3 Fun Things To Do During The Summer In St. Augustine
St. Augustine, known as the Nation’s Oldest City, is filled with historical attractions, entertaining night life, and beautiful natural landscapes. Visitors from all over discover the many reasons why St. Augustine is a unique coastal destination, perfect for families, retirees, and small groups of friends. We’ve gathered a few of our favorite activities that are the perfect way to enjoy summer.
Spend the day at The St. Augustine Alligator Farm where guests can see all species of crocodile as well as the Florida native, the American Alligator. Have a front-row seat as you watch alligator feedings and learn about local reptiles and birds. Afterward, take a short drive across A1A and climb 219 steps to the top of the St. Augustine Lighthouse for the best view of St. Augustine & Anastasia Island.
Adult Dining Experiences
Take a delicious tour of the St. Augustine Distillery and sample locally crafted spirits that you can have bottled up and brought home! Head upstairs to the Ice Plant Restaurant where you enjoy more distillery mixed drinks, paired with a gourmet, locally-sourced meal. Is your preference beer? Sample the best beers from local breweries, such as Dog Rose Brewery and Ancient City Brewing.
Stroll along the Historic Bayfront on any given night and you’re bound to hear a local musician strumming a guitar outside on a covered patio. Step inside one of the only gastro lounges in town, Prohibition Kitchen, and dance the night away to a local jazz or rock band. Don’t miss your favorite national and international musicians at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, a covered outdoor venue that has been visited by John Legend, Ringo Starr, and more!
Plan Your Summer Getaway