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St. Augustine: Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour with Museum Entry

1. St. Augustine: Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour with Museum Entry

See historic St. Augustine on a guided 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.  There are 22 Stops conveniently located close to many places of interest in St. Augustine: 1) 167 San Marco Ave: Old Town Trolley Tours of St Augustine, The Old Jail, Oldest Store Museum Experience, St. Augustine History Museum, Gator Bob’s Trading Post, Spice & Tea Exchange 2) 10 W. Castillo Dr.: Visitor Information Center 3) 31 Orange Street: Potter’s Wax Museum, Old Drug Store, Tolomato Cemetery 4) 1 St. George Street: City Gates + St. George Street (historic walking mall), Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse 5) 20 S. Castillo Dr: Colonial Quarter, Pirate & Treasure Museum, Castillo de San Marcos 6) 6 Avenida Menendez: Bay View at the Best Western, Shipwreck Museum 7) 39 Hypolita Street: Hypolita Street and St. George Street, Columbia Restaurant 8) 38 Sevilla Street: Flagler Memorial Presbyterian Church + Grace United Methodist Church Ancient City Baptist Church 9) 81 King Street: Villa Zorayda Museum 10) 80 Cordova St: Lightner Museum, Flagler College 11) 112 Riberia Street: St. Augustine Distillery 12) 146 King Street: San Sebastian Winery 13) 139 King Street: Whetstone Chocolate Factory 14) 38 Cathedral Place: Plaza de la Constitucion, Government House, Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine 15) 22 St. Francis Street: Oldest House, Fernandez Llambias House 16) 111 Avenida Menendez: St. Augustine Marina, Schooner Freedom, The Black Raven Pirate Cruise 17) 1 S. Castillo Dr.: Castillo de San Marcos National Monument 18) 19 San Marco Ave: Ripley’s Believe It or Not! 19) 27 San Marco Ave: Old Town Trolley Welcome Center 20) 101 San Marco Ave: Mission of Nombre de Dios, Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche 21) 137 San Marco Ave: The Old Senator + Villa 1565 22) 11 Magnolia Ave: The Fountain of Youth

St. Augustine: Family-Friendly Guided Ghost Tour

2. St. Augustine: Family-Friendly Guided Ghost Tour

Discover the haunted history of America’s Oldest City on a guided walking tour through the Colonial Quarter of St. Augustine. Hear stories from four centuries of crime, scandal, adventure, piracy, and imprisonment. Walk down the Colonial Quarter by lamplight in search of lost spirits and visit the Castillo de San Marcos to find its founding phantoms. Whether it’s the ghosts of Yellow Fever or Ponce de Leon, you’re sure to encounter a wandering soul. Be captivated by true stories of crime, scandal, and piracy as you hear the legends behind historic landmarks such as 32 Charlotte Street, Castillo de San Marcos, Old City Gate, Huguenot Cemetery, Tolomato Cemetery, and the Old Wooden Schoolhouse.

St. Augustine: Hauntings and Ghosts Guided Tour by Golf Cart

3. St. Augustine: Hauntings and Ghosts Guided Tour by Golf Cart

Why walk when you can drive through the most haunted spots in town. In addition to its amazing history, St Augustine is known as one of the most haunted cities in the US. You will drive by some of these haunted sites: cemeteries, old churches and hotels that provide the perfect ambient to hear spooky ghost stories. Come join us if you dare… This one hour guided tour will bring you to the most haunted spots in St Augustine. Narrow streets paved in cobblestone provides the perfect atmosphere to immerse yourself in the city’s ghostly history. You will drive by the most iconic and haunted landmarks around the US oldest city: Former Ponce de Leon Hotel, Alcazar Hotel, Castillo de San Marcos. Huguenot and Tolomato Cemeteries.

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I loved learning the history of the area. One improvement I would suggest, I bought my pass online, but when I arrived, I waited in line with everyone. It would be nice if you had a window that just took the online QR codes so paying online was an advantage.

Very knowledgeable tour guides. We jumped on at the jail and made it all the way to the distilleries. We walked that area a little bit, and hopped on trolley that came through. Very convenient, and well worth the price of admission.

Very relaxing and informative.loved Kevin our driver of the trolley witty full of information. Woman at the ticket booth near jailhouse was very rude she should not deal with the public.

Great! Love that you can hop off & on. Tour guides are entertaining, especially Trevor. Good way to see history of St. Augustine along with shopping & food.

Good but would be nice if it took you by the lighthouse