The Historic Peña-Peck House museum is one of St. Augustine's great treasures. Built circa 1750 of native coquina, it was home to prominent Spanish, British and American families, who helped shape three centuries of St. Augustine's history. Our well-versed docents bring this history full circle amidst the 19th-century art and antique furnishings of the last family, the Pecks, to call this magnificent estate "home" from 1837 to 1931.
Daily tours cover the extensive history of the house, and showcase paintings by Felix de Crano, William Staples Down and others. The Peña-Peck House is located on St. George Street near the Cathedral West Courtyard. The Woman's Exchange of St. Augustine maintains the Peña-Peck House Museum and operates a gift shop of fine-quality, hand-crafted items on the premises.
Sunday – Friday 12:30pm to 4:00pm
Saturday – 10:30am to 4:00pm
Monday – Saturday 10:30am to 5:00pm
Sundays 12:30pm to 5:00pm