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Discover St Augustine: Attractions Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off
"On your visit to St Augustine take some time to learn the history of the oldest European-settled city in the United States. There are several ways to experience this historic city -- visit the Old Jail experience the Oldest Store museum explore the history museum and see the city via the Old Town hop-on hop-off trolley. It's a great way to see all that St Augustine has to offer.Old Jail: Built in 1890 by Henry Flagler the Old Jail of St Augustine is one of the oldest of its kind and despite being renovated maintains its original feel. It’s a perfect choice for families as actors dressed in time-period outfits take you back to the time when this was a maximum-security prison.St Augustine History Museum: Get a look into St Augustine's past at the history museum! With dozens of artifacts dating back centuries
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St Augustine Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour
"See and Visit.. Fountain of Youth Lightner Museum Castillo de San Marcos Ripley's ""Believe it or Not"" Flagler College St. George Street St Augustine's Oldest House
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Discover St Augustine: Attractions Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off
"On your visit to St Augustine take some time to learn the history of the oldest European-settled city in the United States. There are several ways to experience this historic city -- visit the Old Jail experience the Oldest Store museum explore the history museum and see the city via the Old Town hop-on hop-off trolley. It's a great way to see all that St Augustine has to offer.Old Jail: Built in 1890 by Henry Flagler the Old Jail of St Augustine is one of the oldest of its kind and despite being renovated maintains its original feel. It’s a perfect choice for families as actors dressed in time-period outfits take you back to the time when this was a maximum-security prison.St Augustine History Museum: Get a look into St Augustine's past at the history museum! With dozens of artifacts dating back centuries
From $39.00

More What to Pack in Cumberland Island

Day Trip Supplies

A daypack would be a good idea The coast is likely to be cooler and breezier than inland areas. Bring a sweater or coat (depending on the season) There is no vehicular transportation on the island....
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grandmaR
Sep 06, 2011

Bring All You'll Want or Need

Waterproof bags would be a good idea. Backpacks or suitcases? doesn't really matter, as you borrow handy carts to take your gear to your campsite. Then, return them back to the shore, near the ferry...
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LauraWest
Dec 30, 2006

be prepared!

Be sure to bring your own supply of water and food. There are no places to buy any on the island. There will be a lot of hiking, so make sure you wear comfortable shoes. Don't forget the sunscreen and...
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Katmosphere
Jun 01, 2006

Packing List

Only what you can carry on your back. Bring water bottles, cooking utensils, freeze dried meals, a tent, sleeping bag or hammock, insect repellent, and comfortable well broken in boots. And don't...
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taxing
Aug 25, 2002
 
 
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