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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.

St. Augustine Art Association

(904) 824-2310
22 Marine Street

For over 90 years, the St. Augustine Art Association has continuously promoted artistic excellence.

St. Augustine Bike Rentals

(904) 547-2074
125 King Street

Rent a bike, Segway, pedicab, and more to sightsee your way through St. Augustine in style.

St. Augustine Boat Tours

(904) 687-8297
57 Comares Ave.

Guests can see the city from a new perspective aboard a St. Augustine Boat Tour.

St. Augustine Distillery

(904) 825-4962
112 Riberia Street

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 Land & Sea Tours

(904) 679-9880
170 St. George Street

Learn more about St. Augustine's history on a tour that takes place on both the land and the Matanzas.

St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum

(904) 829-0745
100 Red Cox Road

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

St. Augustine Municipal Marina

(904) 825-1026
111 Avenida Menendez

The St. Augustine Municipal Marina has dock and mooring space, on-shore facilities, dinghy docks, and a special event lawn.

St. Augustine Sailing

(904) 829-0648
3076 Harbor Drive

St. Augustine Sailing offers guests the opportunity to experience life under sail — with charters and sailing classes on both mono-hulls and catamarans.

St. Augustine Shipwreck Museum

(904) 217-0655
46 Charlotte Street

This museum and gallery ignite the imagination of those who visit with information about sea life, lost treasure, and how explorers use technology to reach the deep.

St. Augustine Surf Culture and History Museum

(904) 824-2872
14 St. Francis Street

The museum presents a colorful look at St. Augustine's surfing history.

St. Augustine TourPass

(843) 410-2577

Visitors to St. Augustine can purchase one, two, and three-day passes for area attractions.

A daily water shuttle service between Vilano Beach and historic downtown St. Augustine.

St. Augustine Waterworks

184 San Marco Ave.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places for community planning and development in St. Augustine's Uptown neighborhood.

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.

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's Episcopal Church

(904) 829-8828
37 Lovett St.

St. Cyprian's is a diverse and inclusive community church that combines the modern with the traditional in an intimate, welcoming setting.

St. Francis Barracks

(904) 823-0166
82 Marine Street

A bayfront landmark, constructed of coquina, that also houses a small museum detailing Florida's military history.

St. Johns County Agricultural Center

(904) 209-0430
3125 Agricultural Center Drive

A county venue hosting public agricultural events as well as private celebrations.

St. Photios Greek Shrine

(904) 829-8205
41 St. George Street

Visitors may step into the St. Photios Greek Orthodox Shrine to pray, light a candle, and to view their magnificent chapel.