The Hyppo is a gourmet popsicle shop in downtown St. Augustine, FL. From spicy to sweet to downright funky, these pops span the range. Made on site from fresh fruits and spices and as local as you can get.
Tony's New York Style Pizza
31+ Years serving the Crescent Beach area with the best pizza in St Augustine and the best quality in Florida! Bryn Mawr's most recommended pizza!
Island Ice Cream Cafe
Premium coffee and ice cream cafe in Crescent Beach!
Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille is known for Good Food, Good Times, and All the Flavors of New Orleans!
The Ice Plant
Handcrafted Cocktails, Farm to Table dining, and a Bottle Shop featuring the best small batch whiskey, rum, gin and liquors.
Mango Mango's offers more than a friendly smile and great food. They present an escape away from the everyday and into our own little slice of paradise. For years now, they've been opening their doors to be your home away from home.
Choco Lattes Dessert & Wine Bar
Choco Lattes is a local St. Augustine scratch-bakery and café, owned and operated by women! They strive to make the most unique and delicious desserts you've ever tasted with the most relaxing atmosphere possible. Their signature coffee blend and New World Arabica espresso is specially created by Martin's Coffee Co. in Jacksonville, FL.
The exquisite Columbia Restaurant sits in the heart of St. Augustine in the historic district of the nation’s oldest city, which was founded in 1565. Enjoy the award-winning Spanish/Cuban cuisine while eating lunch or dinner in dining rooms filled with hundreds of hand-painted tiles and Spanish-style fountains.
The Cellar Upstairs
The Cellar Upstairs Wine & Jazz Bar at San Sebastian Winery open every weekend for great drinks and live music.
Salt Life Food Shack
Salt Life Food Shack offers a carefully crafted eclectic menu to cater to all tastes and personalities and is the perfect locale to enjoy great dishes, cool drinks and the opportunity to catch up with family and friends.
In 28 years of operation, they have participated in, and hold multiple awards from, many local culinary events such as The Great Chowder Debate, The Taste of St. Augustine, The Taste of The Beach and The Datil Pepper Festival. Many of the awards they were given were voted on by St. Augustine locals!
Discover a diverse collection of birds, mammals & reptiles while you explore our park. Only place in the world that you can view all 24 species of crocodilian. Educational shows at the top of every hour starting a 10 a.m.
Fountain of Youth
The Fountain of Youth Archeological Park is the site of the first Spanish settlement in the new world.
San Sebastian Winery
Florida's second largest winery, San Sebastian Winery in St. Augustine, Florida, offers guests complimentary tours and tastings seven days a week.
Castillo De San Marcos
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.
The Ponce de Leon hotel was built in 1887 and is listed as a National Historic landmark. Flagler's Legacy Tours offers guided tours of this architectural masterpiece throughout the year.
Spanish Military Hospital
The 40-45 minute fully guided tour takes you back to colonial Spanish days of medicine. The Spanish Military Hospital Museum is St Augustine’s only exclusive second Spanish period educational tour.
The ever growing popularity of bottlenose dolphins, conservation, and education resulted in Marineland evolving from a show stadium environment to a new habitat that allows guests to meet dolphins up close. Today guests enjoy an educational experience swimming, touching, feeding, and even painting with dolphins.
St. Augustine Lighthouse
The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, Inc. is a private, nonprofit museum and an historic landmark. We are dedicated to our mission “to discover, preserve, present and keep alive the stories of the Nation's Oldest Port as symbolized by our working St. Augustine Lighthouse.” Visitors help us save history, preserve 6 historic buildings, conserve 19,000 artifacts and maritime archaeological specimens.
Oldest School House
Located near the City Gates, The Old School House is a surviving expression of another time. Built over 200 years ago, while Florida was under the rule of Imperial Spain!
Lightner Museum is housed in the former Alcazar Hotel built in 1888 by Henry Flagler. Today it is home to one of the finest collections of fine and decorative 19th century art in the country. The Museum is open to the public seven days a week and features self-guided tours, tours by reservation for adults and children, and demonstrations of antique mechanical musical instruments.
Ripley's Believe It Or Not
Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum was founded by Robert Leroy Ripley to showcase some of the amazing artifacts he had collected in his extensive travels around the world and documented in his famous comic strip, "Believe It or Not!" His collection of oddities and curiosities are now housed in an entertaining museum for the public to experience.
Fiesta Falls Mini Golf
8 Giant waterfalls and a 65 foot Spanish ship are featured at this oceanview 18 hole miniature golf course on St. Augustine Beach just one mile from the beach pier. Fun yet challenging is what you will find at this well landscaped course, Fiesta Falls.
St. Augustine Distillery
St. Augustine Distillery is a locally owned and operated, artisanal spirits distillery in historic, downtown St. Augustine. Located within a beautifully restored ice plant from the turn-of-the-century, our mission is simple: Educate and inspire our guests about our handcrafted, award-winning rum, bourbon whiskey, gin, and vodka. All of our spirits are made from local and regional agricultural products.
Music by the Sea
Music by the Sea is free community concert series that is free to the public. The series is held on Wednesday evenings from mid-May thru September.
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
St. Augustine Aquarium
The mission of the St. Augustine Aquarium is "marine conservation through education," making it a perfect spot to learn more about under-the-sea life and conservation efforts. Visitors can feed and handle some of the marine life at the Aquarium, including starfish and other invertebrates. There's even an opportunity to feed a shark, for those who dare. The onsite Snack Shack and gift shop offer snacks and souvenirs.
St. Augustine Outlets
Located in the nation’s oldest city of St. Augustine, Florida, St. Augustine Outlets is home to more than 75 authentic fashion brands.
Amphitheatre Farmers Market
Fresh foods, artisan goods and local art and music every Saturday from 8:30am - 12:30pm at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.
St. Augustine Flea Market
Great bargain hunting, fresh produce, crafts, food, entertainment, and more!