Things to do in St. Augustine

Looking for the best things to do in St. Augustine? Learn directly from the locals which restaurants to try, where the best beaches are located, and how to find the most iconic historical sites and attractions. There are so many things to do in St. Augustine, Florida and all along the Atlantic Coast of Northeast Florida. Book your stay and start planning your vacation today!

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 are available.Read more
Foodies, rejoice! St. Augustine has become a destination for visitors looking for great and even unique dining experiences. With St. Augustine’s rich history, you can find culinary delights influenced by all the cultures in the city’s past and present. Check out the ongoing and scheduled...Read more
Check out one of the hidden gems of St. Augustine - Fort Mose Historic State Park, a 40-acre waterfront historic site. The park offers picnic areas, observation and birding boardwalk, kayak launch boardwalk, a visitor center and museum. Many educational opportunities are available, particularly for...Read more
This is a great time of year to visit St. Augustine! The weather is cooler with average temps from a low of 57 to a high of 75 so it’s a great idea to come prepared for cooler and warmer weather. The crowds tend to...Read more
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
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
Fort Matanzas National Monument was built in 1742 to defend the city of St. Augustine from British attack. Located just 15 miles south of St. Augustine, it has stood in the Matanzas Inlet for well over 250 years. A remnant of Florida's Spanish past, today...Read more
The Litter Gitter is a program of Matanzas Riverkeeper that takes members of our community out on the river to remove trash from our waterways and to learn about the issues surrounding marine debris and litter. The namesake of the program is the Litter Gitter...Read more

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