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Things to do in Saint Augustine

As our guest, you are within walking distance of our city's attractions and points of interest. After your gourmet breakfast in one of our dining rooms, you can explore the best that our city has to offer. Rich in culture and history, St. Augustine is the perfect setting for a leisurely stroll. While you are taking in the sights, you can check out our city's one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants, bars, and galleries. And there's more than one way to get to know the area: you can take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage, boat, or even a helicopter.
Augustine FL Golf

St. Augustine is the epicenter of golf in North Florida due to its numerous courses, lush greens and fabulous weather. One of the most popular activities, offering year-round enjoyment, is St. Augustine FL Golf and there is no shortage of it surrounding our Bed and Breakfast St Augustine FL.
Carriages, boats, and helicopters, Oh My!

Something that many repeat tourists to St. Augustine will tell you is that you must go on a carriage ride at least once. A narrated tour in a horse drawn carriage can be an idyllic romantic activity or a memorable family event. Many of the carriages are able to accommodate up to twelve comfortably.
Castillo de San Marco

A St Augustine 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.
Coquina Lighthouse

n 1683, the Spanish government replaced the wooden tower with a structure made of coquina stone. The new structure was a complex that included a watchtower, guardhouse, well, and an ammunition storage house, all surrounded by a high coquina wall.
First Friday Art Walk

First Friday Art Walk – From 5 – 9 p.m. on the first Friday of every month. New exhibits, music, entertainment and refreshments are featured at more than 20 participating galleries in St. Augustine.
Flagler College and The Ponce de Leon Hotel

It’s the one word that first-time visitors most often use to describe our campus. From a dining hall with million-dollar Tiffany windows to dorm rooms that once hosted celebrity guests such as John Jacob Astor and Gary Cooper, and Presidents Grover Cleveland and Theodore Roosevelt, you’ll find that living on the Flagler campus is an experience in itself.
Historic and Ghost Tours

A different and exciting way to experience historic St. Augustine, the Ghost Augustine Haunted Pub Tour takes you on a storytelling excursion through the most bewitching downtown destinations with stops at several local pubs where some of the guests just won’t go away.
Historic Churches

In the mid-’60s, St. Augustine saw serious racial problems. After King’s speech at the church, Blount said, people started to mobilize and lead marches and boycotts. Having been the original St. Francis House in the mid-’80s, St. Paul’s is the largest black church in St. Johns County and is 127 years old. It is located at 85 M.L. King Ave.
Museums and Historical Sites

St. Augustine is not only our nation’s oldest city; it is one of the most culturally diverse and historically well-preserved cities in the country. There are numerous museums and historical sites to experience in St. Augustine throughout its 400 year history.
Oldest Wooden 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, it was constructed of red cedar and cypress and put together with wooden pegs and handmade nails.
Ripley's Believe It or Not

St. Augustine Beach

St. Augustine Beach is located on Anastasia Island which is also the home of the St. Augustine Alligator Farm and the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. Take the gorgeous Bridge of Lions, just steps away from our St. Augustine Bed and Breakfast.
St. Augustine Cemetery

Although the St. Augustine burial ground was not designated a national cemetery until 1881, this hallowed site played a vital role in the colorful history of the oldest city in the nation. St. Augustine was originally established in the 17th century as a Spanish colonial possession.
St. Augustine Concerts in the Plaza

Reminiscent of days gone by when friends and families would gather in the early evening to listen to music in the town square, Concerts in the Plaza brings a wide variety of musical entertainment to St. Augustine’s historic downtown all summer long.
St. Augustine Shopping

Our charming turn-of-the-century St. Augustine FL Inn is located in the heart of the St Augustine Historic District convenient to all of the phenomenal boutiques, galleries, and shops in St. Augustine.Our St. Augustine Bed and Breakfast is within walking distance of St. George Street and its accompanying five “pedestrian only” blocks located between the intersecting streets of Cathedral Place and Orange Street.
St. Augustine's Alligator Farm

Founded in 1893, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm is one of Florida’s oldest zoological attractions. For over a century, it has entertained millions of visitors, lured by the awesome presence of captive reptiles, long regarded in the popular imagination as at once mysterious, dangerous and frightening.
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