Kid Friendly Things to Do

The nation's oldest city will come alive for the entire family in St. Augustine. Featuring attractions such as a pirate-themed museum, the nation's oldest masonry fort, an iconic lighthouse, zoological parks and archeological sites, and a host of fascinating historic sites, there's always something fun to do. Kids will love the boat rides, the train and trolley tours, the cannon firings, and the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with a dolphin.

Geo Trippin' Adventure Co.

(904) 701-3272
291 Cubbedge Road

GeoTrippin' Adventure Co. offers kayak tours and instruction — and fun on the water — with their tours of the waterways of the Matanzas and St. Johns Rivers.

GTM Research Reserve

(904) 823-4500
505 Guana River Road

GTM Research Reserve is dedicated to the preservation of an unspoiled and undeveloped natural treasure, supporting a vibrant ecosystem and subsystems.

Inshore and offshore fishing experiences guided by a local fishing captain.

Kayaking St. Augustine

(904) 315-8442
442 Ocean Vista Ave.

Kayaking and stand up paddleboard lessons, tours, and rentals in and around St. Augustine's waterways.

Kayaking St. Augustine

(904) 315-8442
442 Ocean Vista Ave.

Kayaking and stand up paddleboard lessons, tours, and rentals in and around St. Augustine's waterways.

Limelight Theatre, Inc.

(904) 825-1164
11 Old Mission Avenue

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

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.

Matanzas Inlet

8655 A1A South

The Matanzas Inlet encompasses 300 acres comprised of 4 ecosystems: the beach on the Atlantic Ocean with sand, dunes, and dune meadows.

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, or bird watching.

Old Jail

(844) 388-6452
167 San Marco Ave.

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

Old Town Cycle Cruise

(904) 599-9492
250 Vilano Road

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 complete narrated tour of St. Augustine, along with the convenience of 22 stops throughout the historic district.

Oldest Store Museum

(904) 829-3800
167 San Marco Ave.

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

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

Pinspiration

(904) 395-3056
880 A1A N, Suite 7

A Pinterest-inspired craft studio where guests create - and personalize - DIY projects.

Pirate & Treasure Museum

(904) 819-1444
12 S Castillo Drive

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

Potter's Wax Museum

(904) 829-9056
31 Orange Street

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.

Project SWING Playground

(904) 471-6616
10 W. Castillo Dr.

Project SWING is temporarily closed for repairs.

RefugeSea

(305) 970-0447

A seaside event specialist offering one-of-a-kind "seaperiences" on a classic boat in St. Augustine's waterways.

Ripley's Red Train Tours

(904) 824-1606
19 San Marco Avenue

Tour the nation's oldest city and learn all about its fascinating history on Ripley's Red Train.