Not sure if this is actually the oldest but kind of cool. Did not take tour. Next time. Very interesting part of St. George St. Check it out.
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One of the many souvenir shops on the old street section The shop keeper is very nice, but hoping you will make a purchase or two. You step foot inside and you can sense the age. It is really interesting.
This historic building is very much out of place in this bustling street with all it's modern amenities but because of that it stands out against the brasher and less architecturally friendly counterparts. Worth visiting for the historical value.
Strange to find on the pedestrian mall which provides food and fantasy purchases to tourists, this slice of history. Since the shopping area is located in old refurbished buildings maybe it was not so unusual to find the old schoolhouse in the midst of this...More
OLD mannequins with very old audio tracks. If new mannequins (maybe some that had all their limbs) and new audio were to be recorded, it might be worth a second time. One time only but would not waste money to visit a second time.
Right on St. George Street in the "touristy" area. Couldn't go inside and there was no sign saying when it was built.
I visited St. Augustine with my family in July. We loved Saint George Street and the historic area. One of our first stops was the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse. I noticed the large anchor and chain wrapped around the house. I didn't realize it was to...More