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Things To Do
ATTRACTIONS
The Schooner Freedom was built in Norfolk, VA and brought to St. Augustine in 2001 by owners Captain John Zaruba and wife Admiral Sarah and is St. Augustine's premiere Tall Ship. Freedom is the only schooner charter vessel between Charleston and the Florida Keys.
As the St. Johns County's premier cencert venue, The St. Augustine Amphitheatre presents world-class performances throughout the year, including such artists as Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan, John Legend, Boston, ZZ Top, Jeff Beck, Modest Mouse, Zac Brown Band, John Fogerty, Weezer, Alan Jackson, Imagine Dragons, and Alice in Chains.
No other St. Augustine Attraction can live up to this exhilarating and unique pirate adventures. Go on our 'Treasure Hunt Adventure' and The Rum Runner (adults only) or plan your birthday party or wedding and we will take are of everything! Come check us out at the St Augustine Municipal Marina.
San Sebastian Winery, ranked as one of Florida's premium wineries, remains a pioneer in the development of sparkling and desert wines, Vinefera wines including Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Petite Sirah and Cabernet Sauvignon. Cream Sherry dessert wines and Port are also produced by and sold under the San Sebastian brand.
Whetstone's famous Tasting Tour will introduce you to the characteristics of their dark, milk and white chocolate, cocoa nibs as well as the general history of chocolate making. Definitely one of the tastiest tours in St. Augustine!
The St. Augustine Distillery FREE Tasting Tour shows guests how we mix, mash, cook and distill small batch vodka, rum, gin and whiskey. Its located in a historically renovated ice manufacturing plant from 1917 and as much of our ingredients from local suppliers and local businesses. Com on by and say hello!
Marineland was opened over 80 years ago and has been featured in many Hollywood films and has delighted guests with our Dolphin Adventures and is like no other experience in Florida. Swim and interact with our gentle residents in our 1.3 million-gallon series of habitats for an experience of a lifetime!
St. Augustine, the nation's oldest city, is full of history, amazing attractions, beautiful beaches and exquisite architecture...and the best way to see as much as possible is by utilizing Old Town Trolley's 3-day pass. See all the attractions and hop on, hop off at any of the trolley's stops.
The Potter's Wax Museum, the first of its kind in the United States, is housed inside the oldest pharmacy in the U.S. and visitors will see a wide variety of figures from Roman Centurions to celebrities, athletes and political leaders. There is even a section devoted to horror movies!
Conveniently located just north of St. Augustine and close to Jacksonville in Ponte Vedra Beach, the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall is a popular venue for national and international performers. As part of the St. Johns County Cultural Events Division, this multi-purpose performing arts facility hosts a variety of live performances and concerts.
Whether you're staring in awe as Viktor Zenko floats an audience member above the stage, or you're being mezmorized by his ability to manipulate a deck of playing cards, this performance will be a truly magical and memorable highlight of your visit to St Augustine.
The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum at World Golf Village celebrates the history of the game and the legacies of its 155 members through artifacts, personal memorabilia, photography, video, and interactive exhibits. 
At the Ripley's Believe It Or Not! Museum our guests enjoy incredible eye-popping exhibits where you can pose with the world's tallest man, lose yourself in mind-boggling visual illusions, and even see a vampire kit! The array of weird will leave you awe-struck.
As the oldest Catholic church in St. Augustine and seat of the Bishop of the Diocese of St. Augustine, its architecture is inspired by the city's Spanish roots. The cathedral walls are adorned with murals depicting scenes from the history of the Catholic Church in developing the New World.
Showcasing the architectural heritage and history of former Hotel Ponce de Leon and designated as a historical landmark, the Legacy Tours of Flagler College explores the former hotel built by industrialist Henry Flagler in 1887.
Built in 1742 to defend the city of St. Augustine from British attack, the Fort Matanzas National Monument is just 15 miles south of St. Augustine and has stood in the Matanzas Inlet for well over 250 years.
Take a tour of this seven acre animal compound with an experienced wildlife professional. Learn about and see up close the exotic animals, including lions, tigers, wolves, macaws, and more. Minimum donations are requested, and appointments are necessary.
Which sounds the most exciting, viewing a feeding demonstration, buying food to feed a smaller alligator, or petting one? Who needs to decide when you can do it all right here. The park also has birds, monkeys, and a few other exotic animals.
Beaches stretch from the north end of the city to the south end and beach vacations are just one of the many different types of getaways that visitors plan. A day or week at the beach offers plenty of fun at St. Augustine.
The Old City is one of the best destinations in the country to enjoy golf vacations and getaways. Florida is known for its outstanding courses and the Old City is home to the World Golf Village.

HISTORY AND HERITAGE
If you tour and visit Anastasia Island State Park, stop by the other St. Augustine Attractions nearby such as the St. Augustine Lighthouse or the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument. Both of these spots are convenient to our St. Augustine Inn, Carriage Way. 
No trip to the Old City is complete without touring some the historic sites in the area. Touring the historic St. Augustine Florida Attractions will give you an idea of the rich history of the city. St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement in the United States.
The Lightner Museum is a museum of antiquities, mostly American Gilded Age pieces, housed within the historic Hotel Alcazar building in downtown St. Augustine. This 1887 Spanish Renaissance Revival style building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum is a museum dedicated to pirate artifacts. Formerly known as the Pirate Soul Museum, the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum is an amazing and educational experience. Transport back 300 years to Port Royal, Jamaica, during the Golden Age of Piracy! Plan your visit today!
After building his famous Ponce de Leon Hotel, Flagler wanted a safe place for his guest to roam, so he built the old jail to lock up the criminals of St. Augustine. The Old Jail features maximum security cells where only the most dangerous criminals were kept.
Take a walk through time and see what it was like to live in St. Augustine in the 16th, 17th and 18th century. This 2 acre informational park is a beautiful way the experience the Nation's Oldest City the way it once was.
The Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park is very informative and is the original site of the nation's oldest city. In 1513, Juan Ponce de Leon explored this area and Pedro Menendez settled their in 1565, making St. Augustine the oldest European settlement in the United States.

Fort Mose
Historical Society

Gracia Real de Santa Teresa Mose was established in 1738 by Colonial Spanish Florida's Governor, Manual Montiano to give sanctuary to Africans challenging enslavement in the English Colony of Carolina. Flight to Freedom: Fort Mose was home to over 100 former slaves who made the perilous journey south to freedom in Spanish Florida.
Over 1400 people left the Mediterranean and set sail for British East Florida in 1768. This was the largest single group of European settlers to immigrate as a single group to the New World. A major contribution to early American history, the Menorcans courageously tamed the wilderness and settled a portion of Northeast Florida. 
Five ships sailed into a cove on the coastline of Spanish as La Florida. Under the command of Pedro Menendez de Aviles, they came to the New World from Spain. Sent by King Philip II, they arrived in hopes of establishing a colony securing the land for Spain, and to convert the native American Indians to Christianity.
We invite people of all ages to come see an ORIGINAL American Treasure. Intended to reflect the homestead life for Minorcan settlers, the Genopoly House has been preserved for future generations to enjoy. We are proud to provide recreational and educational entertainment for visiting families and students.
Committed to the preservation and interpretation of historically significant structures, artifacts and documentary material, the St. Augustine Historic Society owns and operates The Oldest House Museum, the St. Augustine Historical Research Library and provide beautiful historical gardens for events and weddings.
The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, Inc. is a private, non-profit museum dedicated to its mission "to discover, preserve, present and keep alive the stories of the Nation's Oldest Port as symbolized by our working St. Augustine Lighthouse.
Offering an exciting and educational museum experience, the St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum transports you and your family back in time over 300 years to Port Royal, Jamaica at the height of the golden age of piracy. Come visit us across the street from the Castillo de San Marco Fort.
The Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park is committed to historical accuracy and family fun for everyone. Our Spanish Watchtower, Historic Boat building Program, and Timucua Theater are just a few of the features you will experience.
Committed to the preservation and interpretation of historically significant structures, artifacts and documentary material, the St. Augustine Historic Society owns and operates The Oldest House Museum, the St. Augustine Historical Research Library and provide beautiful historical gardens for events and weddings.

FESTIVALS
March 8-10, 2019
The "Nation's Oldest City", founded in 1565 by Spanish CELTS, is the site of the 2019 St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival at Francis Field on Castillo Drive. Come enjoy amazing Celtic cuisine and listen to world renowned music from Albannach, Emmet Cahill and the Dublin City Rambler's to name just a few.
Nov. 17 - Feb 3, 2019
St Augustine is ranked by National Geographic Magazine as one of the TOP 10 Cities in the World to visit for the Holidays. Come see over 3 million white Christmas Lights all over the St Augustine Historic District. During Nights of Lights, St. Augustine glows with holiday magic – from the ground to the rooftops.  


October 2019
You'll experience so much of Greece at the St. Augustine Greek Festival — authentic food, dancing, music and heritage. Taste from our homemade Greek foods and pastries; join us in traditional Greek dancing and music, an outdoor marketplace, Kids Center with carnival rides, games, other children's activities, and much more.
April 13 -14, 2019
"When you make a purchase from one of our exhibitors you are buying the highest quality art from real working artists. Holiday Art Shows never knowingly allows exhibitors with less than genuine work nor do we accept those buying and selling imported production or manufactured items meant to be perceived as genuine art."
April 5-7, 2019
The Rhythm and Ribs festival at Francis Field is a celebration of good music, amazing BBQ and good times! Enjoy award winning ribs and other BBQ from all over the east coast of the U.S. while listening to wonderful local music. You can't miss this popular St. Augustine festival.
January 17-20, 2019
The 8th Annual St. Augustine 4-day Film Festival is centered in the downtown historic district, with venues within walking distance of each other for film viewing, featuring films from all over the world.
Lewis Auditorium, the Gamache-Koger Theater at Flagler College, and at all three viewing rooms of the Corazon Cinema and Cafe.
February 2019
The Made in St. Augustine Festival celebrates all things local, showing work from a broad range of local artisans, restaurants and businesses. Visitors have the opportunity to experience what local folks have to offer, while benefiting the St. Augustine community.  See what St. Augustine has to offer!
February 2019
This event features all things local, showing work from a broad range of local artisans, restaurants and businesses. The festival features a traditional carnival with rides to thrill all ages, our famous Shrimp Dinner and so much more!
March 22-24, 2019 
This is one of St. Augustine's premiere festivals featuring local seafood, almost 100 arts and craft vendors, kiddie rides and wide range of music from jazz to classic rock to pop. You can't miss this festival! Eat, Shop and Tap Your Toes! Funds raised are to assist those in need.
April 2019
Want an idea of what kind of food & drink that is available in St. Augustine?  Well, this is YOUR festival!
Sample fare from over 25 local St. Augustine restaurants and listen to local musicians from 11am to 4pm.  Don't miss this one-of-a-kind event! Visitors vote for the coveted "People's Choice" award.
April 24-28, 2019
As one of the country's most beautiful festivals, this year's Birding & Photo Fest is shaping up to be another huge success! It will feature world-class photographers and instructors who will gladly share their techniques. Welcoming bird lovers and photography aficionados with the hospitality you've come to expect.
February 15-17, 2019
The St. Augustine Spanish Wine Festival starts Friday evening on February 15, the 500th birthday of St. Augustine's founder, Pedro Menendez, with the Cava Reception and Dinner at Flagler College's Solarium, 74 King Street, from 6-10 p.m. Guests will experience an evening featuring a Spanish-inspired dinner with each course paired with a fine Spanish wine. 

SHOPPING - ST. GEORGE STREET
Celebrating St. Augustine's Spanish history, Market to Market is an artisan marketplace located on St. George Street, featuring ceramics, clothing, soaps, food, wine and many other items from Mexico and the Mediterranean.
Come to St. Augustine, the Nation's oldest permanently inhabited city settled by European colonists. Our store is located on St. George Street approximately one block south of the City Gate.
As St. Augustine's and St. Johns County's leading clothing boutique, Shopaholic Boutique offers women's apparel, dresses, blouses, pants, accessories, jewelry and more. For your next shopping spree, visit Shopaholic Boutique, Inc. in St. Augustine!
Artsy Adobe has your favorite brands such as Pandora Jewelry, Vera Bradley and Alex & Ani, to name just a few. Check us out at 41 King Street in St Augustine or call us at 904-460-2436.
Located on historic St. George Street in St. Augustine, FL, The Pearl Shop offers custom jewelry pieces using pearls and gemstones. You can choose your own oyster to harvest your very own pearl! Family owned and operated.
The gallery is located at 54 Saint George Street in historic district of St. Augustine and offers fare from over 50 American artists. We have second generation, on-site stained glass artists, so come in and talk with us; we can find the perfect glass for you!
Providing an eclectic mix of products including clothing, artwork, accessories, home decor items, hats, shoes, handbags, hair accessories and more, the Earthbound Trading Co. works with artists, craft co-ops, and exporters from all over the world, providing exquisite treasures for every customer. 
Located in downtown St. Augustine, Faux Paws shop has everything you want for your pet and nothing you need, offering pet beds, plush toys, costumes, wigs, door mats that say a lot more than just "Welcome" and so much more. If you are visiting St. Augustine, stop by and see us!
Gypsy Moon is located on St. George Street on downtown St. Augustine offering bohemian and Renaissance inspired clothing including dresses, skirts, corsets, shawls and scarves and flowy tops. They also sell pieces of jewelry and vintage-inspired looks. Stop by and say hi!
We've got everything a pirate be needin'! Guns, swords, knives, hats, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, belts, buckles, t-shirts, tank tops and toys! Stop by our location on St. Augustine's historic St. George Street.
Providing Victorian era clothing, home decor and more, Red Pineapple offers more fashionable choices for shoppers. Come by the store located on St. George street and take a look at what we have...you are sure to find something you love!
Go Fish Clothing & Jewelry Co., located on St. George Street in the heart of downtown St. Augustine, offers a variety of handcrafted and unique items from beads, bracelets, handbags and items for the home. Everything in the shop has been made by hand by artisans from  Peru, India, Indonesia, and Bali.
Filled with unique handmade jewelry, gifts, clothing, and home decor, Aunt Matilda's Steampunk Trunk is a unique St. George Street shop. It is our sincere hope that, like Aunt Matilda, you will find a keepsake to build a memory around.
We are a locally owned shop in historic downtown St. Augustine carrying many items to help people on their spiritual journey, combining the total Body, Mind and Soul experience. We hope that you enjoy our products as much as we do.
Our mission is to provide the customer with personalized service and a knowledge base that is  second to none. We are constantly researching new cigars and products to bring the best in the industry to you. 
Carrying an eclectic and entertaining mix of unique t-shirts, socks and inspirational magnets, Materialistic Inc. is located in the heart of St. Augustine's historic district. Come browse all of our unique items.
SHOPPING - ST. AUGUSTINE
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. 
On the first Friday of every month, St. Augustine's art galleries welcome visitors to browse the latest art exhibits and enjoy refreshments and live entertainment at some 30 participating galleries.
This St. Augustine Outlet Mall and stores are located at 2700 State Road 16. Here you will find 85 name brand St. Augustine Outlet Stores. The St. Augustine Premium Outlets host a Columbus Day Sale that is huge each year.

Artsy Adobe

Artsy Adobe has your favorite brands such as Pandora Jewelry, Vera Bradley and Alex & Ani, to name just a few. Check us out at 41 King Street in St Augustine or call us at 904-460-2436.

GHOST TOURS & PARANORMAL ACTIVITY
The Sheriffs Ghost Walk Tours is a unique experience. You will hear stories of Haunted Houses, Bed and Breakfasts and The Old Cemeteries! You will walk the dark streets of the nations oldest city of Saint Augustine, Florida. All stories told are so rich in detail they will tingle your spine! 
Explore the darker side of the Nation's Oldest City with our ghost guides and experience the historic haunted tales and legends found at every turn. Included is a visit to the town's most haunted building, The Old Jail, for an up close and personal encounter. 
Celebrate our fabled afterlife in illuminating fashion as you enjoy our 2.5 hour wine or beer tour. Experience the supernatural side of St. Augustine with an excellent evening of history and surprise with The Tasting Tours. DOn't miss the coolest ghost tour in St. Augustine!
This 1.5 - 2 hour tour relays the history and hauntings of the St. Augustine Lighthouse. Rent an Electromagnetic field (EMF) meter to use during the tour. Purchase a Dark of the Moon tour with daytime general admission and save 15% OFF! Other combo tickets are also available.

NIGHTLIFE
Odd Birds Bar at Frida's, is an eclectic pop up bar that brings unique craft cocktails and small bites to the St. Augustine Old Town scene.
Carrera Wine Cellar is St. Augustine's most unique wine experience where you can sip, shop, and learn.
In addition to authentic Irish fare, Barley Republic offers a raw bar that is is open every day from 11:30 am – 12:30 am. 
We offer you an escape into the clandestine, mysterious, and yes, illegal world of flapper dresses, and swing. Sashay in and let your senses be seduced! LIVE music starts at 6pm.
Relax on our Veranda, overlooking the bay, inside at our cozy bar or private tables while sipping our selection of martinis al fresco. If you are a wine fan, enjoy our selection of vintage wines by the glass and several fine single-malt Scotch.
The Social Lounge is located in the heart of St. Augustine's historic district and specializes in Florida craft beers, organic wines and classic sangria. We offer indoor and outdoor seating. Grab a board or card game to play while you hang out.
The Tradewinds Tropical Lounge is dedicated to having the best live entertainment in North Florida. Featuring Those Guys, Spanky, Blistur—acts that complete the evolution from our early days as folk lounge to our current mix of the best music.
Scarlett's, located in the heart of St. Augustine's historic district, offers great cocktails, live music, trivia nights and karaoke! Happy hour is all day every day. Come see why the locals call this place home for over 40 years!

Dog Rose Brewery

Nestled in Lincolnville in the heart of historic Downtown St. Augustine.  With a spacious game room, tap room and some of the best beers in Florida, Dog rose Brewery is a must.
A favorite of locals and tourists alike. Come hang out at the Taproom in historic downtown Saint Augustine or come play a round of pool and chat with our brewers at the Brewhouse off SR 16.

Mill Top Tavern

Originally a gritsmill from the year 1880. The Mill Top Tavern is now a historic bar with great live music and is within walking distance to everything. The iconic water wheel still spins and the good times still keep coming.
As the newest Craft Cocktail bar in St. Augustine is located at 10 Marine Street on the bayfront and offers craft liquors (small Batch and local distilleries) and 21 Florida craft beers on tap and many more from around the world.
The best drinks with the best views of the Spanish fort in the background.   Complete with live music, tapas and partying into the wee hours of the morning 
A cocktail lounge located in the heart of historic downtown St. Augustine where locals go to party down. Mesmerizing bartenders, live music and some of the best drink specials in town.  Try a Geoffrey drink.   
The San Sebastian Winery opens their roof top bar to food, dancing and music every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11:30am - 6:00pm. With the inter-coastal river in the back-drop.
A perfect place to catch live music in the heart of The Nation's Oldest City underneath the cool shade of beautiful old oaks.