What used to be an ancient hotel, the Lightner Museum was built in 1888 by Henry Morrison Flagler. Originally it was named "the castle of happy returns" now, it's a museum, a live venue, and even hosts weddings.
At St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum you can see how real pirates lived. See the only real surviving pirate treasure chest, historic buildings, and grab some treasures from the pirate-themed gift shop.
The Medieval Torture Museum is not a place for kids. At the museum, you can see the disturbing and intense ways people were tortured in the dark ages. With hundreds of artifacts and dummy's to show how each device works, you will never forget your visit.