St Augustine Attractions

Find Fun Things to Do for the whole family!

St. Augustine has been home to natives and foreigners, colonials and pilgrims, soldiers and prisoners, slaves and free blacks, merchants and industrialists. Through battle, economic progress, and political strife, the coquina foundation of St. Augustine has been left unconquered - its history is a surviving monument to the persistence of the human spirit, waiting to be rediscovered by you.

St. Augustine boasts attractions like military forts, stately castles, and Gilded-Age hotels. Visitors can explore a spiraling lighthouse, scenic nature trails and tranquil beaches. Hear the sounds of the city, from horse hoofs on cobblestone to the roar of cannon fire; the hustle and bustle of a living community. Explore fascinating museums or take a scary ghost tour. Historical reenactments, recreations, artifacts and relics can be found on every corner, bringing to life the timeless stories of other eras. Take photos as you experience history, building memories in the oldest city in the United States. St. Augustine has always been a sought-after treasure, a priceless gem in Florida's history.

Flagler's Legacy Tours

(904) 823-3378
74 King Street
Flagler College in historic St. Augustine was built by Henry Flagler as the Ponce de Leon hotel in 1888.

Visitors and locals can take a tour of this glamorous hotel from the golden age of Florida tourism, and current campus of Flagler College.

Florida Agricultural Museum

(386) 446-7630
7900 Old Kings Road

See and experience Florida Cracker life at this outdoor living history museum in Flagler County.

Florida Water Tours

(904) 827-7728
282 Yacht Club Dr

This tour company offers dolphin tours, full moon tours, sunset cruises, kayak rentals, and more.

Fort Matanzas

(904) 471-0116
8635 A1A South
Cannon firing at Fort Matanzas historical site in St. Augustine.

This park and historic site offers a glimpse into history as well as scenic trails and shoreside access for fishing and collecting shells.

Fort Menendez

(904) 824-8874
259 San Marco Avenue
Fort Menendez at Old Florida Museum offers fun living history activities the whole family can enjoy.

Fort Menendez at Old Florida Museum offers living history activities that are both fun and educational for the whole family.

Fort Mose

(904) 823-2232
15 Fort Mose Trail

Fort Mose Historic State Park is the site of the first free African-American settlement in the U.S.

Fountain of Youth

(904) 829-3168
11 Magnolia Avenue
Cannon firing at the Fountain of Youth.

The Fountain of Youth gives visitors a chance to experience history at this important archaeological site and to drink from the famous springs.

Government House

(904) 825-5034
48 King Street
St. Augustine's Government House is located in the center of the historic downtown district.

Located on the Plaza de la Constitucion, the Government House site has served colonial governors in St. Augustine for centuries.

Grace United Methodist Church

(904) 829-8272
8 Carrera Street

Henry Flagler built the Grace Church in 1887, using the same builders and architects that he used to build the Ponce de Leon Hotel.

Grande Royal Escape

(904) 615-6912
113 King Street

Visitors will enjoy the challenge of navigating daring scenarios and escape room games.

Guana Tolomato Matanzas NERR

(904) 823-4500
505 Guana River Road
Maritime hammock at GTM NERR

Hike, bike, kayak, swim, and enjoy the unspoiled environment at this National Estuarine Research Reserve.

J & S Carousel

(904) 823-3388
180 San Marco Ave

Children love to ride this old-fashioned carousel at Davenport Park.

KidPirates Tours

(407) 917-3858
2 St. George Street

This 1-hr pirate tour for kids is led by Captain Henri and shares some of St. Augustine's swashbuckling history.

Lightner Museum

(904) 824-2874
75 King Street

Vacationers in St. Augustine can step back in time and marvel at the historic collection in this old hotel turned museum.

Limelight Theatre, Inc.

(866) 682-6400
11 Old Mission Avenue
Great shows at the Limelight Theatre in St. Augustine, Fl.

Dazzling performances ranging from the classics, to modern comedies, musicals and more!

Lincolnville Museum

(904) 824-1191
102 M L King Ave
The Lincolnville Museum is located in the old Excelsior High School in St. Augustine, Florida.

Excelsior was St. Augustine's first black public high school, now a museum and cultural center.

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

(904) 471-1111
9600 Oceanshore Blvd

Marineland offers a variety of ways to interact with their dolphins, as well as hands-on exhibits about marine life and the history of this classic Florida attraction.

Medieval Torture Museum

(904) 373-7777
100 St. George Street

This museum showcases the darker sides of human history.

Memorial Presbyterian Church

(904) 829-6451
32 Sevilla Street

Flagler's Memorial Presbyterian Church was dedicated on March 16, 1890. The old Presbyterian Church on St. George Street was vacated as the congregation moved to the new sanctuary with room for 480 worshipers.

Mission Nombre de Dios

(800) 342-6529
27 Ocean Avenue

Walk the scenic grounds dating back to the city's founding. Discover the role of Christianity in Florida at the Mission Museum.