The 14th Colony offers an intriguing window into life in St. Augustine under decades of British rule and during the American Revolution when the British launched invasions into rebellious Southern colonies.
Take part in a unique historic home museum experience! Built in the 1740s as a one-room colonial residence, this carefully restored home was first owned by Antonio de Mesa, a Royal Treasury shore guard, and expanded over the years until the early 19th century. Today, the original home is the northwest corner of the building and a striking testament to historic preservation.
Step into the East Florida Gazette Print Shoppe and don British Colonial garb for the ultimate historic experience. See a 1770s printing press recreated from Colonial Williamsburg blueprints and replica press copies of the day.
Step off of St. George Street and into an 18th-century styled British pub. Sip and dine on authentic fare in the heart of downtown St. Augustine inside the pub or on the open air deck right on St. George Street. And don't be surprised if Governor Patrick Tonyn stops by your table to decry those pesky Revolutionaries!