High Tide Gallery

High Tide Gallery
High Tide Gallery represents about 30 local professional St. Augustine area artists in many mediums – from original paintings, ocean-themed stained glass, seaglass and tatting jewelry, coastal pottery, gorgeous oyster shell home decor & more!
Join High Tide between 5-9PM for the monthly “First Friday Artwalk” (rain or shine). In business 15 years.

LOCATION

High Tide Gallery

850 Anastasia Blvd., Lighthouse Plaza, St. Augustine, FL 32080

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Accessibility Information

High Tide Gallery is fully wheelchair-accessible and stroller-accessible. Located next door to a healthy-eating cafe.

PARKING INFO

Parking for Lighthouse Plaza is free and readily available in 3 locations - in front of the shops, in designated outlines spaces along the east side of Anastasia Blvd. in front of the shopping center, and also behind the shops in grassy areas belonging to the property.

There is a covered "Breezeway" along the north side of Creative Juices Cafe that easily accesses High Tide Gallery from the parking area behind the light blue building housing both businesses.

PUBLIC HOURS

High Tide Gallery has public hours from 10am-3pm Monday-Saturdays and is open longer on some days where gallery artists volunteer as "docents."

PUBLIC ADMISSION FEES

Free entry to shop and tour this gallery boutique of local and gifts.

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