ALL Things to Do

Discover More about the nation's oldest city

Come explore St. Augustine and see why this seaside town is frequented annually by thousands of visitors from all over the world. There is a wide variety of things to do for all ages in the nation’s oldest city. From educational and historical attractions to an alligator farm that offers zip-lining and everything in between, St. Augustine provides a good time for all.

(904) 810-2284

59 Hypolita Street

Design your own bath and body products with customized scents and colors at this unique shop that offers over 200 scents to choose from!

(904) 824-1606

111 Avenida Menendez

Take in a historic Bayfront view while playing the oldest mini-golf course in St. Augustine.

(904) 829-0589

254 Vilano Rd.

Beaches at Vilano is a beach bar and restaurant with a great menu. Dine inside, on the deck, or on the beach.

(904) 823-8700

830 Anastasia Blvd.

Beacon Listening Room has Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. and presents live music Thursday through Saturday.

(904) 342-7101

76 Dockside Drive

Award-winning fisherman, Roland Beamish sells custom tackle, fishing rigging, and everything necesarry for a great day of catching fish.

(904) 514-2769

1524 Scott Road

Visitors can discover breathtaking views of St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra while traveling on horseback.

(904) 770-5259

4010 U.S. 1

Best Nails offers professional nails care for ladies and gentlemen.

(904) 469-7275

101 Library Boulevard

A sample of the Northeast Florida ecosystem that features a hedged turtle maze.

(904) 209-5094

415 S Ponce De Leon Blvd.

Fresh and local seafood from a family owned and operated market just south of historic downtown.

(904) 495-6141

500 Outlet Mall Blvd.

A unique boutique offering plants, fresh and silk flower arrangements, gifts, home decor, and creative workshops.

(904) 907-2985

81 San Marco Avenue

Blue Mantle presents Catholic art, gifts, sacramentals, and books by Catholic artisans from around the globe.