10 Things To See/Do In St. Augustine, Florida
Old City Gates- built in 1808 as a line of defense and the only way into the city.
St. George Street- the main thoroughfare with restaurants and shopping. Pedestrians only. Enter through the Old City Gates.
The Oldest Wood School House- built before 1716. Take a tour to see inside!
Grace United Methodist Church- built in 1887 in the Spanish Renaissance Revival style.
Memorial Presbyterian Church- built in 1889, go inside to take in its grand beauty and learn more!
The Oldest House- now a historic house museum, this house dates back to 1723.
St. Augustine Lighthouse- finished in 1874, this is a current working lighthouse.
Castillo de San Marcos- the oldest masonry fort in the United States, built in 1695, now part of the National Park Service.
Magnolia Avenue- beautiful historic street lined with Spanish Moss live oak trees.
Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park- the site of Ponce de Leon’s landing in America in 1513. Drink from the famous springs!
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