Arrivas House (1714-1740)
46 St. George Street
Restored in 1960 to its 19th century appearance
First floor, demonstration of candle dipping, spinning
and weaving amid antique furnishings.
Second floors Administrative offices of Historic St.
Augustine preservation Board.
"Dbn Raymundo de Arrivas House* historically significant
because its present architecture includes, several dif-
ferent historical and cultural periods of St. Augustine
life. The 18th and 19th centuries appear in the total
architectural form of this structure. similarly, the
Spanish, English and American cultural influences of
these two centuries are apparent in the restored build-
ing. Also demonstrates construction techniques and
materials that were employed in bdlding construction
traditions of the past. The house presents a plural-
culture image of St. Augustine's architectural history.
Operated by Historic St. Augustine preservation Board.
Shown Mon. sat. 9 5 and sun. 10-5.