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Lightner Museum

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Category: Entertainment and Arts, Museums and Galleries, Arts and Crafts, Arts Galleries, Art Museums and Galleries, Shopping
75 King St, St Augustine, FL 32084




8 Reviews of Lightner Museum

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Old Alcazar Hotel is fascinating, objects in museum less interesting by GregBoston 7 contributions on Jan 5, 2007

Ask your waitress for it: the restaurant has a copy and she said it's for sale in the gift shop. Also, there are a few pictures of the old Hotel throughout the Museum, and some areas (like parts of the spa) look like they...
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Lightner Museum by hersplash on Jan 6, 2005

One of the floors used to be the world's largest indoor swimming pool. You could view the steam room that they used to enjoy. The rooms are very large and the ceilings very tall. Everything is restored, and as you wander...
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Not impressed by triptaker01 14 contributions on Sep 19, 2006

Although the staff was helpful and informative, this museum was not interesting to me nor the rest of my group. The most interesting thing we saw was the very large swimming pool area that is now a restaurant. Definitely...
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Lightner Museum by Mary Dickinson on Dec 27, 2004

Lunches there are definitely taken leisurely, and after a considerable wait, we went elsewhere. Later we came back and entered through the front of the building. Otto C. Lightner's grave was in the florid formal gardens in...
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It's an old hotel! Very cool! by Troy on Mar 4, 2009

I find it mysterious when a room, for example, may be used as a coffee shop, but previously, it was a swimming pool! That is the case here. The coffee shop is actually situated down inside what used to be the first indoor...
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Great wedding location - but beware the new courtyard statue by BucsFanFL on Sep 13, 2008

A word of caution: the day before our event the city started construction in the courtyard to install a donated statue. Our event coordinator called to let me know and it wasn't much of a problem for us becuase we didn't...
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Collecting at its Best by MJPBAF 167 contributions on May 21, 2005

I think anyone who takes the time to visit will be pleasantly surprised by Mr. Lightner's eye. There are spectacular collections of crystal, Tiffany glass and furniture. Do not miss the demonstration of the musical instruments,...
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Lightner Museum by Klompie on Oct 29, 2000

Not only the inside of this museum is worth a visit but also the outside. In the courtyard the museum has a pretty pond with a bridge made of coral. From journal Romantic St. Augustine . ...
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