St. Augustine’s Must-See Sights!

Our nation’s oldest city certainly isn’t lacking for fun things to see and do; from historical sites, to living history attractions, family fun, cultural events and adventures, and water-related activities…St. Augustine IS located on the beautiful beaches of Florida’s East Coast, you know! 

Here is a sampling of some of the top sights to see in St. Augustine.

An Old Town Trolley Tour is a great way to soak in St. Augustine. This fully narrated sightseeing tour makes 23 interesting stops and includes tickets for admission to the St. Augustine History Museum.

Now a dolphin conservatory center, Marineland Dolphin Adventure is the world’s first oceanarium. Guests can interact with bottlenose dolphins and engage in hands-on exhibits and educational programs.

If you’re looking for the Fountain of Youth, you’ve come to the right place. Explore the 15-acre waterfront historical attraction and drink from its famous springs!

If your children are giving you trouble, there are several stops that may help, including the Medieval Torture Museum and the Black Raven interactive pirate cruise. If those don’t work, there is always the San Sebastian Winery.

Then there is the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, the Whetstone Chocolate Tour, Ritter’s Wax Museum, Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum, a Pour Tour which visits St. Augustine’s brew pubs by bus and even an Afterlife Paranormal Tour for those who are not faint of heart.

Don’t forget Castillo de San Marco, a focal point in St. Augustine and the oldest masonry fort in the United States!