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.

St. Augustine Amphitheatre

(904) 209-3742
1340 A1A South
The Ampitheatre brings renowned artists to perform live in St. Augustine throughout thte year.

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre is the premier concert venue in St. Johns County, hosting world-class artists throughout the year.

St. Augustine Aquarium

(904) 429-9777
2045 State Road 16

This family-friendly aquarium offers exciting encounters with a variety of marine life.

St. Augustine Art Association

(904) 824-2310
22 Marine Street
St. Augustine Art Association entrance.

This free art gallery showcases the talent of local artists in St. Augustine, and is a popular spot for First Friday.

St. Augustine Distillery

(904) 825-4962
112 Riberia Street
Visitors can tour this farm-to-bottle spirits distillery in St. Augustine, Florida.

Explore St. Augustine's first legal distillery since Prohibition and sample some of the award-winning spirits being crafted there.

St. Augustine Eco Tours

(904) 377-7245
111 Avenida Menendez

These guided water tours offer serious nature and plenty of fun.

St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum

(904) 829-0745
100 Red Cox Road

Climb 219 steps to the top for breathtaking views of the nation's oldest city and the Atlantic Ocean.

St. Augustine Sailing

(904) 829-0648
3076 Harbor Drive
Enjoy a relaxing sail with one of St. Augustine Sailing's private charters.

Enjoy a private chartered sail, reserve a mini-cruise for a larger group, or rent a sailboat if qualified, with the exclusive yacht charters and ASA sailing school in Camachee Cove Harbor.

St. Augustine Wild Reserve

(904) 940-0664
5190 Farm Creek Road

The St. Augustine Wild Reserve provides visitors with a rare opportunity to see wild animals up close. This facility houses over 50 large mammals ranging from tigers, lions and ligers to wolves.

St. Benedict the Moor

(904) 824-2806
86 M. L. King Avenue

Named for the patron saint of African-Americans, St. Benedict the Moor Catholic Church was built and dedicated in 1911. This church serves the historic Lincolnville district.

St. Cyprian Church

(904) 829-8828
37 Lovett St.

This rustic church was built in 1900 with wooden interior and beautiful stained glass windows.

St. Photios Greek Shrine

(904) 829-8205
41 St. George Street

Pray, light a candle, or view the Byzantine frescoes in this shrine and museum dedicated to the first Greek colony in the US.

The Magic & Mentalism of Viktor Zenko

(904) 342-2550
76 Spanish Street

Visitors can create magical memories with family at this show filled with Illusions, Comedy, and Audience Participation.

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

Trinity Episcopal Church

(904) 824-2876
215 Saint George Street

Trinity Parish Church was established in St. Augustine in 1821 and is the oldest Protestant Church in the state of Florida. The first building was erected in the 1830s and was made of coquina.

Villa Zorayda Museum

(904) 829-9887
83 King Street
St. Augustine's Villa Zorayda Museum is built to one-tenth the scale of a portion of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain.

The Villa Zorayda was built in the late 19th century to replicate a portion of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain.

Wet Cat Boats

(904) 635-3903
8155 Country Road 13 N

Wet Cat Boats offers jet-powered kayaks to rent for enjoying the scenery of the St. Augustine, Florida waters. One and 2 seater boats are available to rent, with speeds of up to 25 mph. Rental periods of 1 to 4 hours are available.

Whetstone Chocolate Factory

(904) 217-0275
139 King Street

Take a chocolate tour at this classic St. Augustine chocolatier, which offers a sweet look behind the candy-making process.

White Ibis Tours

(904) 325-3363
220 Nix Boat Yard Road

Boat tours and private pontoons catered to your group! Seats up to 6 people.

Wolf's Museum of Mystery

(904) 342-8377
46 Charlotte Street

A strange and macabre museum holding a collection of interesting art, pop culture, horror, and scifi items for viewing or purchase.

World Golf Hall of Fame

(904) 940-4123
One World Golf Place
The World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum is just north of St. Augustine, Florida.

Learn all about the accomplishments of golfers from around the world and the history of the game of golf.