Anastasia State Park With more than 1,600 acres of unspoiled white quartz sand beaches, tidal marshes, maritime hammocks...
200 Anastasia Park Rd. St. Augustine, Florida 32080
The Lightner Museum has developed a reputation for being Florida’s Smithsonian. Extensive collections of Tiffany glass and natural history and science exhibits along with antiques adorn this former hotel. Built by Henry Flagler in 1888, the Victorian-age structure is a museum piece in itself.
St. Augustine is home to dozens of galleries representing hundreds of talented artists. You can find a map of gallery locations here, including many galleries that are walkable within the historic downtown districts.
Experience St. Augustine’s local galleries during First Friday Artwalks. This free monthly community event takes place from 5 to 9 p.m. Gallery owners will open their doors and invite visitors to enjoy food, drinks, and inspired conversation about the featured work.