- Learn how, why and when the British, Spanish and French dominated the city of St. Augustine and how Florida came to be a member state of the U.S.A.
- Explore four centuries of war, government rule and culture, and find out how early settlers made a living here
- See a special room of treasures taken from sunken Spanish ships and learn about historic triumphs in the railroad industry
Did you know that Florida was a United States territory until 1845, when it officially became a state? Get more fascinating facts about Florida at the St. Augustine History Museum, an educational hour or two off the beaten track that'll make you appreciate your time here even more!
Get away from theme parks and strip malls and spend some time getting to grips with the real Florida. There's more to the Sunshine State than meets the eye.
At the St. Augustine History Museum you'll learn how four different nations came to rule over a quaint beach town and made a permanent mark on its personality and culture.
Seek out the sparkly things taken from sunken ships in the Spanish treasure room. Witness how the early settlers worked and lived in a replica Timucuan Indian Village and Florida Cracker trading post, and learn how four centuries of war, government and heritage came to shape the Florida we love today.
Redeem your smartphone voucher at the ticket booth located at the Old Jail, 167 San Marco Ave.
- Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
- Changes are possible for this ticket
There is free parking available at the Authentic Old Jail.