"The Lightner (then air) Museum" Lightner Museum Tip by heitzenrater
Lightner Museum, Saint Augustine: 13 reviews and 25 photos
The Lightner Museum in the Old City was one of three hotels built by the oil magnet Henry Flagler (founder of Standard oil with John D. Rockefeller) to house the rich and famous who wintered in Florida.
Step back to the 19th century at the Lightner Museum in downtown St Augustine, the nation's oldest city, just 30 minutes south of Jacksonville. Beautiful exhibits include fine and decorative arts, unusual home furnishings, and Tiffany stained glass. The collections also include Victorian collectibles and costumes, and even mechanical musical demonstrations. The museum is in what was once the Alcazar Hotel, an historic landmark dating back to 1887 with a restaurant, the Café Alcazar, in the old massive swimming pool!
Admission: Adults: $8; Children 12-18: $2; Children under 12: free.
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Address: 75 King Street, St. Augustine, Florida 32084
Directions: King and Cordova
75 King St
St. Augustine, FL
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