1 South Castillo Drive
The oldest masonry fort in the continental U.S. and a National Monument, the Castillo is the focal point of historic St. Augustine.
79 Bridge Street
A must visit museum where visitors learn about St. Augustine's impact on the Civil Rights Movement.
Aviles Street is the nation's oldest street and the heart of St. Augustine's Artist District.
A peaceful haven that connects man with picturesque views of nature on the St. Johns River.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Bridge of Lions connects historic downtown to Anastasia Island.
32 Aviles Street
One of the oldest structures in town, situated in the oldest continuously settled neighborhood.
161 Cordova Street
The Sons of Israel Congregation moved into their new synagogue in 1924.
74 King Street
Flagler College is a unique combination of the past and present, and an architectural icon of the city of St. Augustine.
74 King Street
This glamorous hotel, from Florida's golden tourism age, offers daily tours.
8635 A1A South
This National Monument's long history is closely connected with the founding of St. Augustine.
15 Fort Mose Trail
A National Historic Landmark since 1994 and a precursor site of the National Underground Railroad Network.
11 Magnolia Avenue
Experience edu-taining history at this important archaeological site.
48 King Street
Located on the Plaza de la Constitucion, this historic structure houses a free museum and public restrooms.
10 ½ South Castillo Drive
Located outside just outside the city gate, the Huguenot Cemetery was established in 1821 to serve the entire population, regardless of faith.
Corner of Hypolita and St. George Streets
A Spanish-style garden dedicated in 1965 as part of St. Augustine's formal 400th anniversary.
75 King Street
Enjoy an immersive experience of art and history in an iconic St. Augustine building.
102 M L King Ave
Excelsior, St. Augustine's first black public high school, is now the home of the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center.
31 St. Francis Street
The Llambias House, a National Historic Landmark, is one of the few buildings in St. Augustine that dates back to the first Spanish colonial period.
9600 Oceanshore Blvd
Offering an unforgettable dolphin experience at the world's first oceanarium.
Encompassing 300 acres comprised of four ecosystems, and also offers a beach on the Atlantic Ocean.
167 San Marco Ave.
Visitors can experience history as inmates in period dress guide them through the women’s cells, men’s cells, and the maximum-security cells.
14 St. Francis Street
A historic house museum offering docent led tours through St. Augustine's oldest surviving Spanish structure
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.
143 St. George Street
A historic house that offers guided tours and several wedding packages.
1 Cathedral Street
A national historic landmark that has been a gathering spot since 1573.
2500 Princess Place Road
The oldest homestead in the county offering hiking and equestrian trails, camping, and cottages.
Saint Augustine Running Tours offers guests guided runs through St. Augustine's historic downtown.
74 King St.
A historic Flagler College venue with views of downtown and the beaches.
3 Aviles Street
The Spanish Military Hospital Museum gives visitors a chance to learn about medical practices and procedures in the Colonial Spanish Period of St. Augustine.
Elkton's historic rural church honoring the area's early settlers and farmers.