As the Old Town Trolley Tours website says,"it would be a crime if you didn't stop by for a visit" to the Old Jail.
Henry Flagler built this Old Jail to take care of the riff-raff in St. Augustine as he continued to built hotels and invite his friends to this new city in the south.
Flagler built this jail north of town and in a Romanesque architecture style to disguise its purpose. It served as a jail for St. Augustine until 1953.
Make sure to visit this museum when you're in St. Augustine for an insider view of historic events that took place here over the year.
We handcraft this souvenir Jail in 3/4" thick wood with colorful details on the front and its story on the back. You can set it within your home decor or on your work desk to remind you of the fun you had while visiting there.
Look for Casper, our black cat mascot, lounging on the railing, knowing there are no more violent criminals living inside.