Saint Augustine Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Saint Augustine; our list of the best things to see, including Ripley's Believe It or Not!, Fort Mose Historic State Park and St. Augustine City Walks.
  • The best place in Saint Augustine: Ripley's Believe It or Not!

    Ripley's Believe It or Not!

    19 San Marco Ave
    Ripley's oldest Odditorium, located in the Castle Warden, was purchased shortly after his death in 1949 and opened in 1950. It is also rumored to be haunted. Segments of the most recent Ripley's TV series were filmed here, including the opening credits. Among the attractions here are a mummified cat, a 1/12 scale model of the original Ferris wheel made out of Erector sets, life and death masks of famous celebrities (including Abe Lincoln), and shamanistic apparatus from cultures around the world. Open Su-Th 9AM-7PM, Friday & Sa 9AM-8PM. General Admission: Adults (12+) $14.99+Tax, Children (5-12) $7.99 +Tax, Seniors (55+) $12.26 +Tax.
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  • Fort Mose Historic State Park

    Fort Mose Historic State Park

    15 Fort Mose Trl
    The park is where the first free black settlement in America was established in 1738 by the Spanish for black slaves of British masters seeking asylum in Spanish Florida. The settlement is located about two miles north of St. Augustine.
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  • St. Augustine City Walks

    St. Augustine City Walks

    23 Orange St
    Selection of walking city tours - Haunted Walking Pub Tour, Historical Walking Pub Tour, Guided Shopping Tour w/History! (Shop St. Augustine), and History, Mystery, and MAYHEM!
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  • Alligator Farm Zoological Park

    Alligator Farm Zoological Park

    999 Anastasia Blvd
    Open everyday from 9AM to 5PM (Extended summer hours: 9AM to 6PM). Prices: Adults (12+) $21.95, Children (Ages 3-11) $10.95. Discount coupon available at [10]
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  • Flagler College

    Flagler College

    74 King St
    Located on 19 acres downtown, the Spanish Renaissance architecture is highlighted by the former Ponce De Leon Hotel, built in the late 1800s as a winter resort by Henry Flagler with the interior designed by Louis C. Tiffany. The liberal arts college was created in 1968.
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  • Rhythm & Ribs Festival

    Rhythm & Ribs Festival

    Features championship BBQ and musical entertainment. [30]
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  • Coquina Beach Surf Club

    Coquina Beach Surf Club

    451 A1A Beach Blvd
    Augustine Beach., [47]. The best in seasonal seafood, select beef entrees, seasonal produce, killer burgers, unique sandwiches and creative specials. Casual and comfortable outdoor dining, cool and cozy bar, clean and crisp drinks, interesting wine list and classic local décor creates the perfect setting for dining with friends. I love that happy hour is 11am to 7pm on Sat & Sun.
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  • St. Augustine Art Association

    22 Marine Street
    Home to one of the oldest arts organizations in the Sunshine State, the St. Augustine Art Association is the premier gallery in the Historic District. The 5,000 square foot landmark features a permanent collection of Lost Colony art from the 1930s as well as monthly juried exhibits of local art.
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  • St Augustine Lighthouse and Museum

    81 Lighthouse Ave
    Built in the 1870s on the northern end of Anastasia Island. The museum contains exhibits about living and working at the light station. Open Daily at 9AM. Allow at least one hour to tour the site and climb the tower. The last ticket to climb the tower is sold at 5:45PM. The site closes at 6PM (sometimes later, check website).
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  • Fountain of Youth

    11 Magnolia
    The Fountain of Youth Archeological Park is a 15 acre, historical attraction. Park Hours: 9:00AM to 5:00PM. Open everyday except Christmas. Prices: Adult - $8, Seniors (60+) - $7, Child (6-12) - $5, Child under 6 - Free (Price includes all exhibits and parking is free).
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  • Old City Farmers' Market

    St
    Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340 A1A South. Sat. 8:30AM-12:30PM. Produce, flowers, arts and crafts.
  • Potter's Wax Museum

    17 King St
    A fun and educational family attraction - with over 160 wax figures including authors, artists, inventors, athletes, scientists and explorers, from the Founding Fathers to present day events and celebrities. Open Su-Th 10AM-5PM, and F-Sa 10AM-8PM. Admission: Adult $9, Senior (55+) $8, Child (6-12) $6, Child (5 and under) free.
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  • Florida's Oldest House

    271 Charlotte St
    The museum complex, owned and operated by the St. Augustine Historical Society, includes Florida's Oldest House, two museums, a changing exhibition gallery, an ornamental garden, and a museum store. The admission ticket gives entry to all facilities. The featured attraction, the González-Alvarez House is the oldest surviving Spanish Colonial dwelling in Florida. The site has been occupied since the 1600s and the present house dates to the early 1700s. Hours: open daily 9AM to 5PM, except Christmas Day, Thanksgiving and Easter. Guided tours begin every half hour, with the last tour starting at 4:30PM Admission: Adult $8, Senior (55+) & Military ID $7, Student (6-18 & College) $4, Children < 6 Free.
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  • Anastasia Watersports

    Anastasia State Park
    An affordable kayak, canoe, sail boat, and pedal boat rental located within the beautiful Anastasia State Park.
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  • The St Augustine Pub Crawl

    23 Orange St
    "The best way to explore history is to walk right through it." A historical walking pub tour, all inclusive ticket - The best adventure in St. Augustine
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  • Colonial Spanish Quarter Museum

    29 St
    As you stroll through this garrison town, leave today’s world behind and discover life in another time. Visit with the blacksmith, carpenter, or soldier’s wife as they go about their daily activities. You'll see costumed historical interpreters tell the story of everyday life in 1740's St. Augustine when the city was a remote outpost of the Spanish Empire. The museum is open daily and tours are self-guided. Individual admission: Adult $6.95, Student (age 6-17) $4.25, Senior (age 62+) $5.95, Military and St. Johns County Residents - Free with ID.
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  • Harry's Seafood St. Augustine

    Harry's Seafood St. Augustine

    46 Avenida Menendez
    Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille is known for Good Food, Good Times, and All the Flavors of New Orleans!
  • Ned's Southside Kitchen

    Ned's Southside Kitchen

    2450 U. S. Highway 1 South
    Follow us on Twitter: Neds_Kitchen ☞ Bountiful Breakfasts, Classic Dinners, Fresh Salads, Seafood, Soups, Sandwiches and more. Check out our menu page for weekly & daily Blue Plate specials. Call ahead for window service: 904.794.2088
  • Mango Mangos

    Mango Mangos

    700 A1a Beach Blvd
    Here at Mango Mango's we offer you more than a friendly smile and great food. We present an escape away from the everyday and into our own little slice of paradise. For years now, we've been opening our doors to be your home away from home.
  • Cellar Upstairs Wine & Jazz Bar

    Cellar Upstairs Wine & Jazz Bar

    157 King Street
    San Sebastian Winery is in Henry Flagler’s East Coast Railway Building just a few blocks from downtown historic St. Augustine. Complimentary Tours and Wine Tasting run about every 20-25 minutes, lasting approximately 45 minutes in length and offered seven days a week, (except for major holidays). M-Sa, 10AM - 6PM and Sunday, 11AM - 6PM
  • Gypsy Cab Co. Restaurant

    Gypsy Cab Co. Restaurant

    828 Anastasia Blvd
    Urban Cuisine since 1983. See our Menu under the Boxes & NotesTabs...
  • GAS Full Service Restaurant

    GAS Full Service Restaurant

    9 Anastasia Boulevard st.
    Gas Full Service Restaurant
  • Sunset Grille

    Sunset Grille

    421 A1a Beach Blvd
    www.sunsetgrillea1a.com
  • The Back 40 Urban Cafe

    The Back 40 Urban Cafe

    40 South Dixie Highway
    The Back Forty -[thee bāk fôr'tē]- An eclectic mix of flavors from around the world, including vegetarian and vegan dishes, at an affordable price. We also carry an extensive micro brew and wine list featuring beers from Kona Brewing Company.
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