Alligator Farm

Alligator farm

The St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park began in the late nineteenth century as a small exhibition of Florida reptiles and became a quintessential Florida attraction. Today it functions as a modern zoo serving the public and the scientific community with educational shows and exhibits, important research and worldwide conservation efforts. The Alligator Farm’s history as an attraction and an accredited zoo is nearly as exciting as zipping across the Alligator Lagoon on Crocodile Crossing, the park’s thrilling new zip-line attraction.  Located at 999 Anastasia Blvd. 904.824.3337.  Visit alligatorfarm.com

Bayfront Mini-Golf St Augustine, FL

Bayfront Mini-Golf

Bayfront Mini Golf is located next to the Bridge of Lions in the heart of historic downtown St. Augustine. This fun course is great for the whole family! While enjoying your visit to the nation’s oldest city stop by Bayfront Mini Golf for a quick game!  Located at 111 Avenida Menendez.  904.829.1673.

Castillo de San Marcos

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

St. Augustine's most historically significant structure is the Castillo de San Marcos, a fort constructed by the Spanish between 1672 and 1695. A monument not only of stone and mortar but of human determination and endurance, the Castillo de San Marcos symbolizes the clash between cultures which ultimately resulted in our uniquely unified nation.  Still resonant with the struggles of an earlier time, these original walls provide tangible evidence of America’s grim but remarkable history.  Located at 1 South Castillo Drive.  904.829.6506.  Visit nps.gov

St Augustine Fishing Charters

Fishing Guides and Charters

The St. Augustine and St. Johns County area abounds in fishing guides waiting to take you to the best spots.  Guides are available for fishing in local lakes, the intracoastal waterway and all along the coastline.  Whether you are looking for a fly-fishing guide or a day out on the open sea, you have come to the right place! Check out staugustineoutdoors for more information.

Flagler College

Flagler College

Legacy Tours highlight the architectural heritage of the former Hotel Ponce de Leon, a nationally designated historic landmark building, built by Henry Flagler in 1887. Millionaire industrialist/developer Henry Morrison Flagler envisioned creating an American Riviera in St. Augustine and the Hotel Ponce de Leon, now Flagler College, has recaptured the architectural spirit of old Europe. The Hotel is as prestigious now as it was in 1888. This beautiful Spanish Revival structure represents proof that preserving the past is compatible with modern urban life.  Guided tours depart daily from the main lobby of the College at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Located at 74 King Street.  904-829-6481 / 800-304-4208.  Visit flagler.edu

Fountain of Youth St Augustine

Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park

The Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park is a 15 acre waterfront, Historical Site where St. Augustine, Florida began in 1565.  This is the location where Spanish Explorer Pedro Menendez de Aviles, in 1565, established the first and oldest continuous Europeon Settlement in the United States of America. The Timucua Indian Village of Seloy existed here for almost 4,000 years before the arrival of the Spanish in 1513, and with Ponce de Leon's claim of possession for the Spanish King in 1513, "La Florida" was born. Explore what Archaeology tells us about this very important site. Drink from the Legendary Fountain.  Explore the Timucuan Native Indian Village.  See stars in the planetarioum. Located at 11 Magnolia Avenue. 904.829.3168.  Visit fountainofyouthflorida.com

Ghost Tours St Augustine

GhoST Augustine

Want to avoid the typical St. Augustine ghost tour crowds? Do you want to have a more genuine ghostly experience? If so, then our Hearse Ride Tour or Total Paranormal St. Augustine Tour is your best choice. If you want to have a spirited evening in double meaning, then the walking Haunted Pub Tour or Pub Hearse Ride will make your night a night you wish you would have remembered... Also at night you can enjoy our Dead Walk Tour. Whichever ghost tour of St. Augustine you pick with us will be conducted by a licensed tour guide of the oldest and most haunted city in America. Your ghost host is very well versed in the paranormal and will guide you through the dark haunted history. Contact 888.653.1565.  Visit ghostaugustine.com

Ghost Tours of St Augustine

This award winning tour, recently voted #1 Guided Tour in Florida by the readers of Florida Living Magazine and is featured on the Discovery and Travel Channels, is held every night of the year, including all holidays, and we also have other seasonal and private tours available. Ghost Tours of St. Augustine was developed in 1994 by Sandy Craig, a native resident of St. Augustine. Sandy's heritage roots go back 400 years in St. Augustine, to the first Spanish settlers who arrived in this ancient city. She is of Minorcan descent, a cultural group of people migrated from Minorca, Spain who still inhabit St. Augustine.    Contact: 904.829.1122.  Visit ghostlyexperience.com

Lightner Museum

Lightner Museum

Relics of America's Gilded Age are elegantly exhibited on the museum's three floors. Costumes, furnishings, mechanical musical instruments and other artifacts give you a glimpse into 19th century daily life. The Lightner collection includes beautiful examples of cut glass, Victorian art glass and the stained glass work of Louis Comfort Tiffany. The lobby of the museum has recently been restored to the opulence of its early days as the Alcazar Hotel. Located at 75 King Street. 904.824.2874.  Visit lightnermuseum.org

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

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. Gone are the days of circus routines and jumping through hoops while loud music and narration set the tone. Now the guests join our animals in their habitats and make the physical and emotional connection that inevitably leads to a true understanding of why we need to protect these incredible animals and their marine environment. Located at 9600 Oceanshore Blvd.  904.471.1111..  Visit marineland.net

St Augustine Farmers Market

Old City Farmers Market

Come visit the Old City Farmers Market for fresh produce, baked goods, hand-crafted items and plants directly from the producers. There’s even fresh seafood in season. The Farmers market is always a lot of fun for the whole family with live entertainment and much more.   A true farmers market with great offerings from some of the areas finest organic farms and talented crafters. The Old City Farmers Market takes place every Saturday morning at the St. Augustine Amphitheater on A1A South in St. Augustine, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Admission is free. Visit staugustinefm.com

Authentic Old Jail St Augustine, FL

Old Jail

A visit to the Old Jail is almost a must when in St. Augustine. This attraction is open for day tours and night tours. The Authentic Old Jail once served as the city of St. Augustine’s jail, from 1891 until 1953. This jail was paid for by Henry Flagler who requested that the city jail be moved from the old Cordova street location, very near his new Ponce de Leon Hotel. Flagler contracted the P.J. Pauley Jail Company for the task, the same jail builders who constructed Alcatraz in San Francisco! At the Old jail visitors will be given a guided tour of the jail and Sherriff’s quarters. Costumed ‘inmates’ lead you through the separate sections of the jail, from the women’s section, to the men's maximum security cells. Night tours of the jail are offers by Old Town Trolley, called Ghosts and Gravestones. Put some excitement into your night in St. Augustine with this chilling tour of the nation’s oldest city!  Located at  167 San Marco Ave.  904.829.3800.  Visit Authentic Old Jail

Old Town Trolley Tours

Old Town Trolley Tour

The nation’s oldest city, St. Augustine, beckons visitors to discover its charming cobblestone streets, historical landmarks and pristine beaches. Friendly locals, sunny days and lovely places to dine, play and become enlightened, welcome guests year-round. For over 30 years, Old Town Trolley Tours has brought the best of the city to life through Transportainment, our unique blend of transportation and entertainment. Climb aboard to experience the humorous tales and interesting trivia of our friendly conductors, as they bring 500 years of American history to life.  For more information contact 888.910.8687.  Visit trolleytours.com

Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Visit Ripley’s First and Oldest Believe It or Not! Odditorium with Amazing Exhibits, Unusual Art, Unbelievable & Genuine Artifacts from Around the Globe!  Our museum includes weird class family fun for all ages. Collections include real shrunken human heads, pirates, the Peel Car which is the world’s smallest production car, marvel at the largest operational erector set Ferris Wheel, and even take your picture with The Lizard Man! Over 800 other unique exhibits, artifacts, artwork and so much more await you and your family inside the museum right here in St. Augustine!  Located at 19 San Marco Avenue.  904.824.1606.  Visit ripleys.com

Ripple Effect Ecotours St Augustine, FL

RIPPLE EFFECT KAYAKING ECOTOURS

Welcome to St. Augustine's "Real" Environmental Outfitter.  Kayak Tours from the Town of Marineland - the most beautiful and natural coastal habitat in Northeast Florida!  In our continuing effort to provide the best eco-educational kayaking experiences in Northeast Florida, Ripple Effect Ecotours has now partnered with the Marineland Dolphin Adventure and the University of Florida's Whitney Lab. This new partnership combines an incredible foundation in research, education, conservation, and natural interpretation with unique access to the southern boundary of the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTM-NERR).  This biologically rich area has been described as "the cornerstone behind the nomination of the Matanzas River as the 25th National Estuarine Research Reserve of the United States".  Contact us to make your tour reservations at 904.347.1565.  Visit rippleeffectecotours.com

San Sebastian Winery

San Sebastian Winery

San Sebastian ranks as one of Florida's premium wineries, and remains a pioneer in the development of table, sparkling and dessert wines from hybrid and Muscadine grapes. Vintage-dated varietals from hybrids such as Stover and Blanc Du Bois are produced and marketed along with blended and sparkling wines from native Muscadine grapes. Port and Cream Sherry dessert wines are also produced by and sold under the San Sebastian brand. Together, these labels have won many awards for excellence in winemaking, over 300 so far with more to come each season. Every year more than 100,000 people are expected to visit the winery’s extensive tasting room and wine shop.  Located at 157 King Street.  888.352.9463.  Visit sansebastianwinery.com

Schooner Freedom

Schooner Freedom Charters

Sailing from the St Augustine Municipal Marina in historic downtown St. Augustine.  Take a step back in time on the Schooner Freedom!  Kick back, relax and soak up the sun, or get salty by helping the crew to set sail! Bring a pair of binoculars and look for dolphins, manatees, and birds, or take the helm for an unforgettable sailing experience. View St. Augustine's historic charms from a unique perspective. Watch the sun set behind our beautiful city, and then enjoy the beauty of the St. Augustine skyline outlined with moonlight. Music, wind in the sails, and the sunset-drenched landscape provide a perfect end to your day on the town or the perfect beginning to your night. Located at 111 Avenida Menendez.  904.810.1010.  Visit schoonerfreedom.com

St Augustine Amphitheatre

St Augustine Amphitheatre

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre was built in 1965 to commemorate St. Augustine’s 400th Anniversary as our nation’s oldest permanent European settlement. The 16-acre section of Anastasia State Park that makes up the amphitheatre grounds includes an old quarry where coquina rock was obtained to build early St. Augustine homes and commercial buildings, as well as the fort, Castillo de San Marcos.  In 2002, St. Johns County made the decision to invest in refurbishing the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. After 5 years of construction and a sizeable investment, the Amphitheatre is a state of the art performing arts venue with the capacity to hold up to 4100 concert goers. 904.209.3746. Visit staugustineamp.com for a schedule of upcoming concerts.

St Augustine Art Association

ST AUGUSTINE ART ASSOCIATION

The St. Augustine Art Association has been promoting excellence in the arts since 1924. Located in the Historic District of the nation's oldest city, the Association produces monthly juried exhibits of works by emerging and professional artists as well as the annual Thanksgiving Art & Craft Festival. The art gallery serves as the community's cultural hub, housing a collection of "Lost Colony" art and providing a gathering place for workshops, lectures, children's programs, concerts and special events. Gallery hours are Tue-Sat: Noon to 4pm and Sundays: 2-5pm.  Located at 22 Marine Street.  904.824.2310. Visit staaa.org

St Augustine Segway Tours

St Augustine Glided Segway Tours

Explore St. Augustine on a Segway!  Ever wondered what it was like to explore scenic bayfronts, visit historical sites, or spend your holiday going from place to place... all while effortlessly gliding on a Segway® Personal Transporter?     Well now you can do just that in St. Augustine, the Nation's Oldest City!  Call to make a reservation at 904.669.9806.  Visit segwaystaugustine.com

St Augustine Lighthouse

St Augustine Lighthouse & Museum

Our mission as a non-profit historic site and museum is "to preserve, present, interpret and keep alive the stories of the Nation's Oldest Port as symbolized by our working Saint Augustine Lighthouse." Climb 214 steps to the top of the 1875 Lighthouse for a wonderful view of Saint Augustine and the wide, sandy Beaches. Walk around the Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program Boatworks and boat yard to see small craft under construction and view artifacts from shipwrecks just off shore.  We recommend that you allow at least one hour to tour the site and climb the tower.  Located at 81 Lighthouse Avenue. 904.829.0745.  Visit staugustinelighthouse.com

St Augustine Pirate Museum

St Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum

The St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum is a unique collection of authentic pirate artifacts coupled with elements of interactive technology that reveal a scintillating historic adventure through the Golden Age of Piracy and the lives of the era's most infamous pirates. With the "please touch" and audio-animatronics of a theme park coupled with the provenance of a museum, guests undertake an awesome pirate journey both above and below deck filled with compelling lore, surprising facts and an abundance of sensory perceptions. Located at 12 S Castillo Drive.  877.467.5863. Visit thepiratemuseum.com

Carraige Tours of St Augustine

Tour St Augustine

Tour Saint Augustine Inc. has been leading the way in tourism for nearly two decades as the city's original Receptive Tour Operator company. We specialize in customized group tour packages, educational field trips, elite client services for private & VIP groups, as well as offering the area's premier tour-guide-for-hire services. Our central downtown office located in the heart of the scenic Flagler Era Historic District is also home to St. Augustine's best walking tour attraction, with a variety of exciting daily excursions available to the public.  Located at 4 Granada Street.  904.825.0087.  Visit staugustinetours.com

Uptown Saturday Night

Uptown Saturday Night

Hear and listen to the flourishing local arts and music scene as St. Augustine comes alive every “Last Saturday”. Experience a different side of the vibrant local arts scene in beautiful, historic St. Augustine.  Antiques, art galleries, coffee shops, live music, great restaurants and much more.  The event is held from 5 to 9 p.m. the last Saturday of each month in shops and galleries along San Marco Avenue. Refreshments contribute to the party-like atmosphere. Free parking is available streetside and in the Mission parking lot. The free event is sponsored by the San Marco Avenue Merchants Association.  Located one block north of the Castillo de San Marcos and Visitors Information and Parking Center.  For more information contact: 904.829.0544

Villa Zorayda Museum

Villa Zorayda Museum

After several years of historical renovation, the Villa Zorayda with its collection of unique antiquities is a must see on your visit to our nations oldest city!  On the National Register of Historic Places it was built in 1883 as the winter residence of Franklin Smith utilizing his method of construction of poured concrete and crushed coquina shell. It is built 1/10th the scale of a section of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. The 45-60 minute tour gives an in depth look at the historical significance of the building to the City of St. Augustine, the magnificent architecture as well as descriptions of the many exquisite pieces you will see. Located at 83 King Street.  904.829.9887.  Visit villazorayda.com

Wednesday Market St Augustine Beach

WEDNESDAY MARKET

The Wednesday Market is a unique and enjoyable shopping experience at the Saint Johns County Pier Park.  The Market is sponsored by the Saint Augustine Beach Civic Association.  Anywhere from 60 to 80 vendors participate each Wednesday morning year round from 8 AM until 12:30 PM.  Vendors, most local and others from as far away as Orlando, Florida display an array of produce, prepared foods, local seafood, art, crafts, jewelry and fair trade goods. Our vendors & artists provide a wide variety of goods with a heavy emphasis on home grown, hand picked, and hand crafted items that are unique.  It's shopping in the most beautiful setting in the world.  Join the fun and shop local... shop Florida at The Wednesday Market.  904.347.8007. Visit thecivicassociation.org

World Golf Village

World Golf Village

World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida. is home to the World Golf Hall of Fame and features top-rated accommodations, championship golf courses, the PGA TOUR Golf Academy, golf-themed dining and much more. Ranked 20th best resort on Golf World's 2010 Readers' Choice list, World Golf Village is a perfect destination for your next Florida Golf vacation.  Make plans to visit us soon and immerse yourself in this one-of-a-kind golf experience. Located 8 miles north of historic St. Augustine. 800.948.4653. Visit worldgolfvillage.com

Alligator Farm

Alligator farm

The St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park began in the late nineteenth century as a small exhibition of Florida reptiles and became a quintessential Florida attraction. Today it functions as a modern zoo serving the public and the scientific community with educational shows and exhibits, important research and worldwide conservation efforts. The Alligator Farm’s history as an attraction and an accredited zoo is nearly as exciting as zipping across the Alligator Lagoon on Crocodile Crossing, the park’s thrilling new zip-line attraction.  Located at 999 Anastasia Blvd. 904.824.3337.  Visit alligatorfarm.com

Bayfront Mini-Golf St Augustine, FL

Bayfront Mini-Golf

Bayfront Mini Golf is located next to the Bridge of Lions in the heart of historic downtown St. Augustine. This fun course is great for the whole family! While enjoying your visit to the nation’s oldest city stop by Bayfront Mini Golf for a quick game!  Located at 111 Avenida Menendez.  904.829.1673.

Castillo de San Marcos

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

St. Augustine's most historically significant structure is the Castillo de San Marcos, a fort constructed by the Spanish between 1672 and 1695. A monument not only of stone and mortar but of human determination and endurance, the Castillo de San Marcos symbolizes the clash between cultures which ultimately resulted in our uniquely unified nation.  Still resonant with the struggles of an earlier time, these original walls provide tangible evidence of America’s grim but remarkable history.  Located at 1 South Castillo Drive.  904.829.6506.  Visit nps.gov

St Augustine Fishing Charters

Fishing Guides and Charters

The St. Augustine and St. Johns County area abounds in fishing guides waiting to take you to the best spots.  Guides are available for fishing in local lakes, the intracoastal waterway and all along the coastline.  Whether you are looking for a fly-fishing guide or a day out on the open sea, you have come to the right place! Check out staugustineoutdoors for more information.

Flagler College

Flagler College

Legacy Tours highlight the architectural heritage of the former Hotel Ponce de Leon, a nationally designated historic landmark building, built by Henry Flagler in 1887. Millionaire industrialist/developer Henry Morrison Flagler envisioned creating an American Riviera in St. Augustine and the Hotel Ponce de Leon, now Flagler College, has recaptured the architectural spirit of old Europe. The Hotel is as prestigious now as it was in 1888. This beautiful Spanish Revival structure represents proof that preserving the past is compatible with modern urban life.  Guided tours depart daily from the main lobby of the College at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Located at 74 King Street.  904-829-6481 / 800-304-4208.  Visit flagler.edu

Fountain of Youth St Augustine

Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park

The Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park is a 15 acre waterfront, Historical Site where St. Augustine, Florida began in 1565.  This is the location where Spanish Explorer Pedro Menendez de Aviles, in 1565, established the first and oldest continuous Europeon Settlement in the United States of America. The Timucua Indian Village of Seloy existed here for almost 4,000 years before the arrival of the Spanish in 1513, and with Ponce de Leon's claim of possession for the Spanish King in 1513, "La Florida" was born. Explore what Archaeology tells us about this very important site. Drink from the Legendary Fountain.  Explore the Timucuan Native Indian Village.  See stars in the planetarioum. Located at 11 Magnolia Avenue. 904.829.3168.  Visit fountainofyouthflorida.com

Ghost Tours St Augustine

GhoST Augustine

Want to avoid the typical St. Augustine ghost tour crowds? Do you want to have a more genuine ghostly experience? If so, then our Hearse Ride Tour or Total Paranormal St. Augustine Tour is your best choice. If you want to have a spirited evening in double meaning, then the walking Haunted Pub Tour or Pub Hearse Ride will make your night a night you wish you would have remembered... Also at night you can enjoy our Dead Walk Tour. Whichever ghost tour of St. Augustine you pick with us will be conducted by a licensed tour guide of the oldest and most haunted city in America. Your ghost host is very well versed in the paranormal and will guide you through the dark haunted history. Contact 888.653.1565.  Visit ghostaugustine.com

Ghost Tours of St Augustine

This award winning tour, recently voted #1 Guided Tour in Florida by the readers of Florida Living Magazine and is featured on the Discovery and Travel Channels, is held every night of the year, including all holidays, and we also have other seasonal and private tours available. Ghost Tours of St. Augustine was developed in 1994 by Sandy Craig, a native resident of St. Augustine. Sandy's heritage roots go back 400 years in St. Augustine, to the first Spanish settlers who arrived in this ancient city. She is of Minorcan descent, a cultural group of people migrated from Minorca, Spain who still inhabit St. Augustine.    Contact: 904.829.1122.  Visit ghostlyexperience.com

Lightner Museum

Lightner Museum

Relics of America's Gilded Age are elegantly exhibited on the museum's three floors. Costumes, furnishings, mechanical musical instruments and other artifacts give you a glimpse into 19th century daily life. The Lightner collection includes beautiful examples of cut glass, Victorian art glass and the stained glass work of Louis Comfort Tiffany. The lobby of the museum has recently been restored to the opulence of its early days as the Alcazar Hotel. Located at 75 King Street. 904.824.2874.  Visit lightnermuseum.org

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

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. Gone are the days of circus routines and jumping through hoops while loud music and narration set the tone. Now the guests join our animals in their habitats and make the physical and emotional connection that inevitably leads to a true understanding of why we need to protect these incredible animals and their marine environment. Located at 9600 Oceanshore Blvd.  904.471.1111..  Visit marineland.net

St Augustine Farmers Market

Old City Farmers Market

Come visit the Old City Farmers Market for fresh produce, baked goods, hand-crafted items and plants directly from the producers. There’s even fresh seafood in season. The Farmers market is always a lot of fun for the whole family with live entertainment and much more.   A true farmers market with great offerings from some of the areas finest organic farms and talented crafters. The Old City Farmers Market takes place every Saturday morning at the St. Augustine Amphitheater on A1A South in St. Augustine, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Admission is free. Visit staugustinefm.com

Authentic Old Jail St Augustine, FL

Old Jail

A visit to the Old Jail is almost a must when in St. Augustine. This attraction is open for day tours and night tours. The Authentic Old Jail once served as the city of St. Augustine’s jail, from 1891 until 1953. This jail was paid for by Henry Flagler who requested that the city jail be moved from the old Cordova street location, very near his new Ponce de Leon Hotel. Flagler contracted the P.J. Pauley Jail Company for the task, the same jail builders who constructed Alcatraz in San Francisco! At the Old jail visitors will be given a guided tour of the jail and Sherriff’s quarters. Costumed ‘inmates’ lead you through the separate sections of the jail, from the women’s section, to the men's maximum security cells. Night tours of the jail are offers by Old Town Trolley, called Ghosts and Gravestones. Put some excitement into your night in St. Augustine with this chilling tour of the nation’s oldest city!  Located at  167 San Marco Ave.  904.829.3800.  Visit Authentic Old Jail

Old Town Trolley Tours

Old Town Trolley Tour

The nation’s oldest city, St. Augustine, beckons visitors to discover its charming cobblestone streets, historical landmarks and pristine beaches. Friendly locals, sunny days and lovely places to dine, play and become enlightened, welcome guests year-round. For over 30 years, Old Town Trolley Tours has brought the best of the city to life through Transportainment, our unique blend of transportation and entertainment. Climb aboard to experience the humorous tales and interesting trivia of our friendly conductors, as they bring 500 years of American history to life.  For more information contact 888.910.8687.  Visit trolleytours.com

Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Visit Ripley’s First and Oldest Believe It or Not! Odditorium with Amazing Exhibits, Unusual Art, Unbelievable & Genuine Artifacts from Around the Globe!  Our museum includes weird class family fun for all ages. Collections include real shrunken human heads, pirates, the Peel Car which is the world’s smallest production car, marvel at the largest operational erector set Ferris Wheel, and even take your picture with The Lizard Man! Over 800 other unique exhibits, artifacts, artwork and so much more await you and your family inside the museum right here in St. Augustine!  Located at 19 San Marco Avenue.  904.824.1606.  Visit ripleys.com

Ripple Effect Ecotours St Augustine, FL

RIPPLE EFFECT KAYAKING ECOTOURS

Welcome to St. Augustine's "Real" Environmental Outfitter.  Kayak Tours from the Town of Marineland - the most beautiful and natural coastal habitat in Northeast Florida!  In our continuing effort to provide the best eco-educational kayaking experiences in Northeast Florida, Ripple Effect Ecotours has now partnered with the Marineland Dolphin Adventure and the University of Florida's Whitney Lab. This new partnership combines an incredible foundation in research, education, conservation, and natural interpretation with unique access to the southern boundary of the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTM-NERR).  This biologically rich area has been described as "the cornerstone behind the nomination of the Matanzas River as the 25th National Estuarine Research Reserve of the United States".  Contact us to make your tour reservations at 904.347.1565.  Visit rippleeffectecotours.com

San Sebastian Winery

San Sebastian Winery

San Sebastian ranks as one of Florida's premium wineries, and remains a pioneer in the development of table, sparkling and dessert wines from hybrid and Muscadine grapes. Vintage-dated varietals from hybrids such as Stover and Blanc Du Bois are produced and marketed along with blended and sparkling wines from native Muscadine grapes. Port and Cream Sherry dessert wines are also produced by and sold under the San Sebastian brand. Together, these labels have won many awards for excellence in winemaking, over 300 so far with more to come each season. Every year more than 100,000 people are expected to visit the winery’s extensive tasting room and wine shop.  Located at 157 King Street.  888.352.9463.  Visit sansebastianwinery.com

Schooner Freedom

Schooner Freedom Charters

Sailing from the St Augustine Municipal Marina in historic downtown St. Augustine.  Take a step back in time on the Schooner Freedom!  Kick back, relax and soak up the sun, or get salty by helping the crew to set sail! Bring a pair of binoculars and look for dolphins, manatees, and birds, or take the helm for an unforgettable sailing experience. View St. Augustine's historic charms from a unique perspective. Watch the sun set behind our beautiful city, and then enjoy the beauty of the St. Augustine skyline outlined with moonlight. Music, wind in the sails, and the sunset-drenched landscape provide a perfect end to your day on the town or the perfect beginning to your night. Located at 111 Avenida Menendez.  904.810.1010.  Visit schoonerfreedom.com

St Augustine Amphitheatre

St Augustine Amphitheatre

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre was built in 1965 to commemorate St. Augustine’s 400th Anniversary as our nation’s oldest permanent European settlement. The 16-acre section of Anastasia State Park that makes up the amphitheatre grounds includes an old quarry where coquina rock was obtained to build early St. Augustine homes and commercial buildings, as well as the fort, Castillo de San Marcos.  In 2002, St. Johns County made the decision to invest in refurbishing the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. After 5 years of construction and a sizeable investment, the Amphitheatre is a state of the art performing arts venue with the capacity to hold up to 4100 concert goers. 904.209.3746. Visit staugustineamp.com for a schedule of upcoming concerts.

St Augustine Art Association

ST AUGUSTINE ART ASSOCIATION

The St. Augustine Art Association has been promoting excellence in the arts since 1924. Located in the Historic District of the nation's oldest city, the Association produces monthly juried exhibits of works by emerging and professional artists as well as the annual Thanksgiving Art & Craft Festival. The art gallery serves as the community's cultural hub, housing a collection of "Lost Colony" art and providing a gathering place for workshops, lectures, children's programs, concerts and special events. Gallery hours are Tue-Sat: Noon to 4pm and Sundays: 2-5pm.  Located at 22 Marine Street.  904.824.2310. Visit staaa.org

St Augustine Segway Tours

St Augustine Glided Segway Tours

Explore St. Augustine on a Segway!  Ever wondered what it was like to explore scenic bayfronts, visit historical sites, or spend your holiday going from place to place... all while effortlessly gliding on a Segway® Personal Transporter?     Well now you can do just that in St. Augustine, the Nation's Oldest City!  Call to make a reservation at 904.669.9806.  Visit segwaystaugustine.com

St Augustine Lighthouse

St Augustine Lighthouse & Museum

Our mission as a non-profit historic site and museum is "to preserve, present, interpret and keep alive the stories of the Nation's Oldest Port as symbolized by our working Saint Augustine Lighthouse." Climb 214 steps to the top of the 1875 Lighthouse for a wonderful view of Saint Augustine and the wide, sandy Beaches. Walk around the Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program Boatworks and boat yard to see small craft under construction and view artifacts from shipwrecks just off shore.  We recommend that you allow at least one hour to tour the site and climb the tower.  Located at 81 Lighthouse Avenue. 904.829.0745.  Visit staugustinelighthouse.com

St Augustine Pirate Museum

St Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum

The St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum is a unique collection of authentic pirate artifacts coupled with elements of interactive technology that reveal a scintillating historic adventure through the Golden Age of Piracy and the lives of the era's most infamous pirates. With the "please touch" and audio-animatronics of a theme park coupled with the provenance of a museum, guests undertake an awesome pirate journey both above and below deck filled with compelling lore, surprising facts and an abundance of sensory perceptions. Located at 12 S Castillo Drive.  877.467.5863. Visit thepiratemuseum.com

Carraige Tours of St Augustine

Tour St Augustine

Tour Saint Augustine Inc. has been leading the way in tourism for nearly two decades as the city's original Receptive Tour Operator company. We specialize in customized group tour packages, educational field trips, elite client services for private & VIP groups, as well as offering the area's premier tour-guide-for-hire services. Our central downtown office located in the heart of the scenic Flagler Era Historic District is also home to St. Augustine's best walking tour attraction, with a variety of exciting daily excursions available to the public.  Located at 4 Granada Street.  904.825.0087.  Visit staugustinetours.com

Uptown Saturday Night

Uptown Saturday Night

Hear and listen to the flourishing local arts and music scene as St. Augustine comes alive every “Last Saturday”. Experience a different side of the vibrant local arts scene in beautiful, historic St. Augustine.  Antiques, art galleries, coffee shops, live music, great restaurants and much more.  The event is held from 5 to 9 p.m. the last Saturday of each month in shops and galleries along San Marco Avenue. Refreshments contribute to the party-like atmosphere. Free parking is available streetside and in the Mission parking lot. The free event is sponsored by the San Marco Avenue Merchants Association.  Located one block north of the Castillo de San Marcos and Visitors Information and Parking Center.  For more information contact: 904.829.0544

Villa Zorayda Museum

Villa Zorayda Museum

After several years of historical renovation, the Villa Zorayda with its collection of unique antiquities is a must see on your visit to our nations oldest city!  On the National Register of Historic Places it was built in 1883 as the winter residence of Franklin Smith utilizing his method of construction of poured concrete and crushed coquina shell. It is built 1/10th the scale of a section of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. The 45-60 minute tour gives an in depth look at the historical significance of the building to the City of St. Augustine, the magnificent architecture as well as descriptions of the many exquisite pieces you will see. Located at 83 King Street.  904.829.9887.  Visit villazorayda.com

Wednesday Market St Augustine Beach

WEDNESDAY MARKET

The Wednesday Market is a unique and enjoyable shopping experience at the Saint Johns County Pier Park.  The Market is sponsored by the Saint Augustine Beach Civic Association.  Anywhere from 60 to 80 vendors participate each Wednesday morning year round from 8 AM until 12:30 PM.  Vendors, most local and others from as far away as Orlando, Florida display an array of produce, prepared foods, local seafood, art, crafts, jewelry and fair trade goods. Our vendors & artists provide a wide variety of goods with a heavy emphasis on home grown, hand picked, and hand crafted items that are unique.  It's shopping in the most beautiful setting in the world.  Join the fun and shop local... shop Florida at The Wednesday Market.  904.347.8007. Visit thecivicassociation.org

World Golf Village

World Golf Village

World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida. is home to the World Golf Hall of Fame and features top-rated accommodations, championship golf courses, the PGA TOUR Golf Academy, golf-themed dining and much more. Ranked 20th best resort on Golf World's 2010 Readers' Choice list, World Golf Village is a perfect destination for your next Florida Golf vacation.  Make plans to visit us soon and immerse yourself in this one-of-a-kind golf experience. Located 8 miles north of historic St. Augustine. 800.948.4653. Visit worldgolfvillage.com

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Alligator Farm

Alligator farm

The St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park began in the late nineteenth century as a small exhibition of Florida reptiles and became a quintessential Florida attraction. Today it functions as a modern zoo serving the public and the scientific community with educational shows and exhibits, important research and worldwide conservation efforts. The Alligator Farm’s history as an attraction and an accredited zoo is nearly as exciting as zipping across the Alligator Lagoon on Crocodile Crossing, the park’s thrilling new zip-line attraction.  Located at 999 Anastasia Blvd. 904.824.3337.  Visit alligatorfarm.com

Bayfront Mini-Golf St Augustine, FL

Bayfront Mini-Golf

Bayfront Mini Golf is located next to the Bridge of Lions in the heart of historic downtown St. Augustine. This fun course is great for the whole family! While enjoying your visit to the nation’s oldest city stop by Bayfront Mini Golf for a quick game!  Located at 111 Avenida Menendez.  904.829.1673.

Castillo de San Marcos

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

St. Augustine's most historically significant structure is the Castillo de San Marcos, a fort constructed by the Spanish between 1672 and 1695. A monument not only of stone and mortar but of human determination and endurance, the Castillo de San Marcos symbolizes the clash between cultures which ultimately resulted in our uniquely unified nation.  Still resonant with the struggles of an earlier time, these original walls provide tangible evidence of America’s grim but remarkable history.  Located at 1 South Castillo Drive.  904.829.6506.  Visit nps.gov

St Augustine Fishing Charters

Fishing Guides and Charters

The St. Augustine and St. Johns County area abounds in fishing guides waiting to take you to the best spots.  Guides are available for fishing in local lakes, the intracoastal waterway and all along the coastline.  Whether you are looking for a fly-fishing guide or a day out on the open sea, you have come to the right place! Check out staugustineoutdoors for more information.

Flagler College

Flagler College

Legacy Tours highlight the architectural heritage of the former Hotel Ponce de Leon, a nationally designated historic landmark building, built by Henry Flagler in 1887. Millionaire industrialist/developer Henry Morrison Flagler envisioned creating an American Riviera in St. Augustine and the Hotel Ponce de Leon, now Flagler College, has recaptured the architectural spirit of old Europe. The Hotel is as prestigious now as it was in 1888. This beautiful Spanish Revival structure represents proof that preserving the past is compatible with modern urban life.  Guided tours depart daily from the main lobby of the College at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Located at 74 King Street.  904-829-6481 / 800-304-4208.  Visit flagler.edu

Fountain of Youth St Augustine

Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park

The Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park is a 15 acre waterfront, Historical Site where St. Augustine, Florida began in 1565.  This is the location where Spanish Explorer Pedro Menendez de Aviles, in 1565, established the first and oldest continuous Europeon Settlement in the United States of America. The Timucua Indian Village of Seloy existed here for almost 4,000 years before the arrival of the Spanish in 1513, and with Ponce de Leon's claim of possession for the Spanish King in 1513, "La Florida" was born. Explore what Archaeology tells us about this very important site. Drink from the Legendary Fountain.  Explore the Timucuan Native Indian Village.  See stars in the planetarioum. Located at 11 Magnolia Avenue. 904.829.3168.  Visit fountainofyouthflorida.com

Ghost Tours St Augustine

GhoST Augustine

Want to avoid the typical St. Augustine ghost tour crowds? Do you want to have a more genuine ghostly experience? If so, then our Hearse Ride Tour or Total Paranormal St. Augustine Tour is your best choice. If you want to have a spirited evening in double meaning, then the walking Haunted Pub Tour or Pub Hearse Ride will make your night a night you wish you would have remembered... Also at night you can enjoy our Dead Walk Tour. Whichever ghost tour of St. Augustine you pick with us will be conducted by a licensed tour guide of the oldest and most haunted city in America. Your ghost host is very well versed in the paranormal and will guide you through the dark haunted history. Contact 888.653.1565.  Visit ghostaugustine.com

Ghost Tours of St Augustine

This award winning tour, recently voted #1 Guided Tour in Florida by the readers of Florida Living Magazine and is featured on the Discovery and Travel Channels, is held every night of the year, including all holidays, and we also have other seasonal and private tours available. Ghost Tours of St. Augustine was developed in 1994 by Sandy Craig, a native resident of St. Augustine. Sandy's heritage roots go back 400 years in St. Augustine, to the first Spanish settlers who arrived in this ancient city. She is of Minorcan descent, a cultural group of people migrated from Minorca, Spain who still inhabit St. Augustine.    Contact: 904.829.1122.  Visit ghostlyexperience.com

Lightner Museum

Lightner Museum

Relics of America's Gilded Age are elegantly exhibited on the museum's three floors. Costumes, furnishings, mechanical musical instruments and other artifacts give you a glimpse into 19th century daily life. The Lightner collection includes beautiful examples of cut glass, Victorian art glass and the stained glass work of Louis Comfort Tiffany. The lobby of the museum has recently been restored to the opulence of its early days as the Alcazar Hotel. Located at 75 King Street. 904.824.2874.  Visit lightnermuseum.org

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

Marineland Dolphin Adventure

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. Gone are the days of circus routines and jumping through hoops while loud music and narration set the tone. Now the guests join our animals in their habitats and make the physical and emotional connection that inevitably leads to a true understanding of why we need to protect these incredible animals and their marine environment. Located at 9600 Oceanshore Blvd.  904.471.1111..  Visit marineland.net

St Augustine Farmers Market

Old City Farmers Market

Come visit the Old City Farmers Market for fresh produce, baked goods, hand-crafted items and plants directly from the producers. There’s even fresh seafood in season. The Farmers market is always a lot of fun for the whole family with live entertainment and much more.   A true farmers market with great offerings from some of the areas finest organic farms and talented crafters. The Old City Farmers Market takes place every Saturday morning at the St. Augustine Amphitheater on A1A South in St. Augustine, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Admission is free. Visit staugustinefm.com

Authentic Old Jail St Augustine, FL

Old Jail

A visit to the Old Jail is almost a must when in St. Augustine. This attraction is open for day tours and night tours. The Authentic Old Jail once served as the city of St. Augustine’s jail, from 1891 until 1953. This jail was paid for by Henry Flagler who requested that the city jail be moved from the old Cordova street location, very near his new Ponce de Leon Hotel. Flagler contracted the P.J. Pauley Jail Company for the task, the same jail builders who constructed Alcatraz in San Francisco! At the Old jail visitors will be given a guided tour of the jail and Sherriff’s quarters. Costumed ‘inmates’ lead you through the separate sections of the jail, from the women’s section, to the men's maximum security cells. Night tours of the jail are offers by Old Town Trolley, called Ghosts and Gravestones. Put some excitement into your night in St. Augustine with this chilling tour of the nation’s oldest city!  Located at  167 San Marco Ave.  904.829.3800.  Visit Authentic Old Jail

Old Town Trolley Tours

Old Town Trolley Tour

The nation’s oldest city, St. Augustine, beckons visitors to discover its charming cobblestone streets, historical landmarks and pristine beaches. Friendly locals, sunny days and lovely places to dine, play and become enlightened, welcome guests year-round. For over 30 years, Old Town Trolley Tours has brought the best of the city to life through Transportainment, our unique blend of transportation and entertainment. Climb aboard to experience the humorous tales and interesting trivia of our friendly conductors, as they bring 500 years of American history to life.  For more information contact 888.910.8687.  Visit trolleytours.com

Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Visit Ripley’s First and Oldest Believe It or Not! Odditorium with Amazing Exhibits, Unusual Art, Unbelievable & Genuine Artifacts from Around the Globe!  Our museum includes weird class family fun for all ages. Collections include real shrunken human heads, pirates, the Peel Car which is the world’s smallest production car, marvel at the largest operational erector set Ferris Wheel, and even take your picture with The Lizard Man! Over 800 other unique exhibits, artifacts, artwork and so much more await you and your family inside the museum right here in St. Augustine!  Located at 19 San Marco Avenue.  904.824.1606.  Visit ripleys.com

Ripple Effect Ecotours St Augustine, FL

RIPPLE EFFECT KAYAKING ECOTOURS

Welcome to St. Augustine's "Real" Environmental Outfitter.  Kayak Tours from the Town of Marineland - the most beautiful and natural coastal habitat in Northeast Florida!  In our continuing effort to provide the best eco-educational kayaking experiences in Northeast Florida, Ripple Effect Ecotours has now partnered with the Marineland Dolphin Adventure and the University of Florida's Whitney Lab. This new partnership combines an incredible foundation in research, education, conservation, and natural interpretation with unique access to the southern boundary of the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTM-NERR).  This biologically rich area has been described as "the cornerstone behind the nomination of the Matanzas River as the 25th National Estuarine Research Reserve of the United States".  Contact us to make your tour reservations at 904.347.1565.  Visit rippleeffectecotours.com

San Sebastian Winery

San Sebastian Winery

San Sebastian ranks as one of Florida's premium wineries, and remains a pioneer in the development of table, sparkling and dessert wines from hybrid and Muscadine grapes. Vintage-dated varietals from hybrids such as Stover and Blanc Du Bois are produced and marketed along with blended and sparkling wines from native Muscadine grapes. Port and Cream Sherry dessert wines are also produced by and sold under the San Sebastian brand. Together, these labels have won many awards for excellence in winemaking, over 300 so far with more to come each season. Every year more than 100,000 people are expected to visit the winery’s extensive tasting room and wine shop.  Located at 157 King Street.  888.352.9463.  Visit sansebastianwinery.com

Schooner Freedom

Schooner Freedom Charters

Sailing from the St Augustine Municipal Marina in historic downtown St. Augustine.  Take a step back in time on the Schooner Freedom!  Kick back, relax and soak up the sun, or get salty by helping the crew to set sail! Bring a pair of binoculars and look for dolphins, manatees, and birds, or take the helm for an unforgettable sailing experience. View St. Augustine's historic charms from a unique perspective. Watch the sun set behind our beautiful city, and then enjoy the beauty of the St. Augustine skyline outlined with moonlight. Music, wind in the sails, and the sunset-drenched landscape provide a perfect end to your day on the town or the perfect beginning to your night. Located at 111 Avenida Menendez.  904.810.1010.  Visit schoonerfreedom.com

St Augustine Amphitheatre

St Augustine Amphitheatre

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre was built in 1965 to commemorate St. Augustine’s 400th Anniversary as our nation’s oldest permanent European settlement. The 16-acre section of Anastasia State Park that makes up the amphitheatre grounds includes an old quarry where coquina rock was obtained to build early St. Augustine homes and commercial buildings, as well as the fort, Castillo de San Marcos.  In 2002, St. Johns County made the decision to invest in refurbishing the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. After 5 years of construction and a sizeable investment, the Amphitheatre is a state of the art performing arts venue with the capacity to hold up to 4100 concert goers. 904.209.3746. Visit staugustineamp.com for a schedule of upcoming concerts.

St Augustine Art Association

ST AUGUSTINE ART ASSOCIATION

The St. Augustine Art Association has been promoting excellence in the arts since 1924. Located in the Historic District of the nation's oldest city, the Association produces monthly juried exhibits of works by emerging and professional artists as well as the annual Thanksgiving Art & Craft Festival. The art gallery serves as the community's cultural hub, housing a collection of "Lost Colony" art and providing a gathering place for workshops, lectures, children's programs, concerts and special events. Gallery hours are Tue-Sat: Noon to 4pm and Sundays: 2-5pm.  Located at 22 Marine Street.  904.824.2310. Visit staaa.org

St Augustine Segway Tours

St Augustine Glided Segway Tours

Explore St. Augustine on a Segway!  Ever wondered what it was like to explore scenic bayfronts, visit historical sites, or spend your holiday going from place to place... all while effortlessly gliding on a Segway® Personal Transporter?     Well now you can do just that in St. Augustine, the Nation's Oldest City!  Call to make a reservation at 904.669.9806.  Visit segwaystaugustine.com

St Augustine Lighthouse

St Augustine Lighthouse & Museum

Our mission as a non-profit historic site and museum is "to preserve, present, interpret and keep alive the stories of the Nation's Oldest Port as symbolized by our working Saint Augustine Lighthouse." Climb 214 steps to the top of the 1875 Lighthouse for a wonderful view of Saint Augustine and the wide, sandy Beaches. Walk around the Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program Boatworks and boat yard to see small craft under construction and view artifacts from shipwrecks just off shore.  We recommend that you allow at least one hour to tour the site and climb the tower.  Located at 81 Lighthouse Avenue. 904.829.0745.  Visit staugustinelighthouse.com

St Augustine Pirate Museum

St Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum

The St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum is a unique collection of authentic pirate artifacts coupled with elements of interactive technology that reveal a scintillating historic adventure through the Golden Age of Piracy and the lives of the era's most infamous pirates. With the "please touch" and audio-animatronics of a theme park coupled with the provenance of a museum, guests undertake an awesome pirate journey both above and below deck filled with compelling lore, surprising facts and an abundance of sensory perceptions. Located at 12 S Castillo Drive.  877.467.5863. Visit thepiratemuseum.com

Carraige Tours of St Augustine

Tour St Augustine

Tour Saint Augustine Inc. has been leading the way in tourism for nearly two decades as the city's original Receptive Tour Operator company. We specialize in customized group tour packages, educational field trips, elite client services for private & VIP groups, as well as offering the area's premier tour-guide-for-hire services. Our central downtown office located in the heart of the scenic Flagler Era Historic District is also home to St. Augustine's best walking tour attraction, with a variety of exciting daily excursions available to the public.  Located at 4 Granada Street.  904.825.0087.  Visit staugustinetours.com

Uptown Saturday Night

Uptown Saturday Night

Hear and listen to the flourishing local arts and music scene as St. Augustine comes alive every “Last Saturday”. Experience a different side of the vibrant local arts scene in beautiful, historic St. Augustine.  Antiques, art galleries, coffee shops, live music, great restaurants and much more.  The event is held from 5 to 9 p.m. the last Saturday of each month in shops and galleries along San Marco Avenue. Refreshments contribute to the party-like atmosphere. Free parking is available streetside and in the Mission parking lot. The free event is sponsored by the San Marco Avenue Merchants Association.  Located one block north of the Castillo de San Marcos and Visitors Information and Parking Center.  For more information contact: 904.829.0544

Villa Zorayda Museum

Villa Zorayda Museum

After several years of historical renovation, the Villa Zorayda with its collection of unique antiquities is a must see on your visit to our nations oldest city!  On the National Register of Historic Places it was built in 1883 as the winter residence of Franklin Smith utilizing his method of construction of poured concrete and crushed coquina shell. It is built 1/10th the scale of a section of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. The 45-60 minute tour gives an in depth look at the historical significance of the building to the City of St. Augustine, the magnificent architecture as well as descriptions of the many exquisite pieces you will see. Located at 83 King Street.  904.829.9887.  Visit villazorayda.com

Wednesday Market St Augustine Beach

WEDNESDAY MARKET

The Wednesday Market is a unique and enjoyable shopping experience at the Saint Johns County Pier Park.  The Market is sponsored by the Saint Augustine Beach Civic Association.  Anywhere from 60 to 80 vendors participate each Wednesday morning year round from 8 AM until 12:30 PM.  Vendors, most local and others from as far away as Orlando, Florida display an array of produce, prepared foods, local seafood, art, crafts, jewelry and fair trade goods. Our vendors & artists provide a wide variety of goods with a heavy emphasis on home grown, hand picked, and hand crafted items that are unique.  It's shopping in the most beautiful setting in the world.  Join the fun and shop local... shop Florida at The Wednesday Market.  904.347.8007. Visit thecivicassociation.org

World Golf Village

World Golf Village

World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Florida. is home to the World Golf Hall of Fame and features top-rated accommodations, championship golf courses, the PGA TOUR Golf Academy, golf-themed dining and much more. Ranked 20th best resort on Golf World's 2010 Readers' Choice list, World Golf Village is a perfect destination for your next Florida Golf vacation.  Make plans to visit us soon and immerse yourself in this one-of-a-kind golf experience. Located 8 miles north of historic St. Augustine. 800.948.4653. Visit worldgolfvillage.com

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81 King Street, Suite B Saint Augustine, FL 32084
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