Price includes all exhibits and parking is free.Close
Located in historic St. Augustine, the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park offers a 15-acre historical site of where St. Augustine came to be in the year 1565. Guests can enjoy seeing stars from the park’s planetarium, exploring the native Timucua village, watching an old cannon fire, visit the two-story Discovery Globe, take a walk through the waterfront outdoor park, and much more.
Not too impressive but some good reenactments an demonstrations. The water is disgusting to the taste.
Mount Calvary, Wisconsin
This is a self-guided tour--walk at your leisure around the grounds--brochure gives exact times for each activity. Price very reasonable, especially if you get it as part of the trolley tour package.
Saint Louis, Missouri
Because you just have to do it. Leisurely stroll through the grounds before or after your cup of spring water. The exhibit in the spring house are a little cheesy, but the grounds are nice and the guides are informative. Watch the cannon being shot off every hour and talk to the people working on the boat building. And the peacocks are just beautiful. This is also on the trolley stop, but costs $15 per adult
Staten Island, New York
The Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park was a great place to visit. Good for children and adults. I enjoyed talking to the people at the Native Indian exhibit and enjoyed the cannon and antique rifle displays.
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How long does it take to tour the Fountain of Youth?
It depends, to get the full effect, you will need at least a full hour or more.
Can we arrive after 4pm?
Guests should plan to be in the park no later than 4pm, as the park closes at 5pm.