Casa De Vino 57
Historical Tours

Our Mission

Here at Casa de Vino 57 Historical Tours, we strive to ensure that our patrons enjoy the same level of quality service and care that they have come to expect from our Wine Shop & Bar.

Each tour is personally tailored to each patron and/or party. Our tours are well- researched, organized, and incorporate a balanced mix of both primary and secondary source material.

As with our Wine Shop & Bar, we believe Saint Augustine shouldn’t merely be visited, it should be experienced!
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“We had a great day on our tour of Saint Augustine exploring the British period! The tour was honest, well-researched, and eye-opening! We learned things that are left out of other tours and we will definitely be back!”
- Jessica A.


Call for availability.
Most availability on weekends.

(321) 693-0568

Tours scheduled at least a week in advance are given priority scheduling. Standard tours will not exceed 3 hours and can be adjusted.


Tours will either begin or end at Casa de Vino 57, according to the selected tour.

How Much?

$55 per person for standalone tours
$75 per person for tours paired with wine, cheese, and charcuterie
The standard tour duration will not exceed 2 hours unless requested previously upon scheduling.


A tour of Spanish history sites highlighting the arrival of the Spanish in 1565 and their two periods of colonial control over Saint Augustine.


A tour of British historic sites covering the entire British period from 1763 to 1784.

Pub Tour

A tour about the history of publick houses in the city of Saint Augustine.

Custom Tours

Ask about booking a custom tour tailor-made to fit your historical fancy.

Your Tour Guide

Jonathan R. Lake has provided tours in Saint Augustine for more than two years. He is the Historical Desk Contributor to St. Augustine’s Entertainer magazine publication. More recently, he has been working as a historical research consultant with local blade- smith, Templar’s Choice by Veneman-Arms.

Jonathan enjoys spending his time in the Saint Augustine Historical Society Research Library sorting through source material as he prepares for various projects. This enables him to employ more of a scientific-method approach to his historical endeavors.

Jonathan’s historical research interests include: English history and English Reformation history, British colonial history, Saint Augustine history, Florida history, and religious history.