St. Augustine Highlight Tour
Day 1 You'll See:
- Alligator Farm
- Oldest Lighthouse
Day 2 You'll See:
- The Beach
- Ghost Tour
Day 3 You'll See:
- Spanish Military Hospital Museum
- Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse
- Ripley's Believe it or Not!
- Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park
The St. Augustine Alligator Farm thrills and educates group travelers on a daily basis. The Alligator Farm teaches guest to appreciate and understand crocodiles, alligators and all other wildlife. The Alligator Farm offers a thrilling way for travelers to view these magnificent creatures. Group Travelers will love the up-close experience.
The St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum is devoted to discovering, preserving, presenting and keeping alive the story of the nation’s oldest port. Group travelers will enjoy this historic destination and all it has to offer.
Swim, surf, bask in the sun and enjoy a day at one of St. Augustine's beautiful beaches.
Listen to tales of spirits that haunt St. Augustine and its famous landmarks.
Spanish Military Hospital Museum
Travel back in time when your group visits Spanish Military Hospital, where the doctor is always in. Your group will hear untold history as the guides demonstrate revolutionary colonial surgery techniques. See the apothecary’s garden and herbs which are still used in medicines today. Learn how people lived and dressed in another time.
Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse
Located near the City Gates, The Old School House is an existing building of another time. Built over 200 years ago, while Florida was under the rule of Imperial Spain, it was built of red cedar and cypress and put together with wooden pegs and handmade nails.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum
Visit Ripley’s First and Oldest Believe It or Not! Our museum includes family fun for all ages. Collections include real shrunken human heads, pirates, and even take your picture with The Lizard Man! Over 800 other exhibits, artifacts, artwork and so much more await you.
Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park
The Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park is a 15-acre waterfront historical site where St. Augustine, Florida began in 1565. This is the location where Spanish Explorer Pedro Menendez de Aviles, in 1565, established the first and oldest permanent European Settlement in the United States of America.