St. Augustine Historic District
St. George Street in St. Augustine
Take a short walk down St. George Street in St. Augustine’s historic district and you’ll find yourself taking a step back in time. Featuring several shops and restaurants, St. George Street is a must-see for any visit. The Pirate’s Museum, Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse and the Spanish Quarter Museum are all just off of St. George Street. The historic district is just five minutes from the Marriott St. Augustine hotels.
Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse
Built over 200 years ago the Old Wooden School House is a historic experience worth exploring while in St. Augustine. Located near the St. Augustine City Gates, this site is frequently visited by vacationers. It was built while Florida was still under the Imperial rule of Spain.
Old Town Trolley Tours
Explore the wonderful and historic city of St. Augustine aboard the infamous street trolleys. For nearly 30 years Old Town Trolley Tours has provided entertaining tours filled with fun facts and trivia. Pick-up and drop points are designated at both of our Marriott hotels so experiencing historic St. Augustine is hassle-free and convenient.
Directions From Courtyard:
|1. Start out going east on SR-16 E toward Fortner Rd.||4.5 mi.|
|2. Turn right onto N Ponce de Leon Blvd/US-1 S.||1.3 mi.|
|3. Turn left onto W Castillo Dr.||.02 mi.|
|4. Turn slight right onto Cordova St.||.02 mi.|
|5. Turn left onto Orange St.||.01 mi.|
|6. St. George St. is on your right.|