Lightner Museum

The Lightner Museum was originally built by Henry Flagler as the Alcazar Hotel in 1888 and was converted to a museum displaying collections of art from the 19th and 20th centuries as well as natural history specimens in 1949. It's one of the country's best collections of fine and decorative 19th century art. 

Go on a self-guided tour of the historic building and grounds or attend a specialty tour to gain inside knowledge about the space and exhibits. Check the museum schedule for upcoming events, tours, and the speaker series.

Tour the museum and grounds, enjoy a music demonstration with antique instruments, and dine at the Cafe Alcazar, located in the former indoor swimming pool!

Lightner Museum Information

Address: 75 King St., St. Augustine FL, 32084

Hours: Open Daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Phone:  (904) 824-2874


Adults: $15
Seniors (65yrs & up): $12
Military: $12
Children (12-17yrs): $8
Children (11yrs & under): Free