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St Augustine, the oldest continuously occupied city in the US, has something for everyone – history, architecture, culture, a gamut of excellent dining and plenty of kid-friendly tourist schmaltz. Further south, you'll find odd-duck antique-laden small towns and (hey, it's Florida) more miles of soft, sandy beach.


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$28.07 Tours & Sightseeing

St Augustine Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour

See and Visit.. Fountain of Youth, Lightner Museum, Castillo de San Marcos, Ripley's "Believe it or Not", Flagler College, St. George Street, St Augustine's Oldest House, the Old Jail, Florida Heritage Museum and much more! Tour at your own pace! Old Town Trolley Tours allows you to get off at any of their convenient stops situated close to all popular attractions, shops and restaurants. When you're ready, just re-board and it's on with the tour. Additionally, the Old Town Trolley pass is good for admission to the Florida Heritage Museum and the St. Augustine Beach Bus with hourly shuttle service to St. Augustine Beach, Anastasia Island, and Downtown St. Augustine.

$46.15 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Discover St Augustine: Attractions Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off

On your visit to St Augustine, take some time to learn the history of the oldest European-settled city in the United States. There are several ways to experience this historic city -- visit the Old Jail, experience the Oldest Store museum, explore the history museum and see the city via the Old Town hop-on hop-off trolley. It's a great way to see all that St Augustine has to offer. Old Jail: Built in 1890 by Henry Flagler, the Old Jail of St Augustine is one of the oldest of its kind and despite being renovated, maintains its original feel. It’s a perfect choice for families, as actors dressed in time-period outfits take you back to the time when this was a maximum-security prison. St Augustine History Museum: Get a look into St Augustine's past at the history museum! With dozens of artifacts dating back centuries, the history museum gives you a glimpse into the period when British, Spanish and French ruled the city and how it has evolved today. Oldest Store Museum Experience: Step back in time and experience how stores operated and what they sold in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The store is filled with over 100,000 items, such as a steam-driven tractor, tonics and elixirs, health underwear, worm syrup, collars and corsets, a goat-powered washing machine, bikes and trikes and more! Old Town Trolley: Enjoy two days of consecutive trolley riding through the historical city of St Augustine, soaking up the beaches, rolling down cobblestone streets and admiring the architecture. You may get off and on as many times as you'd like, allowing you ample time to see destinations like the Alligator Farm, the Castillo de San Marcos Fort and more!

$17 Cultural & Theme Tours

Secrets of St Augustine Ghost Tours

A 75 minute walking tour through the historic and haunted streets of the Ancient City. Dion Moore, The American Spinner, will guide you through 450 years of trauma and tragedy as no one else can. You will visit the Old City Gates, the Public Burial Ground, Tolomato Cemetery, the old Funeral Parlor, Spanish Street, and end up on top human remains in the courtyard of The St George Inn.  St Augustine is the oldest city of European orgin in America but hear how the community endured these incredible events and continues to thrive to this day.

$28.07 Cultural & Theme Tours

Haunted Trolley Tour of St Augustine

Embark on an adventure like no other as you journey through to the other side on the Ghosts & Gravestones Tour. Hop of the TROLLEY OF THE DOOMED and listen to haunted tales that surround one of the spookiest and most well known sites for supernatural occurrences, the city of St Augustine. On your tour you will visit the Old Jail where you will learn about the many prisoners and practices that took place here. See where the Sheriff and his wife and family lived - adjacent to where the prisoners were housed. Once inside the Old Jail, listen quietly for voices in the night; guests have reported hearing cries for help as they walked through the hallways. Be extra careful not to run into resident ghost, Charlie Powell, an inmate who served his time, yet was never set free. Built in 1891, the Old Jail housed prisoners for over 60 years and many criminals met their maker here at the end of a hangman's noose. Listed on the Florida and National Haunted Places Register, the Old Jail has been the site of countless supernatural occurrences. Is St. Augustine really haunted? Only you can answer that question for yourself.

$143.99 Outdoor Activities

Daytona International Speedway Richard Petty Race Car Ride

Head to Daytona International Speedway for your exciting race car ride-along program. Located in Daytona Beach, this famous racetrack is home to the legendary DAYTONA 500. Your professional instructor will provide a safety instruction before helping you gear up in your driver's suit, helmet and neck guard. Then, hop in the passenger's seat of a Sprint Cup-style stock car and hit the track! Hold tight as your expert driver takes you on an exciting 3-lap drive, simulating a race car qualifying run. You'll see what it feels like to be in a real race car as it thunders around the track at speeds of up to 170 mph (273 kph)!

$20 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

Saint Augustine Nights of Lights Boat Cruise

Step aboard the Sand Dollar and get ready to feast your eyes on one of the most breathtaking holiday visions you will ever see. Voted as one of the 10 best holiday lighting displays in the world by National Geographic in 2014, Saint Augustine is a city alive with the magic that only lights can bring. Saint Augustine's Nights of Lights features millions of tiny while lights scattered across the nation's oldest city, bringing an atmosphere of awe and wonder to all that visit.The vessel, The Sand Dollar is a 32' X 10' USCG Inspected & Insured Catamaran. She is powered by a Honda 135HP 4 Stroke motor that is both fuel efficient and very quiet. The vessel is 75% covered for shade and all weather conditions. She is approved for 16 passengers and 2 crew members, and has an on-board bathroom. The Captain does not run trips in the Ocean, and only cruises in the protected Intra-Coastal Water Way. The Captain will cancel any trips during unsafe weather and high winds. At this time the vessel is not wheel chair accessible. There are several scheduled tours and cruises during the week, so be sure to book yours quickly!