Things to Do in St. Augustine, Florida

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Founded with the goal of educating the general public about the preservation and protection of marine life, Marineland Dolphin Adventure offers educational and interactive aquatic experiences. Connect with dolphins and other marine animals while learning about their anatomy, habitats, behaviors, and more through in-person encounters. Then, go for a swim with these friendly and playful dolphins! Details
$23.99

Villa Zorayda Museum

St. Augustine
Located just across from Flagler College and a few blocks from The Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, the Villa Zorayda Museum lets guests get an up-close view of the architectural work of art created in 1883 by Franklin Smith. The museum offers state-of-the-art self-guided audio tours that are available throughout the day, as well as special behind-the-scenes tours on select Tuesdays. Details
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Situated on Orange Street in St. Augustine, just minutes from the area’s top attractions, Potter’s Wax Museum offers a unique entertainment experience for guests of all ages to enjoy together. The museum—originally established in 1947—features a large assortment of wax figures of famous Hollywood celebrities, professional athletes, political figures, fictional characters and more. Details
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$14.91
St Augustine residents have documented some spooky paranormal activity. From hauntings to apparitions, there’s no shortage of occurrences. This city is rich in history but with that comes tales of gruesome executions, murders, and victims of yellow fever. This tour will take you to see the most haunted places, including the Old Jail and Huguenot Cemetery. You never know what you might see, so bring a camera! Details
$34.31
Explore the marshy backwaters of Six Mile Creek in a modern airboat! These flat-bottomed vessels are the most practical way to explore shallow waters. This tour is both a unique and fun way to learn about the region and see indigenous wildlife, including gators, turtles, manatees, and more! You will also see the final resting sites of sunken boats and treasures, and hear the folklore surrounding them from your guide! Details
$750.00

Lightner Museum

St. Augustine
Located in the historic Hotel Alcazar, just steps from Flagler College in downtown St. Augustine, the Lightner Museum offers an immersive experience of architecture, art history, and design. Guests of all ages will enjoy the museum’s four and a half floors of beautiful, curious, and intriguing collections that are on display. Details
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$17.00

Medieval Torture Museum

St. Augustine
Discover the gruesome and terrifying moments in human history as the Medieval Torture Museum transports you back hundreds of years ago. Combining academic research with human emotions and fear, this interesting museum is not for the weak of heart. Are you brave enough to learn how cruel and frightening the Middle Ages truly were? Details
$19.99
Situated on San Marco Avenue in historic St. Augustine, the Oldest Store Museum offers a unique experience seeing some of the most incredible items created at the turn of the 20th century. Visitors can watch actors portray clerks, snake oil salesmen and butchers while showing you items like a steam-drive tractor, a grain thresher, guns and ammunition, tonics and elixirs, and more. Details
$13.83
Located at Old St. Johns County Jail, the St. Augustine History Museum offers a display of historical artifacts and private collections from over 400 years of Florida history, including times of Native Americans, Spanish Galleons, pirates and the Revolutionary War. Guests can also enjoy exploring the sunken Spanish treasure room, a Florida Cracker trading post, a Timucan Indian Village and more. Details
$6.39
Sit back as the talented Old Town Trolley conductors share the history, attractions, and sights of America's oldest city. Old Town Trolley Tours allows you to get off at any of the 22 convenient stops situated close to all popular attractions, shops, and restaurants. When you're ready, re-board, and it's on with the tour, along with the trolley, tour one of the few surviving 19th-century jails completed in 1891 that housed prisoners for over 60 years. Or view a combination of historical displays and private collections that bring over 400 years of Florida history to life at the history museum. Lastly, you can discover the Oldest Store Museum, which isn't simply a museum. It is an interactive experience with actors portraying characters you would have met in the 1908 store, with over 100,000 items! Details
$57.72