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Tickets en St Augustine Area - FL

Visita la ciudad más antigua de los Estados Unidos y disfruta de una dosis del sol cálido de Florida y descubre su fascinante historia. San Agustín es conocida por sus hermosas playas de arena y su impresionante arquitectura, edificios antiguos. Al subir a bordo del Old Town Trolley de San Agustín, tendrás la oportunidad de ver la antigua ciudad en todo su esplendor, lugares de interés histórico como el lugar donde Ponce de León desembarcó por primera vez a tierra, las atracciones únicas como el cocodrilo Farm. Tendrás la oportunidad de subir y bajar cuando quieras. De los museos a las obras maestras arquitectónicas como el Ponce de Leon Hotel, ahora Flagler College, de la más antigua escuela de madera, la mejor opción para ver en un día lo más significativo del aciudad. Sólo Old Town Trolley de San Agustín ofrece lo mejor de la ciudad en un viaje encantador.

desde 21,66 €

St. Augustine is a golfer's paradise.
Take a tour of the 35,000 square foot World Golf Hall of Fame, grab a bucket of popcorn and enjoy a flick with dynamic sound and visuals at the World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX Theater. Then, shop for that latest golf apparel and accessories at St. Augustine Premium Outlets.

167 San Marco Ave

Home to prisoners for over 60 years, the Old Jail in St. Augustine looks more like a resort than a maximum-security facility. The original structure was built in 1891 by Henry Flagler, and although it has been restored and renovated throughout the years, it looks very much the way it did when it opened over a century ago.

Today, visitors to the Old Jail can take a guided tour, learn about the many prisoners and practices that took place here and see where the Sheriff and his wife and family lived— adjacent to where the prisoners were housed.

Meet Sheriff Joe Perry who had a reputation as being a harsh and strict warden – one of the toughest in the South. Walk through the men’s and women’s cells and see where executions took place in the gallows. Discover the history behind judicial practices in the 19th century and see an array of weapons and artifacts.

Adults and children are thoroughly entertained by our costumed actors who portray deputies from the early days and everyone gets a chance to try and escape! The Old Jail is one of just a few prisons of its kind still standing and makes for a great sightseeing and history adventure.

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167 San Marco Ave

Gain a greater understanding of the evolution of Florida, the people who helped shape its future and the rich past that it represents at the St. Augustine History Museum.

Stroll through a myriad of displays and exhibits to learn how four different nations ruled over this quaint beach town and how each one made an indelible mark on its culture and personality. In the St. Augustine History Museum, a Spanish treasure room showcases a magnificent collection of items found on actual sunken ships. A Timucuan Indian Village and Florida Cracker trading post provide an up-close look at how the earliest settlers lived and made a living.

Visitors will learn the amazing facts about the different periods of St. Augustine’s history where the British, Spanish and French dominated the city and how it came to be a part of the United States of America. More than four centuries of war, government and heritage are featured throughout the museum’s various displays.

Discover Henry Flagler’s undeniable influence upon the city, from his stunning architectural masterpieces that still stand throughout St. Augustine, to his historic triumphs in the railroad industry.

The St. Augustine History Museum is an ideal stop for guests of any age - an educational and enlightening experience that offers an in-depth look at Florida’s amazing history.

desde 5,35 €

167 San Marco Ave

Watch in amazement as our friendly clerks, butcher and snake oil salesman demonstrate the very latest inventions for turn-of-the-century living. Meet the proprietor, Mr. C.F. Hamblen. Step back in time and discover the latest and best time saving miracles from 1900!
See items such as: Steam-driven tractors, Farm equipment, Tonics & elixirs, Goat powered washing machine, Bikes & trikes, Guns & ammunition, Gossip and so much more.

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167 San Marco Ave

St. Augustine Combo Package includes the following: 3 Day Pass on the Old Town Trolley and admission to the St. Augustine History Museum, Oldest Store Museum Experience, and the Old Jail.
Old Town Trolley Tour
Sit back as the talented Old Town 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 and it's on with the tour.
St. Augustine Old Jail Completed in 1891, the jail housed prisoners for over 60 years. It is one of the few surviving 19th century jails. Explore the sheriffs quarters where he and his wife lived adjacent to 72 prisoners. Guests can visit the male and female cells, maximum security area and see a large collection of used 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. Guests can visit the Spanish Sunken Treasure Room, a Timucan Indian Village and the Florida Cracker Trading Post.
St. Augustine's Oldest Store Museum Experience Discover the latest and the best Time Saving Miracles from the Turn of the Century. It isn't simply a museum; it is an interactive experience with actors portraying characters you would have met in the 1908 store, with over 100,000 items!

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31 Orange St

Potter’s Wax Museum is located on Orange Avenue in historic St. Augustine and offers visitors a unique opportunity to see some of the world’s most famous people up close. America’s first and oldest wax museum, it was founded by George Potter, a man who traveled around the world as a young child with his family.
It was during one of his many trips that Potter visited a London wax museum and became inspired to create his own wax sculptures in America. Potter’s opened in 1948 and is home to more than 145 wax figures including celebrities, sports stars, dignitaries, politicians, entertainers, historical people and more. You’ll stand next to Harry Potter, his friends Hermione and Ron and his mortal enemy, Voldemort. You’ll see Presidents Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, John Adams and others. Benjamin Franklin, Cleopatra, Ponce de Leon and Elvis are also here - along with Annie Oakley and Davy Crockett. Imagine looking Michael Jordan in the eyes and getting your picture taken next to Henry the VIII and all of his wives.

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1 World Golf Place, St. Augustine, Florida

Located at World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida, The World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum celebrates the history of the game and the legacies of its 150 members through more than 4,000 artefacts, personal memorabilia, photography, video and interactive exhibitions.

Come and see the latest exhibits: THE PLAYERS Experience, Major Moments and Grace and Grit.

The World Golf Hall of Fame is unusual among sports halls of fame as it honours both men and women competitors in a single location.

Admission to the Hall of Fame includes entrance to the Museum (valid for the day of purchase AND the subsequent day), a chance to play over 160 courses on the state of the art simulator, one round on the 18-hole, natural-grass putting course and one shot on the Challenge Hole.

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Acompáñanos a bordo del autobús de los condenados. Escucharás relatos de personas desaparecidas que aún se pueden ver en numerosos lugares alrededor de la ciudad. El pasado tumultuoso trasciende en el presente a medida que viajamos a través de la antigua ciudad. Las historias que oirás provienen de años de investigación, cuentas personales y experiencias encantadas de la vida real. Pasarás por algunos de los sitios más aterradores y más emblemáticos, como el cementerio The Huguenot, el lugar de descanso final de las víctimas de la fiebre amarilla. Algunos visitantes de los cementerios han informado haber visto apariciones fantasmagóricas y orbes translúcidos.

desde 23,39 €