When you visit Florida’s Historic Coast, there’s no better place to stay than one of St. Augustine’s historic inns and bed & breakfasts. These small, peaceful and locally owned properties are among some of the most beautiful properties in a region filled with over 450 years of vibrant history and culture.
If you’re looking for unique experiences on Florida's Historic Coast, look no further than these historic tours of St. Augustine. From culinary adventures and pet-friendly walking tours, to living history and a tactile journey through the city’s art, you’re never far from fun things to do in St. Augustine.
Roger Bansemer is a prolific artist, author and co-host of the popular PBS series, “Painting and Travel with Roger and Sarah Bansemer”. Learn more about Roger's adventures in travel painting, his ever-changing artistic vision and how he believes artists shape a community.
Local playwright and director, Deborah Dickey, takes us on a journey through a pivotable point in the life of famed Florida author, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, in her original play “Cross Roads: Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and Norton S. Baskin in Unguarded Moments.”
Every March, people from all over the world don their tartans and come to America’s oldest city to reconnect, celebrate and learn about their Celtic heritage. Here are 7 ways to show off your Celtic pride when the St. Augustine Celtic Festival is done.
Was it really a vacation if you don’t come home with more photos than you know what to do with? The nation’s oldest city in St. Augustine, Florida has 450 years of architectural wonders and historic streetscapes to explore.
Join us for Colonial Night Watch - An event where Spanish, British, French, and Native American reenactors and historians bring Colonial St. Augustine to life with remarkable reenactments, authentic period costumes, and traditional crafts.
Chef Nils Rowland creates custom desserts, cakes, and chocolates in Crème de la Cocoa – a pastry shop he owns with his wife — where the emphasis is on teamwork.