Arts & Culture

St. Augustine & Ponte Vedra Beach

Time stops in St. Augustine & Ponte Vedra Beach, the country’s original melting pot. Explore the cultures of the Spanish and Native Americans in our architecture, Colonial living in our historical village and Africans in Fort Mose, the nation’s first community of freed slaves. View art new and old in our museum collections; you can even take part of St. Augustine home with you by purchasing works from our galleries.

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St. Augustine

Founded in 2007 by Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra members Jorge A. Peña (viola) and Jin Kim-Peña (cello), the St. Augustine Music Festival is a free classical music concert series to...

St. Augustine

Professional theater in an intimate setting. Open year 'round. See comedy, dramas, musicals and many additional productions. Classes available for youngsters and adults alike. Visit their website...

St. Augustine

Welcome to High Tide Gallery! Whether you shop with us in St. Augustine, FL or online, we offer you happy, beachy, handmade art and gifts at affordable prices. We treat our customers like friends...

Ponte Vedra Beach

This smaller performing arts facility is located in the heart of Ponte Vedra Beach. The concert hall features national and international performing artists and an array of activities,...

Viktor Zenko performing a levitation on the beach.
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Whether you're staring in awe as Viktor Zenko floats an audience member above the stage, you're being mezmorized by his ability to manipulate a deck of playing cards, or you're laughing...

St. Augustine

Experience Florida's Smithsonian. Henry Flagler's former Alcazar Hotel holds 19th-century artifacts including natural history exhibits, Tiffany glass, a Victorian Village and antique mechanical...

St. Augustine

An all-volunteer, non-profit organization that produces 13 quality concerts and dance performances each year in partnership with Flagler College. Internationally renowned musicians, orchestras and...

Craig Thorn designed the auditorium in Spanish Renaissance style. Completed in 1991, the auditorium has a total seating capacity of 795. The revolving stage will hold up to 25,000 pounds and...