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Travel Back in time to the Spanish Military Hospital, where the doctor is always in. Our fully guided tours take you back to the Colonial Spanish days of medicine. Learn why the Spanish were considered 400 years ahead of their time in medicine. See...more
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about a 30min tour - had coupon from Local Flavor so it was EVEN BETTER. I did this for the family but I was SO GLAD we experienced it. The 20-30min experience was worth every penny. they were knowledgeable and friendly and extremely interesting. again,...More
This museum is a must see, when visiting downtown St. Augustine. Great history lesson for all. Go any day during the week to get a personalized tour from one of the re-enactors. Weekends are entirely too crowded. One thing some people may not like is,...More
I loved seeing all the old medical equipment used in st Augustine. It was so interesting to hear about medical history and how the people of Spain had really set the standard. I loved seeing the equipment as well as the different herbs used for...More
The gal we had as a docent was fabulous- she mixed humor in with the information and kept our kids ages 6 & 10 engaged- not an easy task! That being said we are a medical family- so interest is higher. ASK questions- she was...More
Yes!! The guides are great with kids and they keep them interested. They do several medical demonstrations with the kids as participants. My Daughter went last year with her 4th grade class and they loved it. She loved... More
Yes!! The guides are great with kids and they keep them interested. They do several medical demonstrations with the kids as participants. My Daughter went last year with her 4th grade class and they loved it. She loved it so much she went back to see it again this year. The key point they drive home is how advance, at the time, the Spanish medicine was compared with English medicine. They also talk about living conditions, Spanish history and payment/care of hospital staff. The tour is done in English.