Things to Do

St. Augustine & Ponte Vedra Beach

Here in St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra Beach, we're never at a loss for things to do. Discover attractions like the St. Augustine Lighthouse. Dive into history at the Fountain of Youth and Castillo de San Marcos. Visit beautiful beaches, or go fishing or golfing. Plus we've got dining, shopping and nightlife.

Discover Things to Do

Showing 1 - 12 of 74 Results
St. Augustine

Across from the Castillo de San Marcos. A burial place for Christian Indians in the 1700s and later for Spanish Catholics. The Cemetery is open on the 3rd Saturday of every month from 11:00 a.m....

St. Augustine

National monument, the Castillo de San Marcos, is the oldest masonry Fort in the United States and the only standing 17th century military construction. It is also one of two forts built of...

St. Augustine

WE LIKE BEER! A lot. . . So, we thought, why not make some? Let's make it delicious. And let's give a shout out to this amazing city we live in and the history that makes it so rockin'. A few...

Ponte Vedra Beach

 

The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach is truly the place in our community to create, understand and experience the arts.We accomplish this through exhibitions of local, regional and...

St. Augustine

The primary purpose of the Florida Chamber Music Project is to foster and encourage the presentation of classical chamber music; to present and sponsor presentation of classical chamber music by...

St. Augustine

St. Augustine's ORIGINAL Ghost Tour company. Offering the famous "A Ghostly Experience" walking tour, haunted pub crawls, paranormal investigation events and more.

Art Galleries of St. Augustine
St. Augustine

Art Galleries of Saint Augustine is an association of the many diverse and eclectic art galleries located in the nation's oldest city. From local artist-owned businesses to elegant exhibition...

St. Augustine

You won't be disappointed by a tour of this stunning distillery housed in a historic, 1920s, ice-manufacturing plant. The young company is eager to share its love of Florida's distilling heritage...

St. Augustine

On this site in 1565, the Spanish killed 245 French Huguenots in a struggle over control of Florida. In 1742, the Spanish built Fort Matanzas here, a small-fortified watchtower that guarded the...

St. Augustine

The St. Augustine Aquarium is an interactive experience focusing on education. Come and see hundreds of colorful reef fish, or better yet, snorkel with them! Wetsuit, mask and snorkel gear...

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...