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

St Augustine Attractions

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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.

Lakeside Park

2300 A1A South

Lakeside Park, situated on Anhinga Lake, provides a serene place for picnics, contemplation, and fishing.

Lightner Museum

(904) 824-2874
75 King Street

Enjoy an immersive experience of art and history in an iconic St. Augustine building.

Limelight Theatre, Inc.

(904) 825-1164
11 Old Mission Avenue

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

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

Llambias House

(904) 824-2872
31 St. Francis Street

A National Historic Landmark dating back to the first Spanish colonial period.

Four to six hour boat charters featuring a local style of fishing with a fourth generation Floridian.

Guests discover their inner maestro when visiting Maestro Winery

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

(407) 563-4701
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.

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

(904) 471-1111
9600 Oceanshore Blvd

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

Marineland Marina

(904) 814-9886
101 Tolstoy Lane

Marineland – NO LONGER DOES WEDDINGS

(904) 471-1111
9600 Oceanshore Blvd.

The Mainland Park no longer hosts or plans weddings at that facility.

Matanzas Inlet

8655 A1A South

The Matanzas Inlet park and beaches are part of the Fort Matanzas National Monument.

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

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

Native Sun Tours

(352) 212-6142
400 Riverside Blvd.

Step aboard a 24-foot Carolina Skiff with Captain Russ and learn more about St. Augustine from the water.

Nocatee Preserve and Mountain Bike Trail

(904) 209-0335
501 Davis Park Road

The natural, three miles of unpaved trails at Nocatee Preserve and Mountain Bike Trail are ideal for walking, jogging, mountain biking, bird watching, photographing nature, or horseback riding.

Off the Grid Charters

(904) 669-1475
Harbor Drive

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.

A local brew house offering up to 12 taps as well as wines, hard seltzers, kombucha, and all-natural soda.

Old Florida Museum at the Florida Agricultural Museum

(904) 824-8874
7900 Old Kings Road North

Offering student groups entertaining and educational immersive field trips for more than 25 years that highlight historical Florida living.

Old Jail

(844) 388-6452
167 San Marco Ave.

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