LOCATION: Ancient City Tours

Nights of Lights Scavenger Hunt

Selfie Scavenger Hunt
  • 12 St. George Street
  • St. Augustine, FL 32084
  • Contact: Diane Lane
  • Phone: 904-827-0807
  • Admission: $15
December 6, 2021 to January 30, 2022

Nights of Lights Selfie Scavenger Hunt

St. Augustine history has never been so much fun! Set with the annual *Nights of Lights as a backdrop, this unique tour is sure to please!

Check-in at the Ancient City Tours booth on St. George Street and let the quest begin! You and your team will be provided “magical” viewing glasses to enhance your experience. You will also be given riddles to solve that reveal clues on where your next stop is located in the nation's oldest city. Solve the brain-teaser which will disclose the next stop, advance to that location and snap your best selfie according to the directions provided. Move onto the next clue and keep the fun going!

You’ll not only be surrounded in the rich St. Augustine history, you will be immersed in the spectacular Nights of Lights celebration.

This activity is perfect as an outdoor holiday party activity. It’s ideal for scout troop outings, social groups, a fabulous family affair, a memorable work function and so much more! You can do the Scavenger Hunt at your own pace as a casual spectator event OR you can even have multiple teams of 2-6 people playing against one another. The scavenger hunt can also be played as a race and be timed.

Tour is $15 per person and includes complimentary viewing glasses for paid participants. This is a family friendly tour. Leashed pets are also welcome.

Call us at 904-827-0807 to book your tour today!

*Nights of Lights has been listed among the top ten holiday light displays in the world by National Geographic. During Nights of Lights, St. Augustine glows with holiday magic – from the ground to the rooftops. St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights features millions of tiny white lights that create a magical atmosphere in the Nation’s Oldest City.

White lights drape the city’s unique Spanish Colonial architecture and glow from the sidewalks to the rooftops, over the Bridge of Lions, along historic buildings, public spaces, hotels, restaurants, and inns throughout approximately 20 blocks of the Nation’s Oldest City’s historic district.