Just walking around the campus takes you into another century. Beautiful architecture and right in the center of town so is easy access.
This is a must visit while in St Augustine. Wish my kids had gone here. Didn't know it existed.Took a tour and learned a great deal about Mr Flagler and his accomplishments. Interesting about this being the first hotel with electricity and the length of stay required. The dining room that the students, take for granted, is ridiculously grand and... More
The architecture of this building is phenomenal both inside and out. Tour by student was professional and enjoyable. I guess I would have liked to see more of the building but I understand the limitations since it is still in use as a dormitory.
What a great college! The buildings are beautiful and the tour is just great. Not to long yet very informative, I've done it a couple of times and I learn something new every time.
The beauty of the campus is awe inspiring. There is so much to see and do in St. Augustine that one might easily decide to skip a college tour but I'm glad that we didn't. If what our tour guide told us is true then St. Augustine as we know it owes it's being to Henry Flagler, his Ponce de... More
This is a fantastic place to visit even with all the other touristy things to do in St Augustine this is a special serene location to enjoy. The ceiling is unbelievably beautiful with architectural contrasts that make it stand out. There is paintings on ceilings that inspire awe and peacefulness and the dining room furniture, lighting fixtures, and woodwork combined... More
Who knew such gorgeous history existed. Great informative tour. What a well preserved piece of history. The Tiffany glass and windows were amazing. Lucky college students.
This college is the coolest looking college around. It was originally built by Flagler as a Hotel and later made into Flagler College. It has a great Italian style entry way with full ceiling murals and beautiful woodwork. Definitely worth a visit when in the area......
We have had the honor of enjoying the people and cooks at Flagler college .those who could not go home for thanksgiving .stayed to serve even me .with grace and charm .dinner was all you could want .and being in such a georgus place . If you have not toured the college ,put this on your list of things to... More
One of my favorite stops with our visiting guests. You won't see woodwork and architecture like this many places. Flagler brought in European craftsmen in the 1880's to build his dream...and they delivered. Tours guided by "informed" students offered twice daily. You'll see what is probably the most glamous student dining room in America, complete with its million $ Tiffany... More
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