The Old City is full of beauty and inspiring locations, architecture and history. The historical and cultural influence from European countries including Spain and England is apparent. It is no surprise then, that you do not have to search very far for St. Augustine Galleries devoted to various mediums. The St. Augustine Art Association has been celebrating arts in our community since 1924 and it is located right in the Historic District. In addition to the juried exhibits of works from the city's emerging and professional artists there are numerous other St. Augustine Galleries and places to enjoy or purchase art in various forms. Art crawls, festivals such as the St. Augustine Thanksgiving Art & Craft Festival and other events are great spots to take in art and browse for great gifts. Also, find out more about The Lightner Museum and it's fantastic collection on the page that we included on St. Augustine Museums.
Gallery hours are from noon to 4pm on Tuesday thru Saturday. Sundays view exhibits between 2 and 5pm. The association also hosts Art Walk St. Augustine on the first Friday of every month between 5 and 9pm. The gallery features key pieces of cultural significance to St. Augustine Beach Florida housing a collection of "Lost Colony" art which was created centuries ago.
View new exhibits in more than 20 area St. Augustine Galleries from 5 to 9pm on the first Friday of each month. Admission is free and there are complimentary trolley rides from King Street and all along the art walk route. On some Fridays, a concert is included.
Located on Cordova Street, the Dow Museum is a great stop for anyone looking for fun St. Augustine Things to Do. This collection of nine historic homes, dating from 1790 to 1910 is a wonderful collection to tour. It is located very close to our Bed and Breakfast St. Augustine.
Carriage Way is one of the St. Augustine Florida Inns that is located right in the heart of the Old City. Our Bed and Breakfast St. Augustine was built between 1883 and 1885 and features two gorgeous verandas as well as plenty of charming period antiques and decor. Reserve one of the 9 Victorian rooms; each is named after prominent St. Augustine residents and former owners of the home.