Spring Tours and Limited Availability

January 17, 2019 1 Comment

Spring Tours and Limited Availability

Spring has sprung in St. Augustine!
Due to our limited availability of 60 people per tour, Historical Tours of Flagler College are selling out daily. If you are planning to visit between January through April, it is advised to purchase your tickets the day before the tour. Tickets are only available at the gift shop inside the College at 74 King Street.
We do not sell them online or take reservations. They are only available for purchase in person at our gift shop inside the College at 74 King Street.  

Tours of the Hotel Ponce de Leon, now home to Flagler College, is a national historic landmark famous for its Tiffany Windows, ornate murals and Spanish-Renaissance architecture, are offered throughout the year. 

Tours depart daily at 10 am and 2 pm from the main lobby (Rotunda) of the College located at 74 King Street. Because we are a College first, tours are subject to cancellations, please check our calendar for more information. 

Pricing is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors 60 years and older and military, and free children under the age of 10 with a paying adulting. St. Johns County residents are also free with a valid ID.

For group rates or additional information, please contact Flagler’s Legacy (904) 823-3378 or legacy@flagler.edu.

 





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Judy  Decker
Judy Decker

March 28, 2019

Can tickets for the Monday tour be purchased on Sunday?

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