Along Florida's Historic Coast, history comes alive in red-brick lanes leading to centuries-old churches, in forts where soldiers still walk the grounds, and on horse-drawn carriage rides through time. The oldest permanent European settlement on the North American continent reflects its long history and varied cultural influences in its streets, buildings and residents. What makes St Augustine so genuinely endearing is the accessibility of its rich history via countless top-notch museums and the authenticity of its centuries-old architecture, monuments and narrow cobbled lanes.
Visit the Castillo de San Marcos, the oldest masonry fort in the United States. Walk through three centuries of life in the Colonial Quarter and explore the riches of the Pirate and Treasure Museum. The Lightner Museum, housed inside one of Henry Flagler's former hotels, offers a wide variety of artifacts including an ancient mummy and a stuffed lion that once belonged to Winston Churchill.
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