Discover Anastasia Island, the St. Augustine Lighthouse & More
Anastasia Island is a seaside destination known for its breathtaking natural landscapes and laid-back quirky beach charm. Explore the island’s unique historical landmarks like Fort Matanzas National Monument, museums like the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, restaurants, artist galleries and more.
Anastasia Island is known for its gorgeous natural landscapes and state-of-the-art performing arts venue. Visit one or all for a laid-back visit.
The Amp – St. Augustine Amphitheatr
The 4,000-seat St. Augustine Amphitheater is located in the beautiful Anastasia State Park, where it hosts world-renowned musicians, events, farmers markets and night markets.
St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum
The iconic St. Augustine Lighthouse has protected Florida shores and seafarers since 1874. See the tower from sea level or climb up to see the breathtaking sights of St. Augustine from above. An educational museum explores lighthouse history and shipwreck archeology.
St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park
For a family-fun trip, visit the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park for a day packed with wildlife shows, zip lining, and exotic animals. The Alligator Farm is the only place in the world where you can see every living crocodilian species!
Fort Matanzas National Monument and Barrier Islands
Fort Matanzas National Monument preserves the fortified coquina watchtower, completed in 1742, which defended the southern approach to the Spanish military settlement of St. Augustine. The colonial wars are over, but Fort Matanzas still stands guard — including its wild barrier island!
TRAVEL TIP: Take in the views by the water – via the free ferry ride to explore the fort or by paddleboard.