Old Town Trolley in St. Augustine and What You Need to Know

Explore 500 years of history in one afternoon with the Old Town Trolley in St. Augustine! This popular tour company will take you through the most popular, must-see spots in the city. Plus, with their fun and knowledgeable tour guides, you can be sure you’re getting accurate and interesting information. Find out everything you need to know about these tours as well as how you can purchase three-day tickets from Agustin Inn!

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Go on a Tour with Old Town Trolley in St. Augustine

When you buy your tickets for Old Town Trolley in St. Augustine, be sure to purchase them directly from Agustin Inn! That way, you can get a three-day ticket rather than the standard one-day ticket when you purchase from Old Town Trolley Tour.

The Old Town Trolley Tours run from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every day of the week. The tours depart continuously every 15 minutes, so you’ll always be able to find a trolley to take you to your next stop!

There are 23 stops in total on the trolley tour. You can see them all on the St. Augustine Trolley map on their website, or read about them below:

  • Mission of Nombre de Dios: One of the most iconic sites in St. Augustine is The Great Cross, a 208-foot beacon of the city’s faith. This monument, as well as the museum and mission grounds, makes the Mission of Nombre de Dios a fantastic place to visit for any history buff visiting our city.
  • Old Jail in St. Augustine: Only the bravest among us should visit the Old St. Johns County Jail. This site, which was in operation from 1891 to 1953, is said to be one of the most haunted spots in town. During the day, visitors can tour the site, learning about life in the jail. At night, the Ghost & Gravestones Trolley Tour allows visitors to explore the grounds.
  • St. Augustine History Museum: The Nation’s Oldest City is bound to have a couple of centuries of fascinating history, and the St. Augustine History Museum is the perfect place to learn about how modern-day St. Augustine came to be. It covers over 400 years of history in a small space, explaining how England, France, Spain, and the United States each left a distinct footprint on our unique town.
  • Potter’s Wax Museum: St. Augustine, being the first continuously running colony in the United States, is home to many other “firsts.” One that may surprise you is the first wax museum in the country. It’s true! Potter’s Wax Museum, established in 1948, is the first of its kind in the United States. There are over 160 figures inside modeled after celebrities, athletes, and political figures.
  • Ripley’s Believe it or Not: Step away from the every day and experience the extraordinary! Ripley’s Believe it or Not is a fantastic family-friendly attraction that is sure to shock and delight. In total, there are 19 themed galleries with over 800 exhibits and artifacts, so you’ll have plenty to explore during your visit.
  • Villa Zorayda Museum: When you visit St. Augustine, you’ll see how the original Spanish colonists influenced the town’s architecture, food culture, and streets. Nowhere is this more apparent than Villa Zorayda Museum. It was built in 1883 by an eccentric millionaire who wanted a summer home similar to the Alhambra, a Moorish palace in Grenada. Today, visitors can enjoy self-guided tours of the mansion and enjoy the extravagant architecture and pristine antiques.
  • Spanish Military Hospital Museum: The doctor is in! The Spanish Military Hospital Museum showcases the many groundbreaking medical techniques cultivated by the Spanish settlers during the early days of colonization.
  • Lightner Museum: If you only have time to visit one museum, make it the Lightner Museum. It showcases the collections of Otto C. Lightner, who was a dedicated hobbyist and acquirer of artworks, antiques, and curios.
  • Colonial Quarter: Travel back to the earliest days of St. Augustine at Colonial Quarter! This living history museum is one of the best attractions on St. George Street. You’ll get to see live musket demonstrations, tour an authentic blacksmith shop, and get an amazing view at the Spanish watchtower.
  • St. Augustine Distillery: Exploring the city is sure to make you thirsty! Stop by the distillery to get a tour of the facility and sample of some small-batch spirits that are world-class.
  • Castillo de San Marcos National Monument: A visit to St. Augustine isn’t complete without touring the Castillo de San Marcos. You’ll be able to explore the fort at your leisure and chat with the reenactors in period dress. On Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, you’ll also get to see a weapons demonstration!

If you’d like to explore the spookier side of St. Augustine, you won’t want to miss out on the Ghost & Gravestones tour. This is one of the most popular ghost tours of St. Augustine, with great trivia, haunted sites, and an up-close look at the most haunted building in town, the Old Jail. This riding tour is available as an add-on attraction from Agustin Inn. Simply add this to your reservation, and we’ll do the rest!

Stay at Agustin Inn

There’s no better place from which to depart on the Old Town Trolley in St. Augustine than Agustin Inn! Our beautiful bed and breakfast is located in the center of downtown St. Augustine, just minutes from the best restaurants, bars, and attractions.

Enhance your stay with any of our many specials and packages! We offer everything you need to create a romantic vacation with your loved one. Consider booking the Champagne Romance Package, which includes one-dozen red roses, chocolate-covered strawberries, and a complimentary bottle of Champagne. This is such a wonderful extra touch to add to your romantic getaway.

Check our availability and book your stay today! We look forward to having you.

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