Meet The Team
Karen began visiting Saint Augustine thirty years ago and fell in love with the history and charm of this lovely town. Now a local, she shares the stories that bring people and places to life. Her tours focus on the events, places and the people that shaped the history of Saint Augustine, the oldest city in the United States.
Originally from Philadelphia, Karen is a licensed Saint Augustine Tour Guide and a member of the Saint Augustine Historical Society.
Originally from Tampa Elaine has been coming to St. Augustine every year as a child and fell in love with St. Augustine! She enjoys the history of our city, and showing visitors all the wonderful things that make St. Augustine so great. When you can not find her driving with us you can find her giving the Creepy Crawl Haunted Pub Tours, and giving tours to school groups with Tour St. Augustine! Contact us to reserve a tour with Elaine.
Nicole thoroughly enjoys showing our guests a local's perspective and considers each one a new friend. The history of Saint Augustine is her passion, and the City of St. Augustine is her love. She is a Saint Augustine licensed tour guide. You will learn about St. Augustine from the beginning to the present, all while having fun and seeing the beautiful sights of this magnificent city.
Hop on and let's go!
Michael, also known as Husk @ Ripley's Red Train!
Michael is a licensed Saint Augustine Tour Guide, and a member of the Saint Augustine Historical Society. When he is not giving tours with Explore you can find him driving for Ripley's and his own walking tour; City of Light, LLC.
His tours are a mixture of accurate history, special events, and personal experiences individually tailored to what will interest you and yours.
Apart from historical tours that discuss the general history that built St. Augustine, Michael has a passion for the history of the local churches, learn the history behind some of our most beloved hymns of each denomination. He is available to do speciality tours for those interested!
Andy is from Washington, D.C, where he grew up appreciating all facets of history. He has lived in Northeast Florida for more than 20 years, and also works as adjunct instructor at St. Johns River State College. You will probably find Andy in the plaza on a nice day with goody bags for the guests who tour with him! He is a local to the immediate downtown area, and enjoys sharing information with guests.