Whether you visit St. Augustine for hours or days Ancient City Tours is the locally owned receptive tour operator that will take care of your needs.
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Every Night from Nov. 19, 2016 to Jan. 31, 2017
You’ll never forget Nights of Lights in St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and the Beaches… Florida’s Historic Coast! Nights of Lights traditionally begins Read more
Join us on our award winning Walking Ghost Tour.
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No group is too big… No tour is too small! Our Group Sales Department will handle all of your groups needs to make their trip to St. Augustine a truly memorable one.
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Sept 20, 1620A religious group known as the Puritans, left the village of Leiden in the Netherlands, setting sail for the North American continent. The ships were the Mayflower and the Speedwell. The Speedwell ended up turning back due Read more
Ponce De Leon landed on the strange land of what later would be known as Saint Augustine, Florida on April 3rd, 1513. When he gets off of his ship, he meets these tall, tan, healthy looking individuals. The Timucua Read more
Have you ever wondered what our tour guides will be doing while school is on Summer break? Well, not only will we be increasing our knowledge of the town’s history but we will be creating new itineraries Read more
I feel it only right to introduce myself. My name is Morganne and I have been a tour guide with Ancient City Tours and A Ghostly Encounter since 2008. If you also follow our Ghostly Encounter Blog Read more
Did you know your day doesn’t have to end when the bus heads home? Of course it not, Ancient City Tours works with many parents to arrange Jadditional activities, Read more
If you’re planning a trip to St.Augustine or already a resident you should definatly visit http://www.nationsoldestcity.com to find out about events happening in the city! A trusted site for all the information you need when looking for things to Read more
you should really round off any historical trek through the Ancient City with a stop at the Spanish Military Hospital. The building itself is just a reconstruction of the hospital of Our Lady Of Guadalupe that stood on Read more