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LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

St. Augustine Lighthouse








Climb to the top of the lighthouse tower for a majestic view of the nation's oldest city and the Atlantic Ocean while a historic interpreter tells about the changing coastline and its impact on ships over the city's long history.

The Alligator Farm








The Alligator Farm functions as a modern zoo serving the public and the scientific community with educational shows and exhibits, with important research and worldwide conservation efforts. Now also zipline over the alligators with this once in a lifetime experience.

The Amphitheatre








The Amphitheatre is a state of the art performing arts venue with the capacity to hold up to 4100 concert goers. Always a full schedule of a variety of performers.

St. George Street








Most commonly known for it's shopping and unique restaurants, St. George Street has a little bit of something for everyone. From one of a kind boutiques to local musicians and artists, come grab a bite to eat or spend the day enjoying the shops.

Anastasia State Park








Located within beautiful Anastasia State Park only 2 miles from downtown St. Augustine, Anastasia Watersports provides an ideal opportunity to explore the tidal lagoon known as "Salt Run."Protected from the ocean by a line of sand dunes, this area is ideal for canoeing or kayaking, whilst the sea breezes make it a perfect spot to learn to windsurf or take out one of our easy-to-use Hobie catamarans.

Marineland








Marineland Dolphin Adventure, the world's first oceanarium, invites you to join us in creating lasting memories at our 1.3 million gallon series of dolphin habitats.

St. Augustine Beaches








St. Augustine Beaches are definitely something to brag about. With miles and miles of sand, there's no better place to spend your time.

Fort Matanzas








Coastal Florida was a major field of conflict as European nations fought for control in the New World. As part of this struggle, Fort Matanzas guarded St. Augustine’s southern river approach. The colonial wars are over, but the monument is still protecting—not just the historic fort, but also the wild barrier island and the plants and animals who survive there amidst a sea of modern development.