Old Town Trolley Tour
Sit back as the trolley conductors share the history, attractions and sights of America's oldest city. Founded by Pedro Menendez de Aviles in 1565, St. Augustine is a unique city filled with colonial Spanish neighborhoods, magnificent buildings and a charm all its own. The one hour tour features 23 stops and over 100 points of interest.
Tour at your own pace- Old Town Trolley Tours allows you to get off at any of the 23 convenient stops situated close to all popular attractions, shops and restaurants. When you're ready, just re-board. Stops include:
- Old Town St. Augustine
- The Old Jail
- St. Augustine History Museum
- Oldest Store Museum Experience
- Gator Bob's Trading Post
- Spice and Tea Exchange
- Visitors Information Center
- The Old Drugstore, Potter's Wax Museum, and Tolomato Cemetery
- City Gate and St. George Street (historic walking mall), Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse
- Colonial Quarter and Pirate & Treasure Museum
- Castillo de San Marcos
- Mantazas Bay View
- Hypolita Street @ St. George Street
- Medieval Torture Museum
- Flagler Memorial Presbyterian Church, Grace United Methodist Church, Ancient City Baptist Church
- Villa Zorayda
- Lightner Museum, Flagler College
- St. Augustine Distillery
- San Sebastian Winery
- Whetstone Chocolate Factory
- Plaza de la Constitucion, Government House, Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine
- Spanish Military Hospital Museum, Ximenez-Fatio House, Scenic Cruise, Schooner Freedom, Eco Tours, the Black Raven, Aviles St. and Beach Bus Stop
- Oldest House, Fernandez Llambias House
- Ripley's Believe It or Not!
- Old Town Trolley Welcome Center and Ghosts & Gravestones, Uptown San Marco Shopping District
- Mission of Nombre de Dios and Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche
- The Old Senator
- Fountain of Youth
St. Augustine Old Jail
Completed in 1891, the jail housed prisoners for over 60 years and is one of the few surviving 19th century jails. You can visit the sheriff's quarters, maximum security area and see a large collection of weapons.
St. Augustine History Museum
A combination of historical displays and private collections bring over 400 years of Florida history to life. The museum features displays of the various countries that ruled over St. Augustine: England, Spain and France. You can visit the Spanish Sunken Treasure Room, a Timucuan Indian Village and the Florida Cracker Trading Post.
St. Augustine's Oldest Store Museum Experience
Discover the latest and best inventions from the turn of the century. It's not just a museum, it's an interactive experience with over 100,000 items and actors portraying characters from 1908.