Top 10 Things to do in Saint Augustine Beach, Florida

St. Augustine Beach is a city in St. Johns County, Florida, United States. The population was 4,683 at the 2000 census. As of 2013, the population estimated by the U.S. Census Bureau was 6,592.

1. Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

1 S Castillo Dr, Saint Augustine Beach, St. Augustine, FL 32084-3252 Sights & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues, Castles, Historic Sites More
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4.5 based on 9852 reviews

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

Reviewed By BarcelonaBuffalo

Nice attraction conveniently located

An integral part of the historic section of St. Augustine and convenient landmark to keep your bearings. It happened to be inundated with school class trips the day we visited but managed to avoid them easily enough. Nicely maintained and documented, good

2. St. Augustine Beach

Saint Augustine Beach, St. Augustine, FL Outdoor Activities, Nature & Parks, Beaches
Excellent
71%
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4.5 based on 4209 reviews

St. Augustine Beach

Reviewed By JoelAvonCT - Avon, ConnecticutAvon, Connecticut

Dog Friendly Pristine Beach

An uncrowded pristine beach with white powdery sand. Dogs are welcomed on a leash. Wide sloping beach easily walkable.

3. Farmer's Market at St. Augustine Pier

350 A1A Beach Blvd, Saint Augustine Beach, St. Augustine, FL 32080-5944 Shopping, Flea & Street Markets
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4.5 based on 24 reviews

Farmer's Market at St. Augustine Pier

Reviewed By Duane H - St. Augustine, FloridaSt. Augustine, Florida

Great Fall event

Grab a pumpkin spice coffee and head over to the Saint Augustine Amp for the Saturday morning Farmers Market. Get there around 9 am to allow for all the vendors to get set up. The produce is fresh and reasonably priced. Find the cantaloupe lady and try a

4. St Augustine Tennis at Treaty Park

1595 Wildwood Dr, Saint Augustine Beach, St. Augustine, FL 32086-9005 Fun & Games, Sports Complexes
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5 based on 39 reviews

St Augustine Tennis at Treaty Park

Private tennis lessons at 1/2 the cost charged by private tennis clubs by Coach Vita and Coach Bobby. Coach Vita & Bobby each have 12 years of varied experience teaching kids and adults of all ages and levels. Both are certified as a "Professional" by both the USPTA and the PTR. Their best attributes are their patience and sense of humor. They do not teach tennis for the money but because they truly love helping their students live their dreams.Several years experience as Head Tennis Coach for Pedro Menendez Hugh School & Gamble Rogers Middle School. Coach Vita played Division 2 college singles and doubles and currently plays in USTA National Tournaments.

Reviewed By hv2 - St. Augustine, FloridaSt. Augustine, Florida

Amazing Coaches

Coach Bobby and Coach Vita are great coaches. My daughter has been working with them for several months. They have a true passion for tennis and go above and beyond simply coaching. They genuinely care about my daughter's success. Coach Bobby is constantl

5. Frank Butler County Park West

Riverside Boulevard, Saint Augustine Beach, St. Augustine, FL 32080 Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities, Beaches
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5 based on 10 reviews

Frank Butler County Park West

Reviewed By DisneyGeekMarietta - MariettaMarietta

Lovely beach

The beach had lots of shells. We loved how it got about knee deep and the we t up again before getting deeper. My children loved riding their boogie boards. I saw 2 dolphins. The water was chilly buy not too cold to swim in. We went on a Tuesday and it wa

6. Lakeside Park

2340 A1A S, Saint Augustine Beach, St. Augustine, FL 32080-2920 Nature & Parks
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4.5 based on 20 reviews

Lakeside Park

Reviewed By tamstampley - Cocoa, FloridaCocoa, Florida

Interesting Rock Sculptures

Just happened to drive past this park along the way to St Augustine lighthouse. It has some pretty cool rock sculptures and a nice park. It has a little boardwalk over the water so you can fish or just look over the lake.

7. OLD House

115 Cordova St, Saint Augustine Beach, St. Augustine, FL 32084-4413 Museums, Specialty Museums
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4 based on 82 reviews

OLD House

Reviewed By Bill M - Saint Augustine, FloridaSaint Augustine, Florida

Oldest House, a Favorite

In a city with literally dozens of significant historical sites, The Oldest House remains one of my favorites. It's not big; it's not fancy; it's not all even pretty (though the gardens are!). It's just real.They rotate special exhibitions. I have no way

8. SOS Antiques

74 San Marco Ave, Saint Augustine Beach, St. Augustine, FL 32084-3258 Shopping, Antique Stores
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5 based on 2 reviews

Reviewed By PVBtravelfriends - Atlanta, GeorgiaAtlanta, Georgia

SOS Antiques is the FIND in St. Augustine

When visiting St. Augustine I never miss the opportunity to stop by and see SOS Antiques shop. They offer shelves and shelves of nautical antiques. A glass case displays old coins, old jewelry, pipes, tools, silver and pottery antiques from ship wrecks. T

9. Excelsior Museum and Cultural Center

102 Martin Luther King Avenue, Excelsior School building, Saint Augustine Beach, St. Augustine, FL 32084 Museums, Specialty Museums
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4 based on 6 reviews

Excelsior Museum and Cultural Center

In the museum, visitors can browse the rich cultural heritage of the Lincolnville community. Sections are dedicated to historic black churches, activities of Martin Luther King, black historical and social societies, and various business entrepreneurs. On proud display is Kat Twine's Freedom Hat and and the delightfully dilapidated piano that Ray Charles played at the School for the Deaf and Blind.

Reviewed By KMD41 - Atlanta, GeorgiaAtlanta, Georgia

So much Potential; but they need funding

There is so much black history in St. Augustine and it is a bloody shame that the museum doesn't get the funding it sorely needs. Everyone was lovely and we did learn some very interesting things. We hope that the city will recognize the need and work wit

10. Picasso Art & Arena

St. Augustine Visitor Center, 10 W. Castillo Drive, Saint Augustine Beach, St. Augustine, FL Museums, Art Museums
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4 based on 3 reviews

Reviewed By frankierhea - Juneau, AlaskaJuneau, Alaska

small focus , big impact

If you love Picasso , this is a must see ! Small exhibit focused on his bullfighting artwork , docents are knowledgeable and not pushy, Very clean area , $10 for adults , can't beat that . ( well actually , yes you can if you are a teacher !) Great town w

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