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It is no secret that Florida is best known for its citrus industry, but did you know St. Johns County is home to Florida's Potato Capitol? To honor the harvest season, this blog outlines the rich history of the town of Hastings as it was a key player in the agricultural development of Florida's east coast and continues to produce and manufacture crops for the state.
From our distinct architecture to the sights, sounds and flavors you’ll find around the city, Hispanic heritage and cultural influence can be found around every corner in St. Augustine. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re celebrating a few of the city’s best artists.
From the Spanish Flu to COVID-19, Historic St. Augustine has always remained a safe place to travel. View a list of places to explore in St. Augustine.
Discover African-American history in the West King Neighborhood of St. Augustine, Florida – an emerging design district full of creative businesses.
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.
One of the best, and most easily missed, aspects of Florida’s Historic Coast is its stunning public art. From symbols of protest and revolution to gardens designed to relax and inspire, the sculptures you’ll find showcase the rich history and cultural influences in St. John’s County. Learn the stories behind the art.
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.
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.
With 450 years of culture come unique and timeless eateries. The culinary scene on Florida’s Historic Coast reflects its rich history and diverse landscape. Over the centuries, St. Augustine has been home to a diverse array of peoples – and they’ve all left their mark here