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St. Augustine: Trolley Tour & St. Augustine History Museum

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St. Augustine: Trolley Tour & St. Augustine History Museum

From US$ 34.31 per person

See all the St. Augustine's highlights at your own pace on this hop-on hop-off trolley tour. Step back in time as you learn about Florida's settlement history at the St. Augustine History Museum.

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Duration 1.5 hours
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Wheelchair accessible


  • Have the opportunity to take a drink from Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth
  • Enjoy full-day access to 22 stops through the highlights of St. Augustine
  • Explore sights like Castillo de San Marcos and Mission of Nombre de Dios
  • Uncover the secrets of the the oldest continuously settled city in the US
  • Avoid costly parking and city traffic as you explore St. Augustine by trolley
Full description

See historic St. Augustine on this full-day hop-on hop-off trolley tour. Listen as your conductors narrate the tour with a fascinating and fun mix of trivia and stories. Find out about the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in the country at the St. Augustine History Museum.

Enjoy a full 90-minute tour on the trolley or have the freedom to hop-on and hop-off at any of the 22 stops. Avoid getting through traffic or having to find and pay for parking. Let your conductor take care of navigating for you. Relive the story of the first settlement in North America as you see Castillo de San Marcos, the Spanish fort built in the 17th century. See the famous spring that Ponce de Leon which is deemed the Fountain of Youth, where you can actually sample the water. Explore the site of the first mass in America at the Mission of Nombre de Dios. Experience early St. Augustine as you tour Old St. Augustine Village, which features houses from the 18th and 19th centuries. Admire the Gonzalez-Alvarez House, the oldest documented colonial house in Florida which was lived in by British, Spanish, and American colonists. Immerse yourself in the 500 year history of the city as you view the exhibits at the St. Augustine History Museum. 

  • All day hop-on hop-off trolley ticket
  • Admission to St. Augustine History Museum
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Tips

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Pets
  • Luggage or large bags
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol and drugs

Know before you go

  • Social distancing is practiced on this tour
  • The tour departs every 15-20 minutes between 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM daily
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.7 /5

based on 82 reviews

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Hard driver was awesome. I believe his name was Mark. He had an indept knowledge of Saint Augustine history now only about the venues and places along the trail that were actual stops but also other things along the way that weren’t actually stops but he was able to narrate history regarding a whole bunch of these things and was very informative and entertaining and it was just fantastic.

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January 17, 2022

Everyone was very friendly and helpful. Smiles were everywhere. My guests had a wonderful time. The train drivers were very knowledgeable. They were careful to see that everyone was fully on or off and gave plenty of warning before moving on! Even though there were often lots of traffic I never felt the driver made decisions that would put us in danger. Thank you for a great day!

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January 8, 2022

It was actually great…eventually. Very informative and gave us an overview of what to expect and see in St.Augustine. Initially, however, the aloof Ticket Agent at the booth questioned, before confirming, our ticket reservations: “Where’d we get the tickets? Next time, come to him for discount tickets, etc.” I also asked questions about the mechanics of “hopping on and off” and when the last trolley would be, etc. The Ticket Agent could only coldly repeated himself with restrained disdain. Altogether, my visit to St. Augustine and Florida in general were not positive. Lifeless, impersonal robots like the Ticket Agent above should not be in the “hospitality” industry if they despise the very people who support it. He wasn’t the only one. Many others exuded misery with the exception of a very few…

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July 16, 2021

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