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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.
St. Augustine’s history is evident in the various architectural styles throughout the city. The gardens referenced here range from small home gardens planted by early residents to landscapes designed by architects. Visit these delightful gardens for a glimpse into the past of America’s Oldest City.
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.
Experience arts, culture, and heritage in outdoor locations throughout St. Augustine and St. Johns County!
A Family Fun Guide on how to spend three days in St. Augustine and St. Johns County with children!
Discover African-American history in the West King Neighborhood of St. Augustine, Florida – an emerging design district full of creative businesses.
Only in St. Augustine can you experience 450 years of history and multicultural influence in a charming coastal community. And when you visit St. Augustine, there’s no better place to stay than in a local bed & breakfast in the heart of the city’s historic district.
In St. Augustine’s historic district, south of the iconic Bridge of Lions, you’ll find some of the city’s best bed & breakfasts. Here you can enjoy the beauty and solitude of centuries-old, tree-lined streets, while staying just steps away from the area’s best museums, galleries, restaurants and more.
No stay on Florida’s Historic Coast would be complete without a visit to St. Augustine’s Lincolnville neighborhood. Steeped in the area’s rich culture and with proud roots in Black history, Lincolnville boasts some of St. Augustine’s best historic inns – Each a short walk from shops and restaurants, and inspired by the spirit of the neighborhood.
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.