Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park
11 Magnolia St., St Augustine

The Fountain of Youth Site was occupied by the Timucua Indians for over 4,000 years. The village was named Seloy and archaeological digs conducted by Dr. Kathy Deagan from the University of Florida since 1976 reveal evidence of a thriving community. Artifacts from the site paint an amazing picture of dwellings, food, life ways, animals and contact with the Spanish in the 16th Century. The 1565 birthplace of Spanish St. Augustine, Florida offers 15 acres of significant history showcased by exhibits, living history and the land itself.

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