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St Augustine: Old St. Augustine Village, Saint Augustine

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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Originally explored by Europeans in 1513, St Augustine: Old St. Augustine Village today serves as a historical center spanning four centuries of artifacts. Consisting of nine historical houses set amidst beautifully preserved gardens, learn about the history of the village within five exhibit galleries. Tours of the village are frequent and give you the chance to admire the Spanish-inspired architecture, including landmarks like the Ponce de Léon Hotel. You can examine the archaeological records of the 16th-century hospital and cemetery, along with the original town plans. Take the tour of the macabre Old Jail where guides in period dress reenact the processing of new prisoners; a pictorial history displays the multiple hangings of prisoners that occurred within the walls. Plan to visit St Augustine: Old St. Augustine Village during your Saint Augustine vacation using our convenient Saint Augustine family vacation planner.
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  • I loved the old buildings. How on earth are they still standing? Just amazing. A great day out and definately a must see for tourists who are not interested in roller coasters. 
  • Very nice way that they have preserved lots of the old buildings. If you're a history buff like myself, this is a "Must See". Go ahead and give it a try. You won't be disappointed. 
  • We had higher expectations. Too bad! Old Quebec is much more attractive. Everything is paid and unreasonable way. Much too touristy to our liking.
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  • This is an amazing town! Worth spending some time here looking around, shopping, and then head to the beach!
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