Saint Augustine Hosts FREE event for Teachers in Florida on Aug29 2011

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Saint Augustine Hosts FREE event for Teachers in Florida

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (August 26, 2011 ) –

Several businesses and attractions of St Augustine, Florida will be hosting Teacher Appreciation month from September 6th – October 9th, 2011.  Teachers in the state of Florida and one guest are invited to attend the following attractions FREE during those dates: Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Museum, Ripley’s Red Sightseeing Trains, Ripley’s Bayfront Mini-Golf, The Saint Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum, The Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse,  Fort Menendez, the Fountain of Youth and a sneak peek at Ripley’s new ghostly experience at the old Sugar Mill.  The Ripley’s Museum in Orlando, Florida will also be participating.  Teachers are welcome to bring additional guests who will receive a 50% discount to the attractions.  Several hotels, restaurants and shops in Saint Augustine are offering discounts to participating teachers as well.

To receive the free admission, teachers must report to Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Museum located at 19 San Marco Avenue in Saint Augustine, or to the Orlando Museum located at 8201 International Drive, to receive tickets to that attraction, and present a recent pay stub along with a photo ID.  Everyone who attends in Saint Augustine will also receive a FREE gift from Ripley’s.

For more information, please contact Kim Kiff at the e-mail address above. More details can be found at or

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