I can't think how we missed this fabulous museum on our previous visits to St. Augustine! The architecture is beautiful and the history of the building is very interesting -- it was originally built by Henry Flagler. Bought by Otto Lightner in 1947, its 3 floors are now filled with crystal, porcelain, shells, toasters, furniture and scores of other items collected by Mr. Lightner who had many, many diverse collections. The building contains what was once the largest swimming pool in the US (now empty and made into a restaurant). I found the history of the items, posted on the walls, to be very interesting and the docents are fountains of knowledge and generous with their time.