The Colonial Spanish Quarter, a living history museum, is one of my favorites. The setting is 1740; costumed interpreters go about their daily life just as it was several hundred years ago in historic Spanish Florida.
Within the two acre village are several houses, shops and a tavern. Craftsmen, soldiers, housewives and merchants enjoy sharing their wealth of knowledge with visitors.
The newest project is the building of the Coopers and Treenware Makers shed. The cooper made buckets and repaired barrels and the treenware maker made wooden utensils. The shed has been built with construction methods that would have been used in the 18th Century.
This is a great place to experience early life in St. Augustine.
Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Daily
Admission: Adult – $6.89
Student (6-17) – $4.24
Family – $13.78
Group rates available
Colonial Spanish Quarter
53 St. George St.
St. Augustine FL 32084
Map and Directions
NOTE: Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the attraction.