We all know St. Augustine for its beautiful sights. But you can experience the city from a different perspective to hear, taste, touch and smell the vibrant arts and culture here.
- Coffee grinding at The Kookaburra
- The clip clop of horse-drawn carriages over historic brick streets
- Lively music flowing from venues along pedestrian St. George Street
- Cannon fire at the Castillo de San Marcos
- Living history re-enactors conversing with visitors
- Antique mechanical instrument demonstrations at the Lightner Museum
- The shake of cocktails at vintage-inspired Ice Plant Bar
- Amazing desserts and hand-painted chocolates at
Crème de La Cocoa
- Warm vanilla and toffee notes of St.
Augustine Distillery Florida Cask Bourbon
- The spicy sweetness of local datil
peppers in Moroccan clam chowder at Catch 27
- Local produce at amazing Farm-to-Table
restaurants such as Preserved, The Floridian, Collage, Black Fly, Llama, Ice
Plant and Michael’s Restaurant.
- Braille markers with tactile graphics of sculptures along the TOUCH Braille Trail by the St. Augustine Art Association
- Rough coquina of the Old City Gates — St. Augustine’s building material of choice in the 17th century
- The carvings on the interior walls of the Castillo de San Marcos
- Cut glass works at the Lightner Museum
- The scent of priceless oriental rugs and history at Villa Zorayda Museum
- Incense at the historic Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine
- Sweet and malty barley mash at Dog Rose Brewing and other local breweries
- Salty ocean air at Vilano Beach and The Reef Restaurant
View more travel itineraries and tips at www.historiccoastculture.com/itineraries.
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