The Oldest Wooden School House stands on St. George St. in St. Augustine and is open for tours.

Historical Sites

History is around every corner.

Explore the brick streets and you'll find historic sites all around. Every corner is rich with history, waiting to be discovered. No vacation is complete until you've gazed up at the Louis Comfort-Tiffany stained glass at Flagler College, or climbed the steps of the lighthouse, or taken a sip from the Fountain of Youth, or learned about Aviles Street -- the oldest street in the nation's oldest city. Parts of the city predate the country itself! Visit the old houses and museums to discover a new side of the city that was once a small port town and is now a bustling, energetic community dedicated to preserving its remarkable past.

2 Aviles Street

Aviles Street is the nation's oldest street and the heart of St. Augustine's artist district.

20 Bridge of Lions

Connecting downtown to Anastasia Island and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

(904) 819-6400

74 King Street

A unique combination of the past and present, and an architectural icon of the city.

(904) 471-0116

8635 A1A S.

This National Monument's history is connected with the founding of St. Augustine.

(904) 823-2232

15 Fort Mose Trail

A National Historic Landmark & a precursor site of the National Underground Railroad Network.

10 ½ South Castillo Drive

Located outside just outside the city gate, the Huguenot Cemetery was established in 1821 to serve the entire population, regardless of faith.

Corner of Hypolita and St. George Streets

A Spanish-style garden dedicated in 1965 as part of St. Augustine's formal 400th anniversary.

(904) 824-2872

31 St. Francis Street

A National Historic Landmark that's one of the few buildings that dates back to the first Spanish colonial period.

(904) 824-2872

14 St. Francis Street

A historic house offering docent led tours through the town's oldest surviving Spanish structure.