The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Spanish Garrison Town of the 18th Century. In the Historic District on St. George Street. Bull and Crown Publick House - Sip and dine on authentic fare in this 18th century styled British pub. Explorer’s Outpost features replica weaponry, maps, and accessories as well as a wide selection of shells, gems, provisions, Dippin’ Dots, souvenirs, toys, and locally-crafted curiosities. Imagine how the Spanish soldiers would have felt at the top of this watchtower and pinpoint the new and old landmarks. There's so much to do and see in the Colonial Quarter! Climb a 17th Century Watchtower Replica - Climb up 35 feet to the top of their replica watchtower from the 17th Century. See a 16th Century Sailing Vessel Crafted by Hand - Watch as a Boatwright crafts a 50-foot caravel that sits one story in the air! The Leatherworker's Shop - This colonial leather shop is full of authentic hides and tools of old St. Augustine. Forge Away with the Blacksmith - Observe as their colonial blacksmith works hard at his forge! Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps. Visitors can experience three centuries of St. Augustine's vivid history through interactive activities and more at the Colonial Quarter. The Colonial Quarter attraction reveals St. Augustine's history as a fledgling port and allows guests to partake in authentic musket drills, climb to the top of a 17th century watchtower replica, and dine and drink in 18th century style at the Bull and Crown or the Taberna Del Caballo. Historic Dining. Menu & Reservations Make Reservations . Journey back in time through the history of St. Augustine. The Colonial Quarter is located on St. George Street. A visit here takes you back more than 300 years and offers you a chance to engage in a variety of interesting activities and see numerous points of interest. Caravels were used by the Spanish in the 16th century, including Juan Ponce De Leon who claimed Florida for Spain in 1513 as well as Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles who founded St. Augustine in 1565. Colonial Quarter 33 St. George Street Saint Augustine FL 32064. 33 St. George Street, St. Augustine, FL, 32084. This two-acre revamped attraction takes vacationers and locals back in time through three centuries of the formation and creation of the nation's oldest city. There is much to do and see in and around this historic area. Get directions, reviews and information for Colonial Quarter in Saint Augustine, FL. This two-acre revamped attraction takes vacationers and locals back in time through three centuries of the formation and creation of the nation's oldest city. Here St. Augustine's brilliant past comes to life with multiple living history demonstrations, guided tours complete with detailed history of the city and more. Glimpse into the thrilling past of the 14th Colony and see what life was like in St. Augustine under years of British rule. The town teems with craftsmen, trade and military and devout missionaries. The St. Augustine Colonial Experience allows you to understand the success of the oldest permanent European Settlement in North America.

Take an immersive, captivating journey through centuries of St. Augustine's rich history, brought to breathtaking life at the Colonial Quarter—the revitalized two-acre signature attraction in the heart of the downtown historic district. From our distinctive 35-foot watchtower and colonial buildings to shops and dining. The original site of the home sits in the northwest corner of the building and remains remarkably well preserved. This section of the attraction guides visitors on a journey through the city's first days as a trading port and as the first European waterfront community in the Americas. learn more. Taberna Del Caballo - Dine in 18th Century style at his authentic taberna and enjoy Spanish music, light tapas, cold beverages and an intimate atmosphere. The Colonial Quarter is where visitors can experience hundreds of years of Colonial Spanish and British living history in St. Augustine. PURCHASE TICKETS . The Spanish Quarter, also known as the Colonial Quarter, captures the essence of St. Augustine’s rich heritage. Help defend the 18th Century Garrison Town as St. Augustine comes under fire! This 1770s printing press was recreated using Colonial Williamsburg blueprints and replica press copies of the day. History awaits you. The lady of the house is cooking for her family and her husband is away at the fort training. 42 Reviews (904) 342-2857 Website. Donna Smith Baker on April 2, 2014 - 10:31am, Dennis McMahan on September 23, 2013 - 5:39pm. Experience the rich history of the city as the British take over the colony, the American Revolution breaks out and then the British attack the rebellious Southern colonies. 10am - 5pm. Climb the watchtower and look for ships on the horizon. Hundreds of years ago a settler by the name of Lorenzo Gomez lived here with his wife and three children! Begin at the flag that likely flew on Juan Ponce de Leon's ship and end at today's 50 stars and stripes. Enjoy the exciting atmosphere inside and out on their open air deck. St. Augustine Light is situated 1½ miles southeast of Colonial Quarter. The Spanish soldiers are up in arms defending their town from the British and fighting to save the slaves' freedom. The Soldier's Home - Tour this 18th Century home and see what it was like to live during the early Spanish Colonial days. The St. Augustine Light Station is a private-aid to navigation and an active, working lighthouse in St. Augustine, Florida. You can peer into the ship's inner workings as well and imagine how travel was in the days of early exploration. Come browse a one-of-a-kind gift shop located in the heart of St. Augustine’s historic district as part of the Colonial Quarter museum complex. Click on the red icons below to learn more about great places to shop, eat, learn, and experience the music that the Colonial Quarter has to offer. The first St. Augustine is born in the 16th Century with Spanish influence. Travelers can enjoy a Historic Adventure Tour with a resident of Colonial Quarter St. Augustine as they are taken on an interactive, immersive journey through history. Photo: Gazette Print Shoppe - Don British Colonial garb and imagine how the East Florida Gazette Print Shoppe would function in the days of 18th Century British St. Augustine! Fire off in a Musket Drill - Learn to lock, load and fire your 17th century replica musket with the garrison's military gunsmith!