Prepare to meet ghostly criminals hanged at the gallows in the Old Jail. Hear the trapdoor spring open and the rope snap tight as another apparition is set loose to prowl the yard. Feel the hair stand up on your neck as an icy-cold breath whispers a graveyard message in your face. The Paranormal Seekers are your guides at the Old Jail in St. Augustine, Florida. Halloween tours are forming now.
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Located in historical and coastal St. Augustine, Florida, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm offers visitors a memorable experience involving some of the state’s most recognizable wildlife. One of Florida’s oldest attractions, the farm was founded in 1893 by George Reddington and Felix Fire. The accredited zoological park has been expanding regularly ever since, periodically adding fun new family attractions.
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In addition to many different types of alligators and crocodiles featured in a variety of natural environments, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm also offers exhibits that include giant tortoises, birds of Africa, exotic birds and mammals, Komodo dragons, and a koi pond just to name a few of the major attractions in the park. One of the most poplar attractions is Maximo, the largest crocodile in the park – a saltwater crocodile native to Australia.
St. Augustine is the oldest European settlement in the United States. Its Spanish architecture, galleries and boutiques have an Old World Charm. Consider these top 10 family friendly attractions when visiting this jewel on Florida’s First Coast.
A little piece of Spain in the city of St. Augustine, Florida, you will want to be sure to include the Villa Zorayda Museum in your plans as you visit the area. The 1883 building is an architectural replica of part of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain, created by Franklin Smith. Faced with a lack of rock in Florida, Smith developed a combination of concrete and crushed coquina stone which would go on to influence building and architecture in the future of St. Augustine. The replica is 1/10th of the scale of the original, but provides a valuable historic and educational experience to the visitor with an interest in the Spanish influence in the area.
If you are searching for a truly unique way to explore St. Augustine, Florida, then you should definitely give the Scenic St. Augustine Boat Cruise a try. St. Augustine is well-known for its historic beauty. Its cobblestone streets contain plenty of stores to shop for antiques and indulge in your love of fine arts and arts and crafts. Few tourists, however, ever see St. Augustine by boat from the perspective of a local on the Scenic St. Augustine Boat Cruise.
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