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Tours are available on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 10am.
Housed in the historic Nassau County jail, the Amelia Island Museum of History showcases the island’s 4,000 years of Florida history.
Castillo de San Marcos symbolizes the clash between cultures which ultimately resulted in our uniquely unified nation.
Experience a town in historic Spanish Florida where costumed interpreters go about daily life in 1740.
HistoricTours of Flagler College highlight the architectural heritage of the former Hotel Ponce de Leon. A National Historic Landmark.
Fort Caroline memorializes the short-lived French presence in sixteenth century Florida. Here you will find stories of exploration, survival, religious disputes, territorial battles, and first contact between American Indians and Europeans.
Go Tuk’n’s kid’s tours and scavenger hunts are perfect for you and your children. Children’s tours start at only $10.
Housed in a 1902 fire station, 700 Artifacts and a steam engine used to fight 1901 great Jacksonville fire.
Historical site that includes the ruins of 25 of the original slave cabins, barn, kitchen building, and main house.
Artifacts include items related to Harriet Beecher Stowe, items related to the Civil War era and the steamship Maple Leaf and an Art Gallery featuring Mandarin artists.
If you are interested in maritime history, pirates, or French and Spanish treasure fleets, make sure you visit this museum located in beautiful downtown Fernandina Beach.
Exhibits include vehicles, equipment, weapons, displays, and memorabilia.
The Museum offers educational programs to school groups giving them a basic knowledge of their past.
Built prior to 1763, the school remains as it was over two centuries ago.
Situated atop St. Johns Bluff, the monument provides a commanding view of the St. Johns River.
Explore an authentic reconstruction of a Military Hospital that stood on this site during the Second Spanish Colonial Period, 1784-1821.
A National Historic Landmark, the Gonzalez-Alvarez House is the oldest surviving Spanish Colonial dwelling in Florida.