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Battle of Bloody Mose 271st Anniversary Commemoration

Battle of Bloody Mose 271st Anniversary Commemoration

Battle of Bloody Mose Anniversary Commemoration Saturday, June 25 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM This exciting re-enactment commemorates the 271ST anniversary of the Battle of “Bloody Moosa” which forced the British to retreat from Spanish Florida in 1740. The...
LuLi's Cupcakes

LuLi's Cupcakes

…is located in the historic district of St. Augustine, we bake our cupcakes fresh daily using only the finest ingredients. At LuLi’s our goal is to provide our customers with the ultimate comfort food experience, with all of the pleasure and none...
Pirate Fashions N Photos

Pirate Fashions N Photos

Avast me harties, here be dozen reasons why ye should buy from Pirate Fashions N Fotos, Yarrr! Pirates Fashion N Fotos be a real 1200 sq ft bricks n’ mortar store you can visit 7 days a week instead of a virtual store which has no inventory n’ has...
Restaurants

Restaurants

One of the great things about St. Augustine is the food. There are more good restaurants in the St. Augustine area than in all of Jacksonville, despite its having less than 10% of the population of its larger neighbor. The area is world famous for its...
Casa Monica Hotel

Casa Monica Hotel

In the heart of St. Augustine, Florida, the nation’s oldest city, the Casa Monica Hotel is a majestic 1888 landmark. Restored in 1999, the Casa Monica Hotel blends a legendary past with contemporary pleasures. Step inside this historic St. Augustine...
Ripley’s Sightseeing Trains

Ripley’s Sightseeing Trains

Ripley’s Sightseeing Trains route takes you around the city on a private guided tour to all the major attractions. This single venue enables you to enjoy the sights and sounds of 20 different, must see stops. Trains depart every fifteen minutes. A professional...
Mission of Nombre de Dios

Mission of Nombre de Dios

The mission of Nombre de Dios marks the beginning of Christianity in USA. The first Catholic parish Mass on US soil and was held here. Pedro Menendez de Aviles discovered this site in 1565 and it is today known as the founding site of St. Augustine. He...
Brief History

Brief History

Spanish Juan Ponce de Leon landed here back in April 3, 1513 but the city was founded first in 1565 by the Spanish explorer Mr Pedro Menéndez the Avilés. This happened in the Holy Saint Augustine feast day which falls on 8th September. The area ravaged...
Raintree (Dinner only)

Raintree (Dinner only)

Enjoy casual dining at its finest at The Raintree Restaurant & Steakhouse, recognized nationally and internationally as one of Florida’s top destination restaurants. The Raintree is renowned for consistent, award-winning menu, wine list and full...
Fountain of Youth

Fountain of Youth

Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park was discovered by Ponce de Leon on April 3, 1513. This 15 acre, 500 year old park is centered around the Spring House which contains the original Fountain of Youth spring and the landmark cross. The landmark cross...

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