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See Florida’s history through the eyes of archaeologists. Come reveal the discoveries found at shipwrecks, learn how artifacts are preserved in the State’s Conservation Lab and stand in awe of Herman, the mastodon found in Wakulla Springs, all for free!
Springs Eternal: Florida’s Fragile Fountains of Youth features John Moran's 30-year project to photograph the springs of Florida. The exhibit features many striking pairs of then-and-now pictures depicting the reality that our springs--once a source of awe--are now a source of deep concern, due... Read More
New York Times best-selling author and college professor at Florida International University, James W. Hall is the master of literate Florida crime novels. Hall's books feature unique Florida landscapes that collide with human frailty and depravity. Hall explains how living in Florida shapes his writing.... Read More
Meet in the small parking lot past the county campground. Join the Ranger for a free walk over the mound with weapons demonstrations and ancient southeastern music. Visual aids, featuring the striking art of Theodore Morris, will help your mind\'s eye imagine the "shell cultures" who lived... Read More
The sounds of the ancient Celtic peoples of Scotland and Ireland are as alive today as ever at the St. Augustine Celtic Music Festival, March 7, 8 & 9, 2014 . Find the Celt in you as you take in the sights, sounds and tastes of centuries of this European history - The Nation's Oldest CELTIC City!... Read More
Apply today to attend this professional development workshop for Florida educators. The role of St. Augustine and Florida is often overlooked in the study of US colonial history, a study that traditionally begins with the founding of Jamestown. St. Augustine predates both Jamestown and Plymouth in the... Read More
An Event 10,000 Years in the MakingYou can live in the present any old time. Why not spend a day in the past with a Calusa Indian, a Seminole family, a Civil War soldier, Cracker cattleman or Spanish Conquistador and dozens of other costumed time-travelers at the Old Florida Festival, scheduled for March... Read More
The luck o' the Irish be with you at the St. Augustine St. Patrick's Day Parade, an annual celebration of the Emerald Isle's most revered saint. Lads and lasses from throughout Georgia and Florida, Savannah to Sarasota and beyond converge upon the Ancient City each year, donning their best greens. Today,... Read More
Experience “Archaeology in Action” with a hands-on activity led by Barbara Hines of the Florida Public Archaeology Network. 2nd Saturday Family Programs at the Museum of Florida History offer hands-on history for every member of the family. The program, admission, and parking are free.