St. Augustine Attractions

St. Augustine Attractions

Culture or adventure? You can discover both in St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra. Experience attractions where historic sites and modern-day storytelling bring the Old City to life. Step back in time by walking brick-lined streets holding authentic pieces of our past, or by visiting forts that kept pirates at bay. Museums display important artifacts and impressive collections of art. For some 21st-century fun, see reptiles at St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park and one-of-a-kind exhibits at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum.

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Red Couch Chronicles: Giant Crocodiles

Red Couch Chronicles: Giant Crocodiles. On a visit to St. Augustine's famous Alligator Farm Zoological Park, three young ladies find that being a red couch potato is definitely good for their health!

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On Florida’s Historic Coast, some of the most memorable natural wonders, historic sites and family adventures are free (or nearly free).
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.
In an epic of Native Americans, Spanish conquistadors, and British privateers vying for influence, St. Augustine emerges triumphant as one of the oldest cities in America with one of its most colorful pasts. Center your stay on the city's colonial sites to experience the empires and events that highlight its early history.
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