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Old Town Trolley Tours: With nearly 500 years of history, including rule by Spain, Britain, and the U.S., St. Augustine is full of sights and attractions that entertain and educate. For over 30 years, Old Town Trolley has provided tours highlighting the best of the city. Visit the Alligator Farm in St. Augustine to be amazed, intrigued and thoroughly entertained. Do things like pet an alligator, watch a feeding and see wild species like Albino Alligators, herons, spoonbills and woodstorks. And visit St. Augustine's best Museums: The Old Jail, Oldest Store Museum Experience and St. Augustine History Museum.

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Adults $59.98
Children (6-12) $32.99

Old Town Trolley Tours: With nearly 500 years of history, including rule by Spain, Britain, and the U.S., St. Augustine is full of sights and attractions that entertain and educate. For over 30 years, Old Town Trolley has provided tours highlighting the best of the city. The Old Jail: Built by Henry Flagler in 1891 and placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1987, the Jail was operational for more than 60 years and housed 72 prisoners at a time. Oldest Store Museum Experience: Our local actors and storytellers make this tour with the items and inventions from the turn-of-the-century come to life! St. Augustine History Museum: A combination of historical displays and private collections bring over 400 years of Florida history to life. Alligator Farm: The Alligator Farm was opened in 1893 and has been a favorite stop to travelers from all over world ever since.

Your Maximo Package Includes:

  • Your Ticket is Good for 3 Consecutive Days
  • Hop On & Off at 23 Old Town Trolley Stops
  • Fully Narrated Tour of St. Augustine
  • 100% Money-Back Guarantee
  • Admission to The Old Jail
  • Admission to Oldest Store Museum Experience
  • Admission to St. Augustine History Museum
  • Admission to Alligator Farm
  • FREE Beach Shuttle to Alligator Farm, Lighthouse and Beach
  • EXCLUSIVE stops at Old Jail, Potter’s Wax Museum & Old Drug Store

St. Augustine Old Town Trolley Tours

Relive the story of the first settlement in North America as you visit Castillo de San Marcos, the Spanish fort built in the 17th century. Visit the world famous spring that Ponce de Leon deemed the Fountain of Youth, where you can actually sample the water. Explore the site of the first Mass in America at the Mission of Nombre de Dios. Experience early St. Augustine as you tour old St. Augustine Village, featuring houses from the 18th and 19th centuries.

Old Town Trolley Tours makes exclusive stops at the Old Jail, St. Augustine History Museum, Potter’s Wax Museum, the Spanish Military Hospital, and the Ximenez-Fatio House. You’ll also see the Gonzalez-Alvarez House, the oldest documented colonial house in Florida, lived in by British, Spanish and American colonists. Visit the San Sebastian Winery; Explore Flagler College, built by Henry Morrison Flagler, an industrialist, railroad pioneer and oil magnate, who originally used the building as a hotel then known as Ponce de Leon hotel.

There’s no better way to see all the St. Augustine attractions than with Old Town Trolley Tours Look for the orange and green trolleys for the best sightseeing tour in town!

The Old Jail

Take a guided tour led by the “jailers” for a compelling look at the cells where imprisoned men and women once lived, the maximum security area reserved for the most nefarious criminals and a collection of weapons.

Visitors can also take a look at the cell blocks, gallows and sheriff’s quarters. See where the sheriff, his wife and children lived, right upstairs from the prisoners, and how they used their own kitchen to prepare meals for the inmates. A tour through this attraction will show visitors what life was like as an inmate and how the Old Jail helped shape St. Augustine’s history.

Oldest Store Museum Experience

Watch in amazement as our friendly clerks, butcher and snake oil salesman demonstrate the very latest inventions for turn-of-the-century living. Meet the proprietor, Mr. C.F. Hamblen. Step back in time and discover the latest and best time saving miracles from 1900!

St. Augustine History Museum

Henry Flagler was a powerhouse and catalyst for change in the real estate and transportation industries. His contributions to Florida are documented and displayed throughout the St. Augustine History Museum. As you tour through, you’ll also see authentic artifacts, unpublished photographs and learn about the evolution of St. Augustine and Florida under Spanish and British rule. More than 400 years of history is on display including toys and dolls from the early 19th and 20th centuries, a replica of a Spanish galleon and real gold, silver and jewelry found in lost treasures off the Florida coast. Housed on the Old Jail, the museum offers another level of insight into Florida’s past.

Alligator Farm

Visit the Alligator Farm in St. Augustine to be amazed, intrigued and thoroughly entertained. Do things like pet an alligator, watch a feeding and see wild species like Albino Alligators, herons, spoonbills and woodstorks. You’ll also get a gander at toucans, parrots, Australian emus and seven different types of monkeys. Gaze in amazement at Maximo, a 36-year-old, 15 foot, 1,250 pound Crocodile. If his massive size and weight don’t astound you, the story of his life, so far, probably will. He was captured as an egg in Australia and was donated to the United States. Experts say he could live to be 60 or even 80 years old. Another fascinating exhibit features Gomek, a preserved crocodile that was 18 feet long and weighed 2,000 pounds. Founded by two local St. Augustine men, George Reddington and Alex Fire, The Alligator Farm was opened in 1893 and has been a favorite stop to travelers from all over world ever since.

Old Town Trolley Stops in St. Augustine

Hop on and off at any of our 23 convenient stops.

  • 1
    Old Jail
  • 2
    Welcome Center US1
  • 3
    Visitor Information Center
  • 4
    Potter’s Wax Museum
  • 5
    City Gates
  • 6
    Colonial Quarter
  • 7
    Best Western/Bay Views
  • 8
    St. George Street
  • 9
    Churches
  • 10
    Villa Zorayda Museum
  • 11
    Lightner Museum
  • 12
    St. Augustine Distillery
  • 13
    San Sebastian Winery
  • 14
    Whetstones Chocolate Factory
  • 15
    Plaza de la Constitucion
  • 16
    Spanish Military Hospital Museum
  • 17
    Oldest House
  • 18
    Castillo de San Marcos
  • 19
    Ripleys Believe It Or Not
  • 20
    Old Town Trolley Welcome Center
  • 21
    Mission of Nombre de Dios
  • 22
    Old Senator Tree & Howard Johnson Hotel
  • 23
    Fountain of Youth

Booth Locations

Stop 1 The Old Jail

Stop 2 Old Town Trolley Welcome Center - US 1

Stop 3 Visitor Information Center

Stop 5 The City Gates

Stop 20 Old Town Trolley Welcome Center - San Marco

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Old Town Trolley Tours

Tours depart continuously every 15 minutes.
9:00 am to 4:30 pm

December 24: Last tour is at 3pm.
December 25: Closed.

Hours of operation may be extended during holiday weekends and during peak season. Please call (904) 829-3800 for details.

First Tour of the Day:

Stop #1: The Old Jail: 9:00 am
Stop #2: Welcome Center US1: 9:03 am
Stop #3: Visitors Information Center: 9:11 am
Stop #4: Potter’s Wax Museum: 9:13 am
Stop #5: City Gates: 9:15 am
Stop #6: Colonial Quarter: 9:16 am
Stop #7: Best Western/Bay Views: 9:18 am
Stop #8: St. George Street: 9:22 am
Stop #9: Churches: 9:28 am
Stop #10: Villa Zorayda Museum: 9:32 am
Stop #11: Lightner Museum: 9:35 am
Stop #12: St. Augustine Distillery: 9:39 am
Stop #13: San Sebastian Winery: 9:41 am
Stop #14: Whetstones Chocolate Factory: 9:42 am
Stop #15: Plaza de la Constitucion: 9:46 am
Stop #16: Spanish Military Hospital Museum: 9:47 am
Stop #17: Oldest House: 10:01 am
Stop #18: Castillo de San Marcos: 10:08 am
Stop #19:
Ripleys Believe It Or Not: 10:11 am
Stop #20:
Old Town Trolley Welcome Center: 10:13 am
Stop #21:
Mission of Nombre de Dios: 10:16 am
Stop #22:
Old Senator Tree: 10:18 am
Stop #23:
Fountain of Youth: 10:19 am

Last Full Tour of the Day:
Please note that guests taking this tour will not be able to use the on/off feature.

Stop #1: The Old Jail: 4:30 pm
Stop #2: Welcome Center US1: 4:33 pm
Stop #3: Visitors Information Center: 4:41 pm
Stop #4: Potter’s Wax Museum: 4:43 pm
Stop #5: City Gates: 4:45 pm
Stop #6: Colonial Quarter: 4:46 pm
Stop #7: Best Western/Bay Views: 4:48 pm
Stop #8: St. George Street: 4:52 pm
Stop #9: Churches: 4:58 pm
Stop #10: Villa Zorayda Museum: 5:03 pm
Stop #11: Lightner Museum: 5:06 pm
Stop #12: St. Augustine Distillery: 5:11 pm
Stop #13: San Sebastian Winery: 5:14 pm
Stop #14: Whetstones Chocolate Factory: 5:15 pm
Stop #15: Plaza de la Constitucion: 5:20 pm
Stop #16: Spanish Military Hospital Museum: 5:27 pm
Stop #17: Oldest House: 5:32 pm
Stop #18: Castillo de San Marcos: 5:37 pm
Stop #19:
Ripleys Believe It Or Not: 5:40 pm
Stop #20:
Old Town Trolley Welcome Center: 5:42 pm
Stop #21:
Mission of Nombre de Dios: 5:45 pm
Stop #22:
Old Senator Tree: 5:47 pm
Stop #23:
Fountain of Youth: 5:49 pm

The Old Jail

Tours depart continuously every 20 minutes.
9:00 am with the last tour departing at 4:30 PM.

December 24: Last tour is at 3pm.
December 25: Closed.

Hours of operation are extended during holiday periods.
Please call (904) 829-3800 for details.

Oldest Store Museum Experience

Daily from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

December 24: Last tour is at 3pm.

December 25: Closed.

St. Augustine History Museum

Self guided tours daily from 8:30 till 4:30 pm.

December 24: Last tour is at 3pm.

December 25: Closed.

Alligator Farm

Open 365 days a year.
9am – 5pm.

Extended hours from Memorial Day to Labor Day:
9am – 6pm.

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