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Old Town Cycle Cruise enjoying St. Augustine under a spectacular sunset.

Old Town Party Boat

Boat tours and charters with pizzazz, a little dancing, a little music, and great views.

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Located on Vilano, near Beaches. Parking available. 250 Vilano Road St. Augustine, FL 32084

Offering daily tours and group packages. Call for reservations.

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Old Town Cycle Cruise enjoying St. Augustine under a spectacular sunset.

Old Town Cycle Cruise is Now Old Town Party Boat

Old Town Party Boat still offers tours and gatherings on the water, and now guests don't have to pedal. The new Old Town Party Boat moves under power, holds 25 guests, and exudes a festive vibe with room for dancing, and an excellent sound system. Guests meet the boat at the Beaches at Vilano Restaurant and can expect to see all of St. Augustine's best riverside and bayside features, including Historic Downtown, the Bridge of Lions, the Castillo de San Marcos, and the St. Augustine Lighthouse.

Old Town Party Boat offers tours with style, with a movable canopy to block the sun, a lounge on the bow, and a dance floor. Guests can join one of the regular public tours or invite their 25 closest friends or family members and reserve the entire boat. Guests must be aged 18 or over and may bring snacks and their libation of choice for the cruise.

Charters and public mixer tours are available, and Old Town Party Boat has special trips each season, including Nights of Lights .

The boat is U.S. Coast Guard-approved and has a licensed captain and crew.

Types of Tours Offered

Old Town Party Boat offers private tours as well as daily public tours. Whether with old friends or brand new ones, guests aboard find that sipping a beverage (BYOB) and listening to music creates the perfect atmosphere for sharing stories and having fun.

Their Day Cruisin' Tour enables the passengers to view St. Augustine's iconic waterfront while sipping, and snapping photos and selfies featuring the Castillo de San Marcos and the Bridge of Lions.

Old Town Party Boat also offers a Sunset Tour where sipping and socializing occur while passengers view historic St. Augustine against the amazing pink, crimson, and scarlet Florida sunset.

During their regular season, Old Town Party Boat offers their Rhythm of the Night Tour , a festival on the water. Guests can glide along after dark, and sip to celebrate a special occasion — or just the occasion of being in St. Augustine on a beautiful, warm, night. (The Rhythm of the Night Tours are not available during the Nights of Lights celebration.)

Special and Seasonal Tours

Of course, Old Town Party Boat will accommodate your special event with a private charter . The boat can take up to 25 passengers and is perfect for corporate events, reunions, bachelor and bachelorette parties, birthday parties, or simply a Sunday brunch for a family or special group of friends.

During the Nights of Lights festival, nothing beats seeing St. Augustine's lights from the water. Old Town Party Boat offers their Holly Jolly Yachty Tour . The Captain will navigate the Matanzas after dark, guiding the boat to excellent views of St. Augustine in all its Nights of Lights splendor. Holly Jolly Yachty Tours are available at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.

See their website for r eservations or more information , or call (904) 599-9492.

Restaurants nearby

The exterior of Beaches at Vilano restaurant

Beaches at Vilano

Pans of pizza with various toppings

180 Vilano Grill & Pizza

The front exterior of the Vilano Coffee Shop

Vilano Coffee Shop

Places to Stay nearby

The Holiday Inn Express within walking distance of the ocean in Vilano Beach

Holiday Inn Express St. Augustine - Vilano Beach

The exterior of Hyatt Place hotel on Vilano against a bright red sunset

Hyatt Place St. Augustine/Vilano Beach

Guests can relax on lounge chairs around the tropical pool at the Hampton Inn and Suites in Vilano Beach

Hampton Inn & Suites Vilano

Magic Beach Motel on Vilano Beach

Magic Beach Motel

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Ultimate Party on the Water. BYOB Party Cruises. 26 Passengers. First-Ever Cycleboat in St. Augustine. Pedal-Powered Pontoon Fiesta. Surround Sound Speakers. Party LED Lights. Discover our Themed Party Cruises. Exploring the BEST parts of the city on the WATER. Offering Public, Private, and Special Events Tours. …

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Adam was great. Good DJ too. We saw dolphins. We were a group of 16 and had 10 others join. A little expensive at $50/person but it was fun. BYOB.

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They made it very fun and were beautiful! Adam and Caroline are awesome! We recommend it

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Best time ever!! We celebrated Mother's Day and a birthday to our employees and they were fascinated with the boat trip!! Sara and Captain Brandon were awesome! Definitely we're going to plan another trip soon!!!

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This cruise is a waste of money. The website claims cruising in style but nothing stylish about this boat - the online pics are misleading. There are limited cycle seats and seating in the back of the boat are moldy cushions - pretty disgusting One crew member was even rude. Not a good experience for our group. Would rate less than one star if I could.

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What a blast! And we didn't even drink!! Lots of fun great prices and beautiful views. Only go if you want to have a great time.

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Went out with Adam and Michael tonight. Had a really fun evening. Learned a lot about the city's history. Best part was just having a drink, kicking back and just had a fun time listening to the music. Captain even had us all up and singing!!!

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My family and I had a blast on the Rhythm of the Night tour. Nikki kept the music going and made the experience a great one. Adam, our party captain was great! Would definitely recommend this to people visiting!

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Such an amazing time! I've lived in the area for a long time and have never had this much fun in St Aug. can't recommend enough!

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Brandon and Sarah were excellent guides-very informative and fun. beautiful sunset cruise -Brandon cruised by the Fort at the perfect time of sunset -our 30th anniversary..definitely check out this fun and ask for Brandon and Sarah!!!

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Old Town Cycle Cruise offers fun on the water and amazing St. Augustine views

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Ready for a FUN and RELAXING boat tour in St. Augustine? Old Town Cycle Cruise has you covered! The best part? It’s BYOB and the captain and crew plays your favorite songs!

Grab some friends and escape for a 90-minute adventure on the waters that surround the nation’s oldest city — St. Augustine, Florida. The boat leaves from a dock near the Vilano Beach Pier behind Beaches at Vilano restaurant. Park for free and bring along adult beverages, water and some snacks, and then let the crew do the rest. (Bring cash to tip the crew.)

We recently experienced the sunset tour and had a BLAST! Our party of four joined a party of twelve and a party of two, with a total of 18 people on the boat. Each tour can accommodate 20 people.

There’s really nothing like viewing the ancient city landmarks from the water. We passed by: The Vilano Beach Bridge and the Vilano Beach Pier, The Great Cross, the Castillo de San Marcos, the historic bayfront and downtown St. Augustine, the City Marina, the Bridge of Lions, and had a beautiful view of the St. Augustine Lighthouse as the light came on at sunset.

Yes, the boat is equipped with pedals for cycling at each seat at the bar in the center of the vessel. Guests who want the extra component of exercise can cycle away … guests who don’t, can simply opt out!


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Old Town Cycle Cruise is owned and operated by a local family who were born and raised in St. Augustine. Avid travelers, they have a sense of pride when calling St. Augustine their hometown. Through their travel experiences, they realized how fortunate we are to have grown up in such a beautiful area …  which was influential in sparking the idea for Old Town Cycle Cruise.

Their purpose is to show locals and tourists the best parts of St. Augustine from their perspective — all from the water. They want to create a positive, feel-good environment for customers by connecting individuals through experience.

“We find that the Cycleboat is a driver of pleasure and with the opportunity to bring the boat to St. Augustine, we knew that it was a healthy fit for the city and for the family.”


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Mixer Tour: Adult: $45 per person for a 90 min tour. Child (under 12): $35 per person for a 90 min tour. No Infants. No Toddlers.

Private Tour: A flat rate of $650 for 90 mins. Specialized private tours are available – Please email [email protected] to find out more details.

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Despite wielding the official title of the nation’s longest continually inhabited European-founded city, St Augustine still remains one of the most underrated and under-appreciated cities on the American east coast.

With that sort of legacy, it’s no surprise that this Florida city is a history buff’s heaven on earth. But there’s so much more to this place than just a timeline of events: it can give an adventure junkie, partygoer, art lover, or beach bum one highly memorable vacation, that’s for sure.

This is the sort of place where a typical vacation day can include scavenger hunts, pirate history, fishing, wax museums, and historic forts – not a bad itinerary!

So whether you spend your time in the Floridian destination diving into unique museums like the Castillo de San Marcos, exploring Gilded-Age hotels, dancing into the night or simply working on the tan on the warm sands, it’s fair to say that the array of things to do in St. Augustine is as intriguing and diverse as any city in the area.

1 – Embark on a sunset cruise

sunset cruise in St. Augustine

For a romantic and relaxing evening, there’s nothing quite like a sunset cruise!

Hop aboard your seafaring vessel and set sail, getting new perspectives on such ocal hotspots as the St. Augustine Lighthouse, the Bridge of Lions, and Castillo de San Marcos National Monument.

Along the way, you can enjoy some delicious cocktails, and watch the brilliant colors of the evening sky.

Keep an eye out for dolphins!

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2 – Get spooked on a ghost tour

ghost tour in St. Augustine

As a city booming with history, it should come as no surprise that St. Augustine has somewhat of a haunted past.

On a dedicated walking tour through the Old Town (that usually lasts for about an hour and a half), expert guides will lead you through cemeteries and historic buildings, sharing eerie tales along the way about the town’s paranormal residents.

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3 – Cover the whole city with a hop-on-hop-off trolley

trolley tour in St Augustine

If you’re crunched for time and need to tick off as many bucket list items as possible as quickly as possible, then St Augustine’s hop-on-hop-off trolley tour is the way to do it.

The trolley conveniently passes by more than 100 interesting landmarks, including the popular Old Jail, Flagler College, and through the beautiful and historic Spanish Colonial neighborhoods.

For something a little different, wait until the sun goes down and sign up for the ghost-themed experience instead.

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4 – Cruise through St. Augustine on a sightseeing boat tour

boat tours in St Augustine

If traffic drives you nuts, why not explore the beautiful city on the water instead?

Take a sightseeing boat tour and cruise through the scenic city, where views of the shoreline and the picturesque St. Augustine’s Lighthouse await.

What’s more, you can sip on a drink (or three) at the onboard bar, learn about all the area’s significant landmarks thanks to a live commentary as you float under the Bridge of Lions, Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, and more.

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5 – Let yourself be dazzled by Nights of Lights

Nights of Lights, St. Augustine

If you’re roaming through town during the holiday season, you may notice that everything seems a little brighter. That’s not just the festive spirit infusing you; it’s the Nights of Lights !

Every year, the town’s Historic District turns into the ultimate Christmas light display, awash in creative displays and colorful, twinkling bulbs.

You can stroll through this vibrant scenescape on your own, but it’s also well worth booking a Night of Lights’ highlights tour . It’s the perfect way to celebrate the season!

6 – Get up close with friendly dolphins!

dolphin watching in St. Augustine

Are you a marine life enthusiast? Then step right up to the city’s highly-regarded Intercoastal Waterway cruises!

With dolphins, sea turtles, pelicans, and other creatures roaming the waters,  these educational tours are both exciting thanks to the marine life, and relaxing thanks to the slow-moving vessel and calm waters.

On most trips, the onboard bar and live commentary help guarantee an unforgettable time.

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7 – Lock yourself up at the Old Jail Museum

Old Jail Museum, St Augustine

History buffs, listen up: St. Augustine’s hardest criminals were once held in this jail .

Fast forward to today and it now acts as a museum that gives tourists a peek into the life of the notorious prisoners who occupied these cells until 1935.

With an entry ticket in hand, visitors can explore the maximum-security holding area, check out where the warden and his family lived, and dive into the history of the city’s most infamous lowlifes and gangsters.

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8 – Experience the Oldest Store Museum

Oldest Store Museum, St Augustine

Ever fancied trying your hand at time travel? Well, this might just be the next best thing.

At the ever-popular The Oldest Store Museum, guests can dive into what 20th-century life felt like with the chance to interact with costumed guides and see over 100,000 historical products.

From goat-powered washing machines to bottles of warm syrup, and a whole host of other obscure products, the stories told here won’t soon be forgotten.

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9 – Walk through the Historic District and Old City

Historic District and Old City, St Augustine

Ask anyone who’s been there before and they’ll admit it: St. Augustine is best explored on foot.

So grab your walking shoes and avail yourself of a walking tour of the Historic District!

With a licensed guide leading the way as you traverse through the quaint ancient city you’ll learn about Timucuan Natives, hear interesting tales of the Spanish settlement, stroll past ancient buildings, and almost certainly get a few insider tips for restaurants and bars too.

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10 – Wet your whistle at the St. Augustine Distillery

beer tastings in St Augustine

Often dubbed the spirit of Florida, the St. Augustine Distillery is known for its handmade Bourbon and alcoholic drinks.

Established in 2013, this family-owned business slings all kinds of tasty drinks: Florida Straight Bourbon, Port Finished Bourbon, Pot Distilled Rum, and Florida Cane Gin just to name a few.

If you’re extra thirsty, you might also want to try the Craft Beer Tour — the walking tour showcases the history of Beer History in Florida, taking you door to door of some of the area’s best brewpubs where cold craft beer awaits!

11 – Experience the Whetstone Chocolates Store and Tasting Tour

chocolate tasting in St. Augustine

Chocoholics, take note: don’t miss the delicious sweets at the Whetstone Chocolate Store when you stop into town!

The Whetstones started this historic Chocolate store in 1966 with ice cream, but it’s since expanded to selling unique chocolates and scrumptious homemade fudge.

It is vacation, after all, so why not treat yourself with a chocolate and pralines tasting tour? There’s plenty to be learned about the city’s rich history along the way too.

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12 – Enjoy the Airboat safari

airboat tours in St Augustine

Take the Sea Dragon Airboat safari by Sea Serpent Tours and marvel at the wildlife in the Freshwater Tributaries on St. Johns River!

As a high-speed airboat tour , it’s one of the most exhilarating ways to witness wildlife in their natural habitat.

Keep your eyes peeled for alligators, turtles, snakes, manatees, and more as you traverse through the shallow river water.

13 – Brave the Medieval Torture Museum

Medieval Torture Museum, St. Augustine

One of the most bizarre things to do in St. Augustine is to brave the Medieval Torture Museum — best experiences as a combination tour of the Medieval Torture Museum and Micro Masterpieces Art Gallery.

The Medieval Torture Museum boasts an array of interactive exhibits and pieces that explore the Middle Ages’ most traumatic machines.

Spread across more than 4,000 square feet, the floor is filled with torture devices like the guillotine, Metal Gossiper’s Viella, Chastity belts, and vises for hands… and heads.

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14 – Go kayaking!

kayaking in St. Augustine

For an afternoon that toes the line between exercise and relaxation, jump in a kayak and tackle the Matanzas River and Moses Creek. You’ll start your journey at a historical landmark, the Genung’s Fish Camp, and traverse across the intercoastal from Crescent beach.

Never hopped in a kayak before? No dramas. You’ll have an expert guide leading the way, guaranteeing a safe, adventurous and educational experience.

Keep you eyes peeled for animals along the way too (did someone say gators?).

15 – Confuse yourself at Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

Conveniently located on San Marco Avenue in St. Augustine’s main strip, Ripley’s Believe It or Not dishes up all kinds of strange, beautiful, and shocking exhibits.

Start your adventure by interacting with the world’s tallest man; get lost in the visual illusions; ride Ripley’s Red Train; tick off the mini-golf experience, and play detective at the Haunted Castle!

With plenty more exhibits and attractions on offer, this bizarre place is always a surefire hit.

16 – Run around town with a scavenger game

scavenger game in St. Augustine

Fed up with slow walking tours? Got a bit of a competitive edge? Then, St. Augustine has several scavenger games screaming “book me!”.

Take The 13 Keys Scavenger Hunt, for example: this fast-paced challenge starts in The Odd Macabre Company before moving through the main haunts with plenty of clues and riddles to solve along the way.

It’s a wonderfully interactive way to understand St. Augustine’s history.

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17 – Channel your inner Jack Sparrow at the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum

Pirate & Treasure Museum, St. Augustine

Transport yourself 300 years in the past to Port Royal, Jamaica — the epicenter of the Golden Age of piracy (no, not the DVD kind).

At this one-of-a-kind pirate museum , tour guests are invited to explore some of the best-preserved pirate treasure chests in the world.

As you zoom through the museum’s interactive sections there’s plenty to be learned about the history of pirates, naval warfare, and the legacy of Sir Francis Drake.

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18 – Swim with dolphins at Marineland

Marineland, St. Augustine

Watching dolphins jump above the surface is one thing. Swimming alongside then is another!

At St. Augustine’s Marineland , travelers can choose from a Dolphin Encounter, Dolphin Swim Adventure, and a Dolphin Meet and Greet — depending on your budget.

For the perfect souvenir, the oceanarium also runs an incredible dolphin painting experience, where youngsters (or parents) can interact with the bubbly mammals and collectively paint a masterpiece.

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19 – Get swingin’ at the World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum

World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum, St. Augustine

Get your Tiger Woods on at the World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum tour!

Even though these tours are typically self-guided, allowing you to roam and appreciate the 4000 pieces of memorabilia at your own pace, there’s still plenty of time to play a few rounds on the museum’s 18-hole putting course.

Hot tip: Cap off your museum journey at the World of Golf Hall of Fame IMAX Theatre, you won’t regret it.

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20 – Ride on the famous Old Town Cycle Cruise

cycle cruise in St Augustine

One of the more popular things to do in St. Augustine, without a doubt, is taking the Old Town Cycle Cruise .

These 90-minute tours, taking place on the city’s first cycle boat, are both relaxing and educational, with blissful views of the shortline for departure to docking.

Traveling for a special occasion? Then strongly consider booking out this ship for a birthday, bachelorette, or wedding celebration — the crew knows how to dish up a wild party.

21 – Rev things up at the Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine

Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine

If you’re mad for Mustangs or crazy for Corvettes, you’ll have a great time at the Classic Car Museum !

This impressive space is packed with vintage automobiles, including some impressive specimens from the 1950s.

It also hosts tons of shows and events throughout the year, offering even more opportunities to indulge your motorhead side.

Whether you’re taking a trip down memory lane or discovering a new (old) passion, the machines here are guaranteed to satisfy!

22 – Explore the city in a private golf cart

golf cart tour in St. Augustine

Indulge yourself in a VIP experience on a slow-moving vehicle that helps you enjoy the sights of this quaint, historic city at a comfortable pace.

If you’re a small group and prefer traveling together without being surrounded by a bunch of selfie-weirding strangers, this is for you.

Driven by a local, you’ll whip around town to important places like Plaza De La Constitucion, the Lightner Museum, Aviles Street, Magnolia Street, and plenty more.

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23 – Snap a selfie at the Potter’s Wax Museum

Potter's Wax Museum, St Augustine

At the esteemed Potter’s Wax Museum — America’s First Wax Museum established way back in 1949 — guests can stroll the halls and admire more than 160 individual wax sculptors, with celebrities like Princess Diana, Albert Einstein, Ponce De Leon, and everyone in between.

The Potter’s Wax Museum Tour is self-guided, giving you plenty of time to snap a selfie or two with all of your favorite A-listers historical figures.

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24 – Get a glimpse into the Victorian era at the Villa Zorayda Museum

Villa Zorayda Museum, St Augustine

A charming, Gilded-Age museum, the Villa Zorayda Museum presents an intriguing array of historical artifacts from all around the world.

Built in 1883, this beloved attraction was once the winter residence of Franklin Webster Smith, and that’s just one chapter in its exciting story.

On 40–60-minute tours, guests are given the chance to dive into the building’s rich history and learn first-hand about Moorish Spanish Revival-style architecture.

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25 – Visit the St. Augustine Aquarium

St. Augustine Aquarium

A regular delight for families and youngsters, the outdoor, open-air St. Augustine Aquarium is the area’s premier destination to interact with interesting sea creatures.

You can snorkel and touch starfish, urchins, horseshoe crabs; learn everything there is to learn about marine conservation; and, if you’re brave enough, go diving with sharks!

26 – Reel in a trophy fish!

fishing trip in St. Augustine

With so many personalized fishing tours available in St. Augustine (and all across the east coast), it’s fair to say that Florida is a budding fisherman’s paradise.

On a fishing charter, visitors will traverse the inshore backwaters of Matanzas River, Salt Run, and Tolomato River, likely reeling in a bucketful of Tarpon, spotted sea trout, flounder, or cobia.

All equipment is provided — just bring a hat, sunnies, and sunscreen.

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27 – Check out the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum

St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, St Augustine

Guarding the city on the North end of Anastasia Island, the St. Augustine Lighthouse dates back to 1589. The Museum, which opened in 1994, preserves items from shipwrecks and studies them.

Still active to this day, the frequently-postcarded, 147-year-old lighthouse tower is a navigation system for military defense, fishing, and boating.

But, of course, it’s also a great tourist attraction, offering a range of interesting exhibits, hands-on activities, heritage Boatworks, and nearby nature trails.

28 – Engage your artsy side at the Lightner Museum

Lightner Museum, St Augustine

Explore and engage your artistic senses at the St. Augustine’s Lightner Museum , a place that delves into the 19th century decorative and fine arts.

Housed in the beautiful former Alcazar Hotel, the Lightner Museum Tour certainly will make you appreciate the Spanish Renaissance style.

Before you leave be sure to take a moment to admire the range of artifacts: from Tiffany’s glass to Thomas Rahner’s work, impressionist paintings and more, this museum has it all.

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29 – Tour the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, St Augustine

An unmissable and invigorating insight into America’s history, this Spanish-built monument is known today for its preservation of some of the nation’s oldest masonry and cannons.

With a near-endless display of artifacts, photos, furnishings and maps in the Castillo’s Museum storage facility, it’s heaven on earth for history buffs.

30 – Stroll down eclectic St. George Street

St George Street, St Augustine

One for the bucket list, you simply can’t miss this pedestrian-only street — as a beacon for nightlife, entertainment, restaurants, and activity, it’s one of the most essential things to do in St. Augustine.

The street sits a stone’s throw to the beaches and is home to popular shops like The Bunnery, Whetstone Chocolates, The Historic Pena-Peck House, St. Photios Greek Orthodox National Shrine, and more.

31 – Stroll through history at the Oldest House Museum

Oldest House Museum, St. Augustine

If you’re in the oldest city in the U.S., it only fits that you’d check out its oldest house !

Established in the 1700s, the Gonzalez-Alvarez House is still remarkably well-preserved, displaying 500 years’ worth of artifacts from the region.

The building itself is a great example of the architectural styles favored by Spanish settlers, and showcases the stories of that bygone era in incredible detail.

When you’re done, head to the St. Augustine Surf Culture and History Museum next door to learn all about a beloved local sport.

32 – Zip through St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park

Alligator Farm Zoological Park, St Augustine

Quench that thirst for adventure by ziplining through the St. Augustine Alligator Zoological Farm — a one-of-a-kind thrill made up of aerial obstacles, jumps, and ziplines through the zoo.

As you whiz over the enclosures, keep an eye out for live alligators and crocodiles.

After you’re all adventured out, the behind-the-scenes tour is a great option to learn about wildlife conservation and see the animals up close.

33 – Perfect the tan on St. Augustine Beach

St Augustine Beach, Florida

Home to a fishing pier, beachside pavilion, splash park, sand volleyball court, and beachfront park, there’s something for everyone at the popular St. Augustine Beach.

Laze on the sand, kick back and relax; or burn some calories with a surf, cycle, or paddle.

After working up an appetite, there are several tropical seaside restaurants worth checking out.

34 – Spend the afternoon at the St. Augustine History Museum

St. Augustine History Museum

Want to know about the fascinating history of this 16-century Spanish colony? You can learn about its 400+ year timeline at the St. Augustine History Museum, where its tour takes you through this ancient city’s private collection of artifacts.

With a diverse selection of galleries highlighting everything from the area’s Spanish influence to its changing culture through time, history buffs will have a ball here.

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35 – Visit the stunning Flagler College

Flagler College, St Augustine

Operating for more than 50 years, the widely-known Flagler College is a heritage institution that focuses on providing liberal arts education. But it’s so much more than that: it’s a beautiful, intricate building full of enchanting courtyards, impressive art, and lush gardens.

As Henry Flagler’s 19th-century hotel transitioned to a college in the late 1960s, it wrote yet another chapter in its rich history — all of this and more can be learned with a walk through its walls.

36 – Explore the Ximenez-Fatio House Museum

Ximenez-Fatio House Museum, St. Augustine

When it was first built in 1798, the Ximenez-Fatio House was already seen as a community-focused space; it featured a pub and grocery store in addition to the living quarters.

After a stint as a warehouse and a boarding house, it was reopened as a museum, offering the public the chance to see some great local history and architecture.

Stop by to explore this marvelous building, while your guides educate you on the many stories that it holds.

If you’re feeling daring, there’s even an evening ghost tour!

37 – Take a stroll through the St. Augustine Wild Reserve

St. Augustine Wild Reserve

The perfect place for a breath of fresh air, the St. Augustine Wild Reserve is home to some of the rarest animals in the country.

With big cats like cougars, spotted jaguars, and melanistic jaguars roaming around, it’s a surefire hit amongst animal enthusiasts, not to mention curious kids.

Keep in mind, however, that this isn’t your typical for-profit zoo; the St. Augustine Wild Reserve works with volunteers and donations in its commitment to preserving all exotic wildlife.

38 – Take a hike in Anastasia State Park

Anastasia State Park, St. Augustine

Time to dust off those hiking shoes! The Anastasia State Park has white sand beaches and vibrant history, not to mention all of the picturesque hiking trails, sand dunes, and tidal marshes.

Hot tip: if you can’t decide which route to take, make a beeline for the Ancient Dunes Nature Trail — it’s ideal for observing wildlife along the beach.

For a multi-day adventure, there are also campsites available.

39 – Admire the architecture of the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine

Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, Florida

As one of the easy — but certainly worthwhile — things to do in St. Augustine, a visit to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine promises a unique experience.

The Catholic church is more than 450 years old, is home to America’s First Parish, and is the pilgrimage ground of this ancient city.

Join their prayer session or simply drop in to take a squiz at the splendor of the interior.

40 – Visit the Fort Matanzas National Monument

Fort Matanzas National Monument, St Augustine

Transport yourself all the way back to 1742 by visiting the Fort Matanzas National Monument , the former location that saw the Spanish settle on the southern end of St. Augustine.

With more than 300 acres of stunning coastal landscapes and all kinds of flora and fauna dotting its fields, there’s plenty to see in its immediate vicinity too.

As a little bonus, the main Fort can only be accessed via ferry — so a relaxing boat ride awaits!

41 – Sample delicious blends at a wine tasting tour

wine tasting in St. Augustine

If a glass of vino is part of your daily routine, then a wine tour is a must while you’re visiting this fine town!

Check out local gems like the San Sebastian Winery, a beloved local fixture that’s housed in a historic railroad building and specializes in dessert wines.

Or combine your excursion with other local attractions, such as eateries and local historic attractions.

Even your mode of transportation will be classy; you can choose between a carriage ride or a scenic sailing trip!

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42 – Plan a visit to Ponce de Leon’s Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park

Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, St. Augustine

First explored by Juan Ponce De Leon way back in 1513, Ponce de Leon’s Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park holds the coveted title of being the oldest European settlement in the USA.

That alone makes it a bucket list destination. However, throw in the Timucua Indian Exhibit, Planetarium, and Discovery Globe scattered across its 15-acre greenery, and it becomes quintessential.

With more than 500 years’ worth of history, an enriching and fun experience at this park is all but guaranteed.

43 – Explore the Spanish Military Hospital Museum

Spanish Military Hospital Museum, St. Augustine

Attention, history buffs: here, at the Spanish Military Hospital Museum , travelers are given a rare chance to see how medicine worked centuries ago during the Colonial Spanish days.

The distinctive museum puts on historical surgical demonstrations, dives into the world of apothecary medicine creation, and displays a range of tools, herbs, and treatments old and new.

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44 – Grab some trinkets at the St. Augustine Beach Wednesday Farmers Market

St. Augustine Beach Wednesday Farmers Market

Created with the conscious aim at support local small businesses, the ever-charming  St. Augustine Beach Wednesday Farmers Market dishes up vendors ranging from farmers to artists, craft-makers, and everything in between.

Make sure to check out Tiles By The Sea, Ecopurposed, and Wreaths By Flo, some of the most popular market stalls.

45 – Wander around the magical Colonial Quarter

Colonial Quarter, St Augustine

The appropriate-themed Colonial Quarter attraction is teeming with interesting activities: check out the colonial Blacksmithing, witness a live Musket demonstration, climb the watchtower, or stroll across the St. Augustine boardwalk and admire flags of old.

It’s a wonderful way to learn about how people lived centuries ago — made all the more memorable with a complete colonial walk-through tour.

46 – Step inside the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche at Mission Nombre de Dios

National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche at Mission Nombre de Dios, St. Augustine

The National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche at Mission Nombre De Dios (say that 10 times fast, right?) holds the esteemed title of being America’s first Marian Shrine.

Established back in the 1600s, it’s now more than 450 years old — and while teeming with history it still resonates beauty.

While its appearance is noteworthy, this Shrine’s unique selling point is that it has become highly popular for expecting women who come to pray for fertility, their children’s health, and safe delivery.

47 – Grab a table at Sunset Grille

Sunset Grille, St. Augustine

Who’s hungry?

Known for its impeccable service and bring is one of St. Augustine’s top beachside restaurants, it’s no surprise that Sunset Grille often sits high atop travelers’ bucket lists.

A local destination that has been around for 30 years, this eaterie dishes up delicacies like Coconut Shrimp, Chowders, Datil Chicken wings, and more.

With a full-service bar and sun-soaked outdoor seating facing the beach, it’s the ideal date spot.

48 – Soak in the ambiance at Harry’s Seafood Bar and Grille

Harry’s Seafood Bar and Grille, St. Augustine

Harry’s Seafood Bar and Grille have been around since 1987, so they must be doing something right!

The Fried Green Tomatoes, French Baked Scallops, and Blackened Shrimp are some of the crowd favorites, but based on the reviews, it’s hard to go wrong.

And, of course, since you’re on vacation, the popular St. Augustine restaurant also offers a fully-stocked bar complete with more beer, wine, and liquor than you could dream of.

49 – Admire the aptly-named Oldest Wooden School House

Oldest Wooden School House, St Augustine

Make no mistake: the Oldest Wooden School House is an American treasure, still standing in its original form.

The schoolhouse does an excellent job of depicting how schools operated centuries ago, with an emphasis on the education and livelihood of Minorcan settlers’.

Thanks to its location on St. George Street by the City Gate, it’s an easy one to fit into any itinerary.

50 – Walk the plank on the Black Raven pirate ship!

Black Raven pirate ship in St Augustine

Arrr me hearties, who’s ready for their very own battle on the seven seas?

On the Black Raven Pirate ship — a hit for travelers young and old — guests take part in a treasure hunt featuring live actors, eccentric costumes, authentic-looking props and plenty of fun.

Hot tip: who says you need to have kids to have fun on this ship? Adults, sign up for the swashbuckling 18+ Rum Runner adventure!

51 – Dig into a fresh plate of seafood at Catch 27

Catch 27, St. Augustine

Located in the heart of the Historic city on Charlotte Street, the locally-adored Catch 27 prepares freshly caught seafood day in, day out, serving up everything from mahi-mahi to flounder, black drum, and Sheepshead.

If fish isn’t your cup of tea, the shrimp cocktails and gumbo empanadas are both highly popular alternatives too.

Don’t worry: these guys also have a bar.

52 – Cool off with a delicious ice pop at the Hyppo

The Hyppo, St. Augustine

For when the St. Augustine summer sun is wreaking havoc, do as the locals do; there’s no better way to cool off and than with a soothing ice pop or two from The Hyppo .

While the prices aren’t the cheapest in the city, with so many mouth-watering flavors on offer — from Strawberry Lemonade to Champagne Mango and Espresso Horchata — it’s simply non-negotiable.

53 – Chow down at Cousteau’s Waffle and Milkshake Bar

Waffle and Milkshake Bar, St. Augustine

Paradise on earth for anyone with a sweet tooth, Cousteau’s Waffle and Milkshake Bar is located in the heart of St. Augustine on Hypolita Street and has been serving up scrumptious handmade Belgian waffles for years.

Plimpton, Kingsly, and Life on Mars are some of the popular waffles worthy of a taste test, while Sonny, Air Kentucky, and Ping Island round out the list of must-try hand-spun milkshakes.

54 – Stroll along Aviles Street

Aviles Street, St Augustine

With the enviable title of being the oldest street in the USA, located on the south side in between St George Street and St Charlotte Street, Aviles Street has become a beacon for entertainment and activity.

On any given day you can explore amazing local art galleries and historical museums, dine at award-winning restaurants, or tour schools, jails, cemeteries, and more.

Many of the city’s free walking tours will stroll past this landmark, so that could be your best bet.

55 – Catch a show at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre

St. Augustine Amphitheatre

Sitting on the gorgeous Anastasia Island and just 0.5 miles from the beach, this next destination is an absolute treat.

Whether you prefer a concert, play, silent disco, stand-up comedy session, or something obscurely in between, you’re almost certain to find it on the calendar at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre .

Hot tip: check the website —  with about 40 performances taking place each year, it helps to plan ahead.

56 – Set sail on the Schooner Freedom

Schooner Freedom in St Augustine

But it’s not just for show; you can actually sail on this Freedom Ship over the historic waters of St. Augustine, raising the sails, enjoying the view, and then kicking back to learn about the local marine life and ecosystems.

Don’t forget the camera — sightings of wild dolphins, turtles, and birds are common.

57 – Play a round at one of many mini-golf courses!

mini golf in St. Augustine

If you are a golf aficionado (or, honestly, even if you’re not), then playing a few holes at one of the city’s famous mini-golf courses is a great way to pass the time.

Ripley’s Bayfront Mini Golf is full of bizarre decorations (it is Ripley’s, after all); and Pirates Cove Adventure Golf and Fiesta Falls Miniature Golf each have unique features of their own. If vacationing with youngsters, it’s one of the most enjoyable things to do in St. Augustine.

58 – Get buzzed on a walking pub crawl

Prohibition Kitchen Gastropub, St Augustine

It’s vacation. Leave the stress at home and why not get a little wild, right?

The city’s walking pub crawls take you through the historic streets, stopping into an array of international, multi-cultural bars — some large clubs, some little-known dive bars.

While the itinerary can change from day to day, there’s a high chance you’ll end up downing shots at The Gifted Cork, Taberna Del Caballo, Isabella’s Bar Cuba, Prohibition Kitchen Gastropub or The Chatsworth Pub and Tea Room (or all of the above, if you can last that long).

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59 – Spend the night in a historic hotel

Casa Monica, St Augustine

As a city built on history, it should come as no surprise that St. Augustine is absolutely littered with esteemed hotels — and despite their old age, their architecture remains marvelous and their service exquisite.

The Collector, Casa Monica, Bayfront Inn, Bella Bay Inn, and Spanish Street Inn are just a sliver of the long list of historic hotels worth checking out.

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How to get to St. Augustine?

St. Augustine’s northern coastal position makes it a great stop on road trips, but you can also fly straight to town, courtesy of Northeast Florida Regional Airport.

The airports of Jacksonville, Orlando, and Daytona Beach are all within an hour and a half of town, offering additional options if you’re flying into the area.

Where to stay in St. Augustine?

With easy access to the beaches, Freedom Trail, and other hip city attractions, Hyatt Place St. Augustine Vilano Beach is a perfect home base for exploring – but with its glitzy rooms and upscale atmosphere, you’ll be happy staying in, too!

And you’ll feel like family at Ocean Sands Beach Inn & Spa, which offers everything from full breakfasts and a spa to free popcorn and a saltwater mineral pool.

For a charming getaway in the middle of town, hit the St. George Inn, where the gorgeous interiors (think old-school bookshelves and cozy sitting areas) are only matched by the sights right outside the door, like the Fountain of Youth!

Or book a room at The Flagler Inn, where you can swim, dine, relax on the patio, or peddle around on the free bicycles available for guests.

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Where to go next?

Just because you’re leaving town doesn’t mean that the adventures have to stop; with so many fun things to do in Florida , you could keep traveling forever!

Along with its rightful fame as a place for nature-lovers and beachcombers, the Sunshine State offers some of the best arts and culture in the country, as well as some seriously glamorous bars, restaurants, and buildings.

And if you’re looking for amazing cities close to St Augistine itself, you’re in luck; some of the coolest spots in the state are a short trip away!

Check out the exciting sports, beautiful scenery, and fascinating museums in Jacksonville , or the iconic shorelines, vibrant arts scene, and memorable live events of Daytona Beach .

And of course, we can’t forget Orlando , the world-renowned metropolis.

While it’s rightfully known for its theme parks, there’s lots more to see in this Central Florida gem; from outdoor sports to unique live entertainment and dynamic neighborhoods, there’s so much more to see here than mice and wizards!

Final thoughts

It’s beautiful, it’s historical, and it’s packed with activities. Once you’ve had a taste of America’s oldest city, you’ll be coming back for more!

As you explore all of the phenomenal things to do in St. Augustine, you’ll probably learn a thing or two, given its rich past. But with cruises, great food, and fun festivals, you’ll have plenty of time to cut loose as well.

So pack your bags, brush up on some local knowledge, and get ready for fun!

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Ride a bicycle to the western part of Tallinn to view the hangars at the Tallinn Seaplane Harbor . This is by far the region's most important engineering landmark, as the hangars are thought to be the earliest large-scale reinforced-concrete shell structure in the world. The seaplane harbor now houses a maritime museum, which opened in 2012. It is the most popular museum in Estonia.

Cycle through Kalamaja -- the wooden houses district -- en route to Stroomi Beach . Admire the modern seaside houses in the picturesque Kakumae area.

Within the boundaries of the Rocca Al Mare Open-Air Museum , you will appreciate a comprehensive collection of old Estonian wooden buildings. Enjoy a coffee break here with traditional barley cake .

Trade in your bike for a coach ride to Tallinn's Old Town . The medieval walled city features churches and towers centered around Toompea Castle. From Tall Hermann Tower -- the tallest defense tower in medieval Tallinn -- head up Toompea Hill to Palace Square, where Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is located. Continue past the massive 15th-century cannon tower.

Descend to the Lower Town for some free time at Town Hall Square . From here, you will return to the port by coach.

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Firstly, have you ever seen a St. Augustine sunset? If you have, you know what you have in store for you. On the other hand, if you haven’t, you should know that it’s safe to set your expectations high! The stunning colors of the sky reflected in the water are the perfect backdrop to your booze cruise experience. In short, come enjoy the natural beauty paired with your favorite beer , great people, and the rhythm of the music!

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It’s 5 o’clock somewhere, right? Certainly, it’s always a good time to sing and throw back beers on a boat with your friends. On our daytime cruise, enjoy your trip in the gorgeous Florida daytime weather. Ultimately, whether you’re looking for an outdoor activity with the crew or in the mood to get day drunk, you seriously cannot go wrong with our daytime cruise.


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