by Ellen P. Fogel Its a city balanced on a “floating rock” in between the birth of two great rivers, the Huecar and the Jucar, seemingly cut out from a […]
by Daniel Lee The Castillo de San Marcos has protected and watched over the city of St. Augustine, Florida since 1695. After becoming a National Monument, the National Park Service took […]
by Bailey McCune Taking up two acres of historic Saint Augustine’s downtown district, Colonial Quarter offers guests an immersive experience through three centuries of Saint Augustine’s history. The attraction hosts […]
by Jessica Black During my several visits to Walt Disney World as a “guest”, I had never noticed the living history element that is incorporated throughout the resort. Once I […]
by Miranda Trew I’m Miranda Trew and I will be a second semester Senior this fall. This summer I have been working as a National Park Ranger in Grand Canyon […]
Students in Heritage Tourism (HIS440) presented a portion of their Gilded Age Walking Tour on the last day of class. They showed several of the historic hotels as well as […]
This semester, each student in Heritage Tourism wrote an entry for Next Exit History. Check out our Backpack here.
500th Anniversary of the Discovery of Florida to be Commemorated in St. Augustine with Juan Ponce de León Día de Fiesta April 3, 2013, marks the 500th anniversary of the discovery […]
Learn about the history of historic preservation on St. George Street on the St. Augustine Time Traveler’s Society blog created by students in Heritage Tourism.