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Flagler College

74 King St, P. O. Box 1027, St. Augustine, FL 32084-4342
+1 904-823-3378
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Flagler College's historic campus is located just four miles from the Atlantic Ocean in the heart of St. Augustine, Fla., the “nation’s oldest city.”The college is named for Henry Morrison Flagler, a Gilded Age industrialist, railroad pioneer and partner with John D. Rockefeller in Standard Oil. In 1888, Flagler built the Hotel Ponce de Leon, his first in a series of luxury resorts along Florida’s east coast. A masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance architecture and the first major poured-in-place concrete building in the United States is now known as Ponce de Leon Hall. This National Historic Landmark serves as the centerpiece for the Flagler College.The grand hotel launched the careers of young architects John Carrere and Thomas Hastings who are noted most for the New York Public Library and the House and Senate Office Buildings adjacent to the Capitol in Washington, D.C.The Edison Electric Company powered the building with steam heat and 4,000 electric lights, making the Ponce one of the nation’s first electrified buildings. Louis Comfort Tiffany is credited with the building’s interior design including the stained glass and mosaics. Murals were completed by George Willoughby Maynard and Virgilio Tojetti.The hotel was gifted to Flagler College when the institution was founded in 1968. Since then, the college has spent more than $43 million dollars restoring the historic campus and adding new buildings.
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74 King St, P. O. Box 1027, St. Augustine, FL 32084-4342
+1 904-823-3378
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Take a tour given by the students of Flagler College. Excellent! You leave feeling Ike you have just experienced one of the greatest history lessons you were ever privy to. Be sure you really look at the Tiffany windows. They are gorgeous. Location is very...More

Thank Patricia P
Reviewed 4 days ago

We came to town for our 10th anniversary and kept hearing Flager was worth checking out, so we did. First time we wandered over, we had already missed the tour, but we came back another day to do it and were glad we did. You...More

Thank hill65
Reviewed 4 days ago

We walked through Flagler years ago with the student who was a friend of the family. This time we took the $10, student-led guided tour, which was wonderful. Toured the courtyard, the lobby, the dining hall, and the ladies lounge. If you're interested at all...More

Thank Matt S
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The only way you'll get to see the famous Tiffany glass windows is by doing this tour, and you get your money's worth. The young guide, Rose, was incredibly slick in her patter, highly informative and professional. Really enjoyed it, highly recommended.

Thank 800MeganG800
Reviewed 5 days ago

You can walk in and tour the courtyard and lobby or take a scheduled tour. It is a beautiful property and one of the gems in our historic area.

Thank Lorrie W
Reviewed 5 days ago

This former hotel, built by tycoon Henry Flagler has been beautifully restored. Nice place to visit.

Thank Thunderbird12
Reviewed 6 days ago

We caught the first tour in the morning on a Sunday while it was still relatively cool. Students at the college led the tour around the campus and the main building. Lots of history and Tiffany glass everywhere!!

Thank Boilrmkr
Reviewed 1 week ago

the college has some great history to the area and if you have the time just walk around campus and see the history of the flagler family

Thank seminoles824
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a nice place to go for a quick visit and to better understand the essence of St. Augustine as the "Winter Newport" of the Rich & Famous of the early 20th Century. Highly recommend!!

Thank Felix M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our family of four stopped here while in St. Augustine. Had a student from the college take us around and provided us with fun facts and descriptions. Definitely worth the trip. My only suggestion would be to have smaller groups for tour so that we...More

Thank Anita K
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4 June 2017|
Response from Carmen L C | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the late reply, our tour with teenagers lasted around 45 mins. There were some stairs to enter the main Lobby, not sure if w/c ramp was an option. I did see an elevator, but, it was not part of the tour. Hope my... More
12 April 2017|
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Response from Danielle R | Reviewed this property |
Handicap parking is free in the parking garage at the visitor center and in city owned lots, garage parking requires ID, my husband did not have his but they accepted mine
25 March 2017|
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Response from Flaglers_Legacy | Property representative |
Because we are located in the heart of downtown St. Augustine, we suggest the Historic Downtown Parking Facility adjacent to the Visitor Information Center at 10 South Castillo Drive. For more information about parking in... More