The Pre-Prohibition-Era Pub in Florida That’s Positively Overflowing With History

Don’t you just love those places in Florida that are brimming with history and that we are lucky enough to still have around today? There is a place in northern Florida that has such a unique history, we are talking over a century old, that you can grab a drink and sit for hours learning about all the secrets and stories of the area. The next time you’re in the Fernandina Beach area, we have the perfect pre-Prohibition-era pub for you to visit.

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The address for the Palace Saloon is 117 Centre St, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. Palace Saloon is open Monday through Sunday from 12 p.m. to 2 a.m. You can find more information about Palace Saloon by visiting the website or the Facebook Page.

Have you ever visited the oldest bar in Florida? Share with us your story in the comments section! Otherwise, if you’re looking to tackle more Florida history this summer, take a look at Historic Spanish Point in Osprey, Florida.