St. Augustine Historic District

Guided Tour of Historic St. Augustine

Get to know the historic quarter of St. Augustine through the eyes of a local tour guide.


The St. Augustine Historic District is a historic neighborhood in St. Augustine, Florida and is believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the United States. The area is known for its Spanish colonial architecture, cobblestone streets and historical sites.

Sights include the Castillo de San Marcos, a 17th-century fort, the Basilica of St. Augustine, the Lightner Museum, the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, and the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse.

There are also many galleries, shops and restaurants offering local arts, crafts and cuisine. Visitors can stroll through the historic district, take a horse-drawn carriage ride, or take a boat tour along the Matanzas River.

There are also various festivals and events throughout the year including the St. Augustine Spanish Wine Festival, the St. Augustine Celtic Festival and the St. Augustine Nights of Lights.

What to see Inside St. Augustine Historic District

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