Museums

The entire town of St. Augustine is a living and breathing museum - offering a piece of history around every corner, a historic site with a story to tell. Just walking through the city you can find a monument or plaque marking each site as a historic one with its own place and function in our shared history. Tour the old buildings and imagine how it was for the people of the past to live and work in this ancient port city. History even envelopes the architecture of the old city's museums. The museums here are replicas of Spanish castles; they are historic wooden classrooms, fortifications, military hospitals that date back to the 1700s and living history sites that can help you travel back in time. So see the exhibits, and check out the treasures and artifacts hidden away in the museums of St. Augustine.

St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum

(904) 829-0745
100 Red Cox Road
St. Augustine Light House

Climb 219 steps to the top for breathtaking views of the nation's oldest city and the Atlantic Ocean.

St. Photios Greek Shrine

(904) 829-8205
41 St. George Street

Visitors may step into the St. Photios Greek Orthodox Shrine to pray, light a candle, and to view their magnificent chapel.

Villa Zorayda Museum

(904) 829-9887
83 King Street
St. Augustine's Villa Zorayda Museum is built to one-tenth the scale of a portion of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain.

The Villa Zorayda was built in the late 19th century to replicate a portion of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain.

World Golf Hall of Fame

(904) 940-4123
One World Golf Place
The World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum is just north of St. Augustine, Florida.

Learn all about the accomplishments of golfers from around the world and the history of the game of golf.

Ximenez-Fatio House Museum

(904) 342-8887
20 Aviles Street
The Ximenez-Fatio House was once a fashionable boarding house in 19th-century St. Augustine.

Welcome to 1800s St. Augustine with a fascinating tour of this beautifully restored colonial house and museum.