St. Augustine, Florida
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St. Augustine: Trolley Tour & St. Augustine History Museum

1. St. Augustine: Trolley Tour & St. Augustine History Museum

See historic St. Augustine on this full-day hop-on hop-off trolley tour. Listen as your conductors narrate the tour with a fascinating and fun mix of trivia and stories. Find out about the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in the country at the St. Augustine History Museum. Enjoy a full 90-minute tour on the trolley or have the freedom to hop-on and hop-off at any of the 22 stops. Avoid getting through traffic or having to find and pay for parking. Let your conductor take care of navigating for you. Relive the story of the first settlement in North America as you see Castillo de San Marcos, the Spanish fort built in the 17th century. See the famous spring that Ponce de Leon which is deemed the Fountain of Youth, where you can actually sample the water. Explore the site of the first mass in America at the Mission of Nombre de Dios. Experience early St. Augustine as you tour Old St. Augustine Village, which features houses from the 18th and 19th centuries. Admire the Gonzalez-Alvarez House, the oldest documented colonial house in Florida which was lived in by British, Spanish, and American colonists. Immerse yourself in the 500 year history of the city as you view the exhibits at the St. Augustine History Museum. 

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St. Augustine: Marineland Dolphin Meet & Greet

2. St. Augustine: Marineland Dolphin Meet & Greet

Learn all about the world's most beloved sea mammal, the dolphin, at Marineland. See the immense Atlantic Ocean and create a bond with one of the most intelligent marine species in the world. All options include important information about dolphins, their diet, care programs, as well as some tips on how to help save their natural habitat. Enjoy a Meet 'n Greet program where you will have an unforgettable first up-close dolphin adventure. Come and hang out at the edge of the fantastic Atlantic Ocean as you enjoy the warm Florida weather.

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St. Augustine: 1.5-Hour Ghost Walking Tour

3. St. Augustine: 1.5-Hour Ghost Walking Tour

Follow the storytellers through the Old Town, visiting some of their favorite haunts, on this tour through St. Augustine’s ghostly locations. Meet your guide near the Old City Gates and stroll through the darkened streets, listening to stories of long-deceased residents who have not moved on. While traveling the most haunted areas of St. Augustine, the USA’s oldest city, you will hear the most enchanting and historical accounts of paranormal sightings, captures, and the story behind why they appear. From the Old Cemeteries, to the infamous Castillo de San Marcos, your guide will make sure you have every chance to capture and explore your own paranormal encounters. This is an award-winning tour that has operated since 1998 and welcomes young and old alike — the very best unscripted tour. The experience begins and ends at the same location with convenient parking nearby.

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St. Augustine: Potter's Wax Museum Ticket

4. St. Augustine: Potter's Wax Museum Ticket

Discover America's first wax museum located in the heart of historic St. Augustine, Florida. This wax museum offers guests the ability to interact with over 160 wax figures, ranging from Hollywood A-listers to individuals who have shaped national history. The inspiration behind Potter's Wax Museum came from a childhood trip to London taken by founder, George L. Potter. As a child, he was mesmerized by the life like figures and wanted to share his enjoyment with the American public. In 1947, Potter began contracting with GEMS of London, a noted wax studio, to create one of a kind figures for his museum. Potter employed artists from all over Europe to aide in this project with the wax imported from France, hair from Italy, and the sculpting taking place in Belgium. Opening it's doors in 1949, Potter's Wax Museum has served as an interactive, educational and fun attraction for visitors to the ancient city.

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St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum Tickets

5. St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum Tickets

Journey back three centuries to the piracy's golden age at this spectacular interactive museum. See more than 800 authentic pirate artefacts (one of the largest collections in the world) in award-winning interactive exhibits, like the Book of Pirates. Fire a real cannon, touch a 400-year-old treasure chest, and explore the execution dock. Lift a real gold bar recovered from the Spanish galleon Santa Margarita, which sank around 1622. Raise the Jolly Roger flag and even meet a pirate if you're lucky! Learn all about the world's most infamous sea rogues during your trip to the interactive Pirate and Treasure Museum. It's an engaging adventure for all ages!

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St. Augustine: Audio-Guided Medieval Torture Museum Tour

6. St. Augustine: Audio-Guided Medieval Torture Museum Tour

Enter the museum through the gift shop, guiding yourself through the many rooms at your own pace. You will have the option to read the descriptive plaques or to purchase the audio-guide, which plays through the speaker of your phone, via a web page. Witness numerous forms of brutal, jaw-dropping, yet historically accurate torture methods, while interacting with several of the displays. Experience first hand the sound of the guillotine dropping, and look inside the belly of the Bronze Bull, feeling the desperation of the victim. With a space of over 4,000 sq ft, there is so much to see. As you walk from room to room, you will think that you have seen the worst until you come to the next room.

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St. Augustine: Historical Walking Tour

7. St. Augustine: Historical Walking Tour

Step beyond the textbooks and into the real history of the oldest town in the United States. Learn the culture of the people who built St. Augustine, and admire the architecture of both the Spanish and British periods. With your professional guide, take a gentle and scenic stroll around this historical place. Enjoy a small group of typically fewer than 10 people, ensuring you have that personal connection with your guide. Hear tales of St. Augustine, take souvenir photos, and ask your guide any questions you have. After the tour, spend the rest of your visit to the city armed with all of the information you need, knowing that if you have a question, you have a place to call and get your questions answered.

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St. Augustine: Haunted Walking Tour

8. St. Augustine: Haunted Walking Tour

Discover St Augustine’s secret horrors on a walking ghost tour. Experience the darkness hidden in shadows of the Florida sun on this tour of the city’s historic district. Meet your guide and start your tour of the old town’s haunted hotspots. Pass the Spanish Military Hospital Museum and the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine. Enter Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, a historic fort, and walk through Plaza de la Constitución. Learn about local history and hear authentic ghost stories of sites you visit.

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St. Augustine: Chocolate & Sweet Walking Tour with Tastings

9. St. Augustine: Chocolate & Sweet Walking Tour with Tastings

Meet your friendly guide in downtown St. Augustine and set off on an unforgettable sugary adventure. Stroll through the quaint streets and soak up the charming atmosphere as you listen to your guide’s fascinating stories about local history and culture. Along the way, visit some of St. Augustine’s most beloved candy stores, bakeries, and chocolate shops. At each of the stops, discover what makes these local sweet treats so popular and enjoy a tasting session of chocolate, pralines, and more. By the end of the tour you’ll have learned about life in the town and receive a goody-bag filled with sweet treats to take home and enjoy later in the day.

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St. Augustine: 3-Hour Matanzas River Kayaking Eco Tour

10. St. Augustine: 3-Hour Matanzas River Kayaking Eco Tour

Connect with mother nature on a 3-hour kayak trip with a local guide. Spot birds, fish, and other native wildlife while exploring their habitat in an environmentally friendly way. Start the tour at Genung's Fish Camp where you will be fitted with your single or tandem kayak. Next, glide into the Matanzas River, crossing in the shadow of the Crescent Beach Draw Bridge. Paddle past oyster fields, tidal creeks, and mangrove trees located in the protected waters behind the barrier islands. High and low tides offer different but equally enjoyable experiences. Either way, your experienced guide will help you see the area through the eyes of a local with stories and facts about the area.

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What people are saying about St. Augustine, Florida

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 41 reviews

This was such an awesome experience! And I appreciated the fact that the guy up front saw we had a 6 yr old with us and wanted to give me a preview tour and tell me that it may or may not be for him. But we allowed him to go with us so he could see what history really was like when you did something wrong. It was gruesome for sure, so we did skip one or two, but it's history so you can't deny it one way or the other. He soaked it in and it was actually his favorite. Idk whether to be scared or not lol, just kidding.

We enjoyed the dolphins and the acquarium very much. The people helping were plentiful and could not have been more accommodating. We didn't see the turtles but plan to go back soon.

Is a great place to go. Everyone who works there is so friendly , so nice. Everything is clean, including restroom. Shows are nice. Is a good choice to go back…..

We had an excellent time!!! Highly recommended for those pirate lovers and history buffs!

fun and informative drivers... friendly and helpful easy to get off and on