Nights of Lights Scavenger Hunt 2021

Nov. 26, 2021, to Jan. 30, 2022 | See Times Below at Ancient City Tours

Throughout St. Augustine's historic district
12 St. George Street, St. Augustine, FL, 32084
  • Ancient City Tours now offers a special hunt for the holidays in St. Augustine — the Nights of Lights Scavenger Hunt. The hunt takes participants on a search for clues through the downtown streets that are all lit up for St. Augustine's world-renowned Nights of Lights.

    The Nights of Lights Scavenger Hunt focuses on the dazzling lights display that illuminate St. Augustine for two months during the Christmas holidays. This seasonal hunt is picture-based, with lots of riddles and puzzles to be solved along the way. Hunts are available every day of the week.

    It's easy to book a hunt, even on the same day, by calling (904) 827-0807. The hunt is self-guided and does not require prior reservations. Great for families and groups, you can have multiple teams of 2 to 6 people playing against each other. The scavenger hunt can also be timed and played as a race.

    The City of St. Augustine offers a Free Park and Ride Shuttle Service for Nights of Lights from November 20, to December 30, 2021. For information about operating times as well as pick-up and drop-off locations, visit here.

    Admission:$15 per person.

    When: Nightly from Nov. 26, 2021, to Jan. 30, 2022.

    Where:Ancient City Tours is located at 12 St. George St. in historic downtown.

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