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Reserved adult and children’s group tours are an excellent way to get to know the Lightner Museum on a more intimate level.
The Lightner Museum plays host to a wide variety of groups including college groups, home school groups, camps, community organizations, religious organizations, clubs, adult educational groups, travel groups, elementary, middle and high school groups.

To reserve a group tour, please contact Toni Franklin, Tour Coordinator.
904-824-2874 – tours@lightnermuseum.org


Adult Tours

Group reservations of 10 adults or more enjoy a discounted rate of $6 per adult.

  • St. Johns County residents are free.


Lightner Museum docents will give you information on the history of the Alcazar Hotel and Otto Lightner’s collection held within as well as an overview of the layout of the building to be explored at your leisure.
When reserved in advance, your group can enjoy a private antique mechanical musical demonstration.


Guided Adult Tours

$15 per person.
Guided tours are limited to 20 people.
Lightner Museum docents will escort you throughout the museum, detailing the history of the Hotel Alcazar and featuring important and unusual pieces from Otto Lightner’s Collections.  These lively  and informative tours also include a private demonstration of some of the collection’s antique mechanical musical instruments.  Guided tours are limited to 20 people.


Children’s Group Tours

Student and child ticket rates are as follows:
Children and College Students:                  $5
Participating Adults:                                    $6

  • St. Johns County residents are free
  • Flagler College students are free
  • For every ten children, one adult is free

Children’s groups of all ages enjoy touring the Lightner Museum.
Docents may tailor the tour to fit the specific age range or special needs of the group.
Children’s tours are fully led by a docent and typically last about one hour.
Many children’s groups enjoy the museum’s scavenger hunt on the first floor of the museum in the Science and Industry room and the Victorian Village.
There are several “touchable” items in the Science and Industry room children enjoy investigating.
Antique mechanical music demonstrations are also popular with our younger crowd.
Children enjoy the Russian Baths room on our second floor and like to learn the history of the museum’s early days as the Alcazar Hotel with the world’s largest indoor swimming pool.

To reserve a group tour, please contact Toni Franklin, Tour Coordinator.

904-824-2874 – tours@lightnermuseum.org



2015-10-29T14:22:20+00:00October 29th, 2015|Admission and Tours, Specialty Tours, Uncategorized|