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“Splendor of the golden age”
Lightner Museum of St. Augustine is a museum of antiquities, mostly American Victorian, housed within a historic hotel building in a Spanish Renaissance Revival style. The building is an attraction in itself, centering on an open palm courtyard with an arched stone bridge spanning a fishpond.
The museum is one of the prettiest ones that I have been to considering it's both beautiful inside and out. It was formally the Alcazar Hotel and it has a lot of 19th century art and items.... Read more
When Henry Flagler developed his famous railroad that connected the East to the then-populous Key West, he needed his luxury travelers to have rest points along their journey. Therefore, he... Read more
We visited the Lightner Museum in downtown St. Augustine today. The Museum was a former resort from the Gilded Age called Hotel Alcazar. It was originally commissioned by railroad magnate Henry... Read more
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