5 Things to do in St. Augustine, FL
St. Augustine is a beautiful city full of history. It is the oldest city in the U.S., and was constructed with intricate Spanish colonial architecture. We love this city and want to share our favorite spots with you! Whether you are a St. Augustine native or just visiting, these spots are perfect to visit and explore the city.
1. St. George Street
St. George Street is steeped in heritage. It is home to many local shops and vendors, delicious food, and an old wooden school house that dates back to the early 18th century! This is one of the best spots to see the life and heart of St. Augustine. Learn more about St. George Street here.
2. Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
This one is for our history buffs. The Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest masonry fortification in the continental United States. It was built by the Spanish and was used to defend Florida and the Atlantic trade route. The monument is open for tours seven days a week. Learn more about Castillo de San Marcos here.
3. Black Raven Adventures
If you've always dreamed of being a pirate, now is your chance! Climb aboard the Black Raven and set off on an adventure. There are several different attractions you can complete on the ship, so check out their website and reserve your experience.
4. St. Augustine Beach
St. Augustine beach is the perfect place to spend a sunny day! There are lots of restaurants around the beach and plenty of activities on the water. Bring your surf board, paddle board, or boogie board, and enjoy the day on the beach. Learn more about St. Augustine Beach here.
5. Visit Champion Church
We would love to see you at church on Sunday! We meet every Sunday at 9:30am at the Classic Car Museum. Check out Champion Church this Sunday!