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Haunted St. Augustine

Get to know Haunted St. Augustine

As the oldest city in the US, St. Augustine has a rich, complicated history spanning more than 450 years. Which translates to a past full of stories—often the kind of tales told in the dark of night—about haunted St. Augustine. You’ll also find St. Augustine on the list as one of the most haunted cities

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St. Augustine boat tours

Great St. Augustine Boat Tours

St. Augustine boat tours offer a unique way to see this Florida city that is sure to be a highlight of your time spent here! After exploring on foot all of the incredible historical sights of St. Augustine, getting out on the water will provide a new perspective of this ancient town. You’ll not only

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Best bed and breakfast near the Castillo de San Marcos

The Best Bed and Breakfast Near The Castillo de San Marcos

The Castillo de San Marcos National Monument is a must-see location when visiting the oldest city in the nation! It is the main attraction and a big reason why so many people flock to St. Augustine every year. The chance to see such a historic and important building is something many people come here to

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St. Augustine brewery

Relax and Unwind at a St. Augustine Brewery

Finding the perfect St. Augustine brewery is not hard to do in this Florida town! While exploring the historic sites around St. Augustine take a break, sit awhile, and relax at one of the many breweries this place has to offer. St. Augustine carries in a tradition of making homemade brews and libations incorporating recipes

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events at the St. Augustine amphitheater

Upcoming Events at the St. Augustine Amphitheater

The St. Augustine Amphitheater hosts world-class performances with well-known artists like Bob Dylan, John Legend, ZZ Top, and Modest Mouse to name a few. This is St. Johns county’s premier concert and event menu and you should be sure to catch an upcoming event at this special place on your next visit to St. Augustine.

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things to do on Anastasia Island

Things to do on Anastasia Island

Anastasia Island is a must-see destination when on vacation in the St. Augustine area. This barrier island lies just east of the city and is a 14-mile long island that is on average about a mile in width. Bordered by the Matanzas River on the east and the Atlantic Ocean on the right, this small

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romantic things to do in St. Augustine

The Most Romantic Things to do in St. Augustine

Finding romantic things to do in St. Augustine is not difficult.  After all, with its history and old-world ambiance, it’s already a place dripping with romance. The unique historic part of this town sets it apart from other destinations around the country. The brick-lined streets, centuries-old buildings, and hidden courtyards make up an atmosphere full

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Visit the Fountain of Youth in St. Augustine

Start the New Year off at Our Luxury St. Augustine Bed and Breakfast

Our St. Augustine bed and breakfast is the perfect place to start the new year off right! Located on the Atlantic coast of northeastern Florida, this historical town has maintained its old-world charm and culture. This makes for a very unique destination to visit in the new year. The St. Augustine historic district is within

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Ghost tours in St. Augustine

Ghost Tours in St. Augustine

The ghost tours in St. Augustine are some of the best tours in the country and a big reason is that this historic town has over 450 years of accumulated experiences and stories to tell! These guided walking (and some riding) paranormal tours take you to the most haunted buildings and sites in St. Augustine.

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Visit the st. Augustine lighthouse

Visit the St. Augustine Lighthouse

The St. Augustine Lighthouse is a must-see on a visit to the nation’s oldest city! This private non-profit serves as an educational maritime museum today and played an important role in the history of St. Augustine. A part of the nation’s oldest port, the St. Augustine Lighthouse has played a part in many eras of

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