Castillo de San Marcos
(904) 829-6507 – www.nps.gov/casa
Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest masonry fort in the country and there's no doubt that it is the most impressive of all the historical landmarks in St. Augustine. Thousands of visitors flock here to see this unique structure and learn about its colorful history.
Ponce de Leon Fountain of Youth
(904) 829-3168 – www.fountainofyouthflorida.com
The Fountain of Youth Archeological Park is a 15 acre, Historical attraction in St. Augustine, Florida. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Over the last 100 years, thousands of guests have visited in order to sip the world famous waters and hear the history behind its legendary benefits. Of course while you’re here, you may also visit our Discovery Globe, Navigator's Planetarium, Indian Burial Grounds, and Shipwreck Exhibit.
Old Town Trolley Tours
Old Town Trolley shares the history, attractions and sights of America's oldest city. The one hour tour features 20 stops and over 100 points of interest.
St. John’s County Fishing Pier
(904) 461-0119 – 350 Beach Blvd.
St. Johns County Ocean Pier is a 4 acre beachfront park with a variety of amenities including: free parking, playground, picnic tables, tackle shop, restrooms, pavilion, and volleyball courts. Open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m
PIT Surf Shop
(904) 471-4700 – www.pitsurfshop.com
Located one block from the beach, PIT Surf Shop is the easiest place in St. Augustine to rent surfboards, body boards, and chairs for the beach.
St. Augustine Alligator Farm
(904) 824-3337 – www.alligatorfarm.us
The St. Augustine Alligator Farm is one of Florida's oldest zoological attractions. Bring your family and friends to see some of the largest alligators and crocodiles in the world, along with a rare albino alligator. This experience will definitely give you something to talk about.
(877) 933-3402 – www.marineland.net
Marineland is the world's first oceanarium and is ideal for creating lasting memories, especially at the Dolphin Conservation Center. Choose from a variety of interactive programs, including observing dolphins up-close and gliding into the dolphin’s aquatic world from a sloping beach to swim with these amazing animals.
St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum
(904) 829-0745 – www.staugustinelighthouse.com
Climb to the top of this magnificent St. Augustine icon and see our city from a fascinating view. Built in 1874 you can tour the lighthouse and light keepers house, visit our museum store, and relax on our beautiful grounds. Something for everyone. Open daily and just 5 minutes from Beachfront Bed & Breakfast.
Coastal Florida was a major field of conflict as European nations fought for control in the New World. As part of this struggle, Fort Matanzas guarded St. Augustine’s southern river approach. The colonial wars are over, but the monument is still protecting—not just the historic fort, but also the wild barrier island and the plants and animals who survive there amidst a sea of modern development. Located 15 minutes from Beachfront Bed & Breakfast.
St. Augustine Amphitheatre
(904) 471-1965 – www.staugamphitheatre.com
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre is the area’s newest arts and recreation facility. It is located on 16 acres of coastal land between Highway A1A and Anastasia State Park. The state of the art design provides visitors with a unique venue for the arts.
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