Experience a Menorcan Christmas at the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse

Get ready to celebrate a Traditional Menorcan Christmas at The Oldest Wooden School House this holiday season!

Located in what was known as the Menorcan Quarter of historic St. Augustine, the Oldest School House dates back to the 1700s and remains one of St. Augustine’s most visited attractions daily. Even better if you are staying with us this season during our city's Annual Nights of Lights and aren’t already familiar, this and many St. Augustine Attractions are located just steps away from our front door along the popular St. George Street Pedestrian Mall.

The Menorcans are the solid foundation of St. Augustine as a living, viable city. Stop in to see this beautiful museum and garden lit by the soft glow of the Nights of Lights as well as a traditional Christmas tree and decor. 

Winter hours are 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Sunday – Thursday & 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday as well as the week of December 23 – January 3.  Admission is $4.95 for adults; $3.95 for children ages 6 -12, under 6 free.