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God's Hand in Florida History

You'll visit exciting places, hear amazing stories, and enjoy some hands-on history as we examine the story of Florida and the fascinating people that God used to bring her from Protestant refuge to Spanish outpost to American state.


If you have a group of TWENTY-FIVE to FORTY participants (4th grade and up), pick your dates for a one or two-day tour.  




The Pre-Trip Seminar is one of the distinctives that sets this trip apart! Families have access to 6 hours of video preparation taught by Mrs. Caruso complete with study packets to introduce Florida's story as it's reflected in St. Augustine.  This prepares both students and parents to appreciate the places we'll stand and the experiences we'll share in a much more meaningful way.


What's Included

The fully guided tour is designed for 4th grade and up and includes on-site visits (with admission and gratuities) to:

  • Mission de Nombre de Dios  

  • The Oldest House Museum and Map Exhibition

  • Colonial Quarter Re-Enactment Village

  • Castillo de San Marcos (The Fort at St. Augustine)

  • Evening Lantern Tour of historic St. Augustine "under the lights" with stories and descriptions of MANY more of the most famous historic landmarks 

  • The two-day tour adds "Civil War St. Augustine and Henry Flagler’s Legacy- A Walking Tour"  

  • Pre-trip seminar

  • Christian history commentary and ongoing teaching by Mrs. Caruso  


One Day Experience
9 am - 8 pm
$55 per person

Two Day Experience
Day 1: 9 am - 8 pm
Day 2: 9 am-12 pm
$65 per person

PLEASE NOTE:  "ADULT-ONLY" Groups will be priced at $5-$10 more per person as we will not qualify for student discounted rates.



Join me!

Choose your dates or sign up for "open registration" tours.

NOTE: I have no "open registration" tours available right now, but will post them here when I do!  I'd love for your family to jump in!  Also, sign up for my emails to stay abreast of tour offerings.


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