St. Augustine’s beautiful and award-winning Nights of Lights Display will begin November 14 and continue through January 31. Please note this year there will not be the traditional lighting ceremony in the Plaza downtown. However, there are still many ways to enjoy the Nights of...Read more
As we head into the fall season, these are definitely some festivals and events you will enjoy in St. Augustine. Whether you want to get in the festive spirit at the Sykes Family Corn Maze or eat some delicious grub in celebration of our favorite...Read more
A wonderful way to begin your day in St. Augustine is watching the sunrise and taking a walk on the beach. Watching the sunrise and taking a walk on the beach is one of the best ways to begin your day in St. Augustine. While...Read more
Great Outdoor Activities Opportunities in St. Augustine St. Augustine and St. Johns County offer many opportunities for outdoor activities. Of course, our miles of beautiful beaches are one of the prime reasons, people flock here for vacations, but check this list for other activities that...Read more
We received news today that our beaches will re-open with restrictions and limited hours. People will now be able to exercise on the beach between the hours of 6 AM - 12 NOON. Hopefully, this is a small step toward normalcy. See you soon and stay safe!Read more
We miss you and we can hardly wait to see you again! When the Covid 19 situation resolves, and it will, we truly hope you will be able to come visit. Few things are as comforting as the sound of the waves and a walk...Read more
In addition to our world class museum, the property boasts a scenic outdoor courtyard and a large deck that overlooks the historic Matanzas River and the magnificent Castillo de San Marcos, the 17th Spanish fort located directly across the street on the bayfront. The museum...Read more
Saint Augustine is teaming with amazing artists, muscians and entertainers!Read more
Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Matanzas River, Washington Oaks Gardens State Park preserves 425 acres of coastal scenery along State Road A1A in Palm Coast, Florida. The Park's eastern boundary holds one of the largest outcroppings of coquina rock on the Atlantic Ocean,...Read more