets, and continue on St. George Street across the Plaza de la Constitucion to Aviles Street. Afterward, the Historic Militia will return to the gazebo in the Plaza to pose for photos and take questions.

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