Immerse yourself in turn-of-the-century nostalgia with a visit to the Oldest Store Museum - a recreation of St. Augustine’s original general store. Explore over 100,000 authentic products and inventions like vintage farm equipment, corsets, tonics and elixirs, and more. Live actors portray clerks, a butcher and snake oil salesmen peddling their latest wares.
The Oldest Store Museum is located at 161 San Marco Ave, St. Augustine, FL 32084, United States.
It's open daily from 8:30AM to 4:30PM, with the exception of Christmas Day. Reservation times are on a first come, first serve basis and each tour has limited capacity.
Guests usually take an hour touring the exhibits, seeing the displays, and talking to the actors that reenact a 20th century merchant store. There are tours running every 20 minutes, but you may explore the area on your own.
Yes, the Oldest Store Museum is wheelchair accessible.
Service animals are allowed inside.
No, but there are multiple stores and restaurants outside the Oldest Store Museum.
Free parking is available near the Old Jail (167 San Marco Avenue). You can also park in town for $10-$15, depending on the area.
Yes. Children under 4 are free of charge.