Visit St. Augustine's many Attractions and Things to Do!

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 hooves on brick-paved streets 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.

Lincolnville Museum

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

Excelsior, St. Augustine's first black public high school, is now the home of the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center.

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

(407) 563-4701
9600 Oceanshore Blvd
Interacting with the dolphins at Marineland.

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.

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

(904) 471-1111
9600 Oceanshore Blvd

This historic attraction offers close encounters with dolphins and other marine animals.

Medieval Torture Museum

(904) 373-7777
100 St. George Street
Medieval Torture Museum

This museum showcases the darker sides of human history.

Memorial Presbyterian Church

(904) 829-6451
32 Sevilla Street

Florida's first Presbyterian Congregation, established in 1824, moved to this magnificant church in 1890.

Off the Grid Charters

(904) 669-1475
Harbor Drive
Off the Grid's custom 40' B&D sportfishing boat running out of St. Augustine.

The experienced captains of Off the Grid take visitors and locals to the best spots to catch fish that day.

Old Coast Ales

(904) 484-7705
300 Anastasia Blvd.

Local taproom featuring craft IPAs, ales, and more!

Old Jail

(844) 388-6452
167 San Marco Ave.
The Authentic Old Jail in St. Augustine.

Home of St. Augustine's most violent criminals from 1891–1953.

Old Town Cycle Cruise

(904) 599-9492
250 Vilano Road
Guests enjoing St. Augustine from the water while pedaling the Old Town Cycle Cruise boat in St. Augustine.

Old Town Cycle Tours offers a unique on the water experience in St. Augustine.

Old Town Trolley Tours

(904) 335-3155
167 San Marco Avenue
Old Town Trolley Tours offers a convenient way to get around town and learn all about St. Augustine's amazing history.

Old Town Trolley Tours offers a complete narrated tour of St. Augustine, along with the convenience of 23 stops throughout the historic district.

Oldest House Museum

(904) 824-2872
14 St. Francis Street
Front view of the Oldest House Museum Complex off St. Francis Street.

The Oldest House Museum Complex offers guided tours, two museums, a colonial kitchen, ornamental garden and museum store to its visitors.

Oldest Store Museum

(904) 829-3800
167 San Marco Ave.
The Oldest Store Museum is the re-creation of a St. Augustine general store from 1908.

Step back in time and explore the “modern” wonders of an early 20th century general store.

Oldest Wooden School House

(904) 824-0192
14 St. George Street
The Oldest Wooden School House in St. Augustine.

Take a lesson from the Oldest Wooden School House in the country, complete with replica displays and museum on the inside!

Peña-Peck House

(904) 829-5064
143 St. George Street
The Pena-Peck House in St. Augustine, Fl

The Peña-Peck House is a historic house that offers guided tours to visitors and locals.

Pirate & Treasure Museum

(877) 467-5863
12 S Castillo Drive
The Pirate and Treasure Museum is situated on the bayfront in historic St. Augustine, Fl.

Explore the world's largest collection of authentic pirate artifacts in a city that has seen its share of pirates.

Ponte Vedra Concert Hall

(904) 209-0399
1050 A1A North
The St. Johns County Cultural Division brings a host of world-class performers to the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall each year.

This concert hall is located north of St. Augustine and features live music acts and travelling performers.

Potter's Wax Museum

(904) 829-9056
31 Orange Street
The whole family will enjoy interacting with their favorite movie stars at Potter's Wax Museum.

The whole family can enjoy interacting with famous figures from history as well as modern movie stars and more at Potter's Wax Museum in St. Augustine.

Prehistoric St. Augustine

(904) 484-7458
162 St. George Street
The entrace to Prehistoric St. Augustine in Heritage Walk Mall at 162 St. George Street in St. Augustine.

Prehistoric St. Augustine presents both a museum and shop to satisfy amateur palentologists of every age.

Princess Place Preserve

(386) 313-4020
2500 Princess Place Road
Lodge at Princess Place Preserve (taken by K. Weaver).

This Flagler County park protects the oldest homestead in the county and offers hiking and equestrian trails, camping, and cottages.

Project SWING Playground

(904) 471-6616
10 W. Castillo Dr.
Project SWING is a fully equipped, interactive play area in historic St. Augustine

Project SWING is a fully equipped, interactive play area that was designed and built by the St. Augustine community in 1997.