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Stroll Down Aviles Street - Stop #16

Lined with shops, art galleries and outdoor cafes, Aviles Street offers a nice blend of historic and modern things to do in St. Augustine. Dating back to 1573, Aviles is the nation’s oldest public street. The cobblestone street has recently been returned to its original beauty and charm. Renovations by The City of St. Augustine include new street lighting, public art installations and wider, more pedestrian-friendly sidewalks. Aviles Street is definitely the place to be in St. Augustine!

 
     
 
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Eat Fried Shrimp at O’Steen’s Restaurant
Free Beach Bus Shuttle or walk from Stop #16

Established in 1965, O’Steen’s Restaurant is a longtime St. Augustine institution and famous foodie destination. Located just east of the Bridge of Lions, O’Steen’s is known for their fried shrimp served with Southern sides and “pink sauce.” Order a six-piece platter all the way up to a 24-piece platter, but don’t order if you’re in a hurry. O’Steen’s usually has a line out the door, is closed on Mondays and only accepts cash.

 
     
 
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Feed the Koi Fish at Lightner Museum - Stop #11

koi fish at lightner museumLocated on King Street in downtown St. Augustine, the Lightner Museum features costumes, furnishings, musical instruments and other artifacts that give you a glimpse into 19th century daily life. But it’s the museum’s courtyard pond that demands the most attention. Filled with large, colorful koi fish, visitors can purchase fish food at one of the vending machines and toss the pellets from the stone bridge.

 
     
 
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Ride the Zip Line at the Alligator Farm
Free Beach Bus Shuttle

One of the most thrilling things to do in the “Old City” is the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park’s Crocodile Crossing zip line adventure. Visitors can check out the lower, shorter Sepik River Course or the higher, more challenging Nile River Course. Either way, they’ll be maneuvering over 50 obstacles while dangling above live alligators and crocodiles. Remember to call ahead and make reservations.

 
     
 
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person feeding alligatorsCrocodile Feedings at the Alligator Farm

3:00PM every Saturday. Maximo, a 15 foot crocodile from Australia will be emerging from the water to devour his meal. Quite a spectacular thing to see, one of the many reasons why so many locals buy annual passes to this wonderful zoological park. Springtime in the wild bird rookery along the boardwalk that runs over the alligator swamp is a wonderful place to capture great photographs of nesting and hatching wading birds. More on Alligator Farm.

 
 
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Dance at Reggae Sunday at the Conch House
Free Beach Bus Shuttle

Another St. Augustine institution, The Conch House Marina Resort, located on Anastasia Island, is a Caribbean-style restaurant famous for “Reggae Sundays” during the long summer season. Usually running from early March through late September, Reggae Sunday features drink specials and some of the best local and regional musical talent. Remember to wear something light and comfortable and order a Goombay Smash.

 
     
 
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The Whetstone Chocolate Factory Tour - Stop #14

whetsone chocolateLed by Whetstone Chocolatiers, the Whetstone Chocolate Factory Tour is a four-tiered tasting adventure where you’ll be introduced to the history and making of chocolate – the Whetstone way. Located on King Street, the factory features everything you need to know about dark, milk and white chocolate, as well as cocoa nibs. A must-do for any chocoholic! Tours are limited to 25 people, so reservations are suggested.

 
     
 
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san sebastian wineryTour San Sebastian Winery - Stop #13

Enjoy sampling award-winning Florida wines as you tour San Sebastian Winery. Founded in 1996 and open seven days a week, the winery is located on King Street in one of Henry Flagler’s old East Coast Railway buildings. Don’t forget to head to the rooftop and check out “The Cellar Upstairs,” a wine, jazz and blues bar featuring some of the region’s best musical talent. Order Sangria and enjoy the spectacular water view from the open-air deck.

 
     
 
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Tour the Old Jail - Stop #1

old jailCompleted in 1891, the Old St. Johns County Jail (known simply as the “Old Jail”), located on San Marco Ave., housed prisoners for over 60 years. It is one of the few surviving 19th century jails and was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1987. Tour the Old Jail to learn about the institution’s general population and maximum security area, as well as a women’s section and lower level kitchen. Don’t forget to be on the lookout for the South’s most feared lawman, Sheriff Joe Perry.

 
     
 
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Experience the Oldest Store Museum - Stop #1

oldest store museum experienceHave you ever wondered what it would be like to step back in time to an old drugstore or supermarket? The Oldest Store Museum Experience offers visitors a peek at what it was like back at the turn of the century. Meet the store’s proprietor, Mr. C.F. Hamblen, and browse over 100,000 items including tonic and elixirs, farm equipment, collars and corsets, guns and ammunition, old typewriters, bikes and trikes – even a goat powered washing machine.

 
     
 
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First Friday Art Walk

An art event that takes place in galleries throughout downtown St. Augustine from
5–9 p.m. the first Friday of each month.  See new art by local, regional and national artists, hear live bands and enjoy wine, cheese and other refreshments.  Free trolley rides by Old Town Trolley Tours will be provided for art walk participants.  FREE!

 
     
 
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Uptown Saturday Night

5–9 p.m. the last Saturday night of each month on San Marco Avenue, shopping district. Selected galleries and antique merchants hold extended hours with entertainment and other activities. FREE!

 
     
 
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St. George Street - Stop #5

Take a walk down St. George Street after 11:00 pm to soak in the historical ambiance after the crowds have gone in for the night. FREE!

 
     
 
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Taberna del Gallo - Stop #5

exterior of white buildingSpanish Colonial re-enactors sing sea shanties in this authentic Spanish period tavern located at the Colonial Spanish Quarter on St. George Street. Great to sing along or just bang the tables while enjoying Sangria or beer. FREE!

 
     
 
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walkway and treesWashington Oaks State Park

About 20 miles south of St. Augustine Beach on A1A.  Wonderful gardens to walk through on the west side, good fishing out of the inter-coastal, or go to the east side and see the great coquina formations on the beach.

 
     
 
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  Castillo de San Marcos - Stop #18

side view of fort and watch tower with water in backgroundThis is the one place no one should miss when coming to St. Augustine. The fort is the oldest and largest stone fort in the continental U.S. It was built by the Spanish during 1672–1695 with blocks of coquina. Ranger tours are available each day, and live cannon firings are held most Saturdays. A National Park Service facility.

 
     
 
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shrine with figures of saintsSt. Photios Greek Shrine

The first national shrine of the Greek Orthodox Church celebrates the first colony of Greeks to arrive to the city.

 
     
 
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Music by the Sea Concert Series

Every Wednesday, mid May – mid October at the St. Augustine Beach Pier Pavilion.  Free concerts and local restaurants offering dinners for sale at the Pavilion.  Bring your beach chair and coolers, it’s great for all ages.


 
     
 
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gazebo and people sitting on lawn chairsFree Concerts at the City Plaza
Stop #5

Memorial Day – Labor Day, every Thursday evening in the Plaza de la Constitución, downtown St. Augustine.  All you need is your chair!

 
     
 
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Old City Farmers Market

A great market where you can find produce, homemade products, baked goods, plants, and locally made arts and crafts.  Every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the St. Augustine Amphitheater.

 
 
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Saint Augustine’s Best Tour to See the Spanish Quarter, Flagler Memorial Church, the Bay View, St. Augustine Old Jail,
Plaza de la Constitucion, San Sebastian Winery, Lightner Museum, Castillo de San Marcos, Fountain of Youth, and Much More!
 
 
 

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