Things to See and Do in St. Augustine:
If you are feeling very touristy, the trolley is a good way to see the city. The trolley stops at the most popular attractions downtown and has on and off privileges. Old Town Trolley Tours
First Friday art walk
: If you happen to be in town on the First Friday of each month, most local art galleries downtown participate in an art walk in which you can visit all the different galleries.
St. George Street: A walking only outdoor shopping district. There are all sorts of cute little shops.
Aviles Street: The USA’s oldest public street. They’ve rehabilitated it within the last few years, opening a number of galleries, restaurants, and shops on it.
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine: Gorgeous old church right next to St. George Street.
Castillo de San Marcos: Old Spanish fort, one of St. Augustine’s main attractions.
Mission of Nombre De Dios/Lady of La Leche Shrine: Worth it for the beautiful scenery.
Bayfront: a walk along the bayfront is still one of my favorite things to do in St. Augustine, especially in the evening. The Bridge of Lions is finally done being under construction after almost 10 years, so it’s particularly nice now.
: Different companies offer night tours of the “haunted” houses in St. Augustine. I would recommend the walking tour from the “Ghosts of St. Augustine” company. They’re significantly more “fun” than they are scary.
If it’s warm enough, the beach is fantastic!