Great little museum, lots of information on st Augustine and history of the place! Free and nice toilets!
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Pros: The history of early St. Augustine was very interesting, if a bit repetitive of Castillo de San Marcos' exhibits. The interactive archaeology game was fun and offered interesting tidbits about some artifacts found in St. Augustine. Cons: Exhibit layout was a bit confusing at...More
We decided to stop here on a very hot day. It was air-conditioned really nicely so that was a relief. It has very good historical information in both Spanish and English on the settlement of St. Augustine and archeology. It's super clean and they have...More
As you visit the Plaza, be sure to duck in to see the latest exhibit at Government House. So many important decisions of government were made in this place. Exhibits change. Currently there is a fabulous exhibit (English and Spanish) on Florida History. Interactive and...More
This museum is sponsored by UP and tells the story of Florida, Spanish Florida, and St Augustine. It also tells the history of the building itself and how structures changed their purpose over the years. It's free and well done. It is not a cheesy...More
Building easily to find as it is at the Plaza de la Constitution in the heart of downtown. Exhibits are well done spanning the founding years of St. Augustine. Early Spanish Artifacts are shown along with the process of how they were discovered are very...More
The Government house is a museum sponsored and supported by the University of Florida, located in a terrific historical building, just west of the historic plaza, in the heart of downtown. The current exhibit is about the archaeological excavations and history unearthed by the University....More
This museum doesn't have a lot of displays, it's mostly pictures with a lot of reading, but if you like history, which IS St. Augustine, this place is great.