Local Area Attractions
Wildlife from around the world can be found at the farm. Visit with the monkeys, birds, crocodiles, alligators and snakes.
A national archaeological park. This is North Americas first historical site the Ancient Indian Town Seloy. Here, Ponce de Leon came ashore to landmark and record for all time the first moment of your nation’s history - the discovery of North America. View: Landmark Cross-Spring, Explorer’s 100 year Globe, Navigators Planetarium, Christian Indian Burials, Timuncuan Indian Exhibit.
Climb to the top of the tower and view a breathtaking panorama of St. Augustine and the beaches.
Lightner Museum will take you and your family on a trip back in time. Relics of America’s Gilded Age are elegantly exhibited on the museum's three floors.
St Augustine Prime Factory Outlet Center.
Robert Ripley, the cartoonist, the explorer, the reporter, adventurer, illustrator, collector and seeker of the odd and unusual, is a man who lived a life that can only be summed up by the statement he himself created; “Believe It or Not!” His life’s work, his discoveries, his artistry, the tales he told and adventures he lived will forever be the foundation of all that Ripley Entertainment encompasses. Request by email more information at email@example.com
Tickets are sold at the KOA front desk. Ripley's Sightseeing Trains are St. Augustine's ORIGINAL sightseeing train tour. We have been showing off our city since 1953! Request by email more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
San Sebastian Winery, founded in 1996 is located at 157 King Street, St. Augustine, Florida in one of Henry Flagler’s old East Coast Railway buildings located just a few blocks from historic downtown. According to historians, this area is the birthplace of American wine, dating back to 1562.
Come onboard and sing along as the pirate crew sings songs of the sea, hear the story of St. Augustine's founding, listening to professional Pirate Actors tell the true stories of pirate and pirateer attacks, see the magic of Master Mayhem, family fun with plenty of games and entertainment for the children and much more.
Marineland opened in June of 1938 as Marine Studios – a facility designed for Hollywood film makers to create underwater footage for their movies. The founders, Douglas Burden, CV Whitney, and Count Ilia Tolstoy could never have predicted the excitement that this innovative “Oceanarium” would create among the general public. Never before have people had the opportunity to see marine life live and up close. From the day Marineland opened it has provided that opportunity to millions of curious guests.
Tickets sold at the front desk.