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“a 19th-century haven for sea captains and soldiers”
Experience one of St. Augustine's most authentic historic sites; a 19th-century haven for sea captains and soldiers; writers and rebels; tourists and travelers. Fragrant orange trees introduce visitors to this remarkably preserved inn. Learn about Seminoles and statehood; food and fashion; and bathing Displays include a rare circa 1650 Caravaca Cross. A National Historic Landmark; south of the plaza.
Incredibly informative and well-thought out exhibitions help to explain several eras of life in St Augustine. The self-guided tour allows you to take your time (or hurry up) as you wish. Lots to... Read more
Located on Aviles Street, which has the distinction of being the oldest street in America, is the Ximenez-Fatio House. This historic home operated as a female owned boarding house from the... Read more
Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
- Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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