St. Augustine Arts & Culture

St. Augustine Arts & Culture

Time stops in St. Augustine, 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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Statue of Ponce de LeonRe-enactors at Fountain of Youth

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The city's brick-lined streets, horse carriages, forts and grand hotels have charmed me at every stage of my life. My first visit at 14 was on a family vacation. I returned seven years later for a weekend with my best friend. Recently, on a romantic week with my husband, I discovered yet another side of the oldest city in the America.
Something artsy's afoot in America's Oldest City. The first Friday of each month, St. Augustine becomes a colorful festival of art and revelry.
Looking for big-name entertainment near St. Augustine? You’ll find it here. Children’s shows? Them, too. A weekly farmers market? Check. Free movies? You bet.
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