• Cannon firing on the gundeck of the Castillo de San Marcos

    Castillo De San Marcos

    National Monument Florida

There are park alerts in effect.
show Alerts »
  • Summer Weather

    Afternoon Thunderstorms can create dangerous amounts of lightning strikes. If Lightning is visible from the Castillo, Gundeck closures will take place. Click this link for the local weather forcast. More »

Your Dollars At Work

Ticket Booth Expansion and Renovation

We are in the process of enlarging the ticket booth so that we can add a third service window. You can see from the pictures below how crowded the current booth is - and we've partially emptied it out for the work already in progress! The extra window will help reduce wait times for visitors which will be especially appreciated during intense heat, rainy weather, or that occasional cool, blustery day.

Besides making it slightly larger, we are adding interior and exterior security cameras as well as installing a fiber optic cable to connect the ticket booth with the Headquarters building. This will allow us to reduce the amount of servers and associated equipment needed to manage our network.

All of this may not sound exciting but it is designed to protect our visitors and employees, reduce our operating costs, and enable us to be more efficient in our work.

Check back later to see the finished product!

 
Ticket booth renovation
 

Select from the links listed below for information on specific projects:

Covered Way Wall Preservation Project

Horizontal Surface Repair and Stabilization

For more information please e-mail us.

Did You Know?

The angled walls of the castillo cast abstract shadows in the sunlight

Started by the Spanish in 1672, the Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest masonry fort in North America. Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Florida