St. Augustine is full of adventure and activities for the whole family. Walk around St. George Street, with its coquina stone pillars that mark the historic city gates. The ancient street is closed to vehicles, allowing kids to run back and forth between the shops. Then head to the Oldest Wooden School House — the cedar and cypress planks of the more-than-200-year-old building are washed by weathering, but the structure’s history remains. Learn how the schoolmaster and his wife lived above the classroom, and see some of the textbooks that students used centuries ago. Next, find the Colonial Quarter, where blacksmiths and woodworkers roam about the 18th-century courtyard, giving demonstrations and entertaining groups.