Explore the best of St Augustine on this narrated Old Town trolley tour. See more than 100 points of interest such as the Old Jail, Flagler College, and Spanish Colonial neighborhoods. Discover more about America’s oldest city, founded in 1565 by Pedro Menendez de Aviles, from your friendly and informative conductor who shares interesting narration about St. Augustine's history.
St. Augustine’s original “frightseeing” tour is an evening of fear and fun. Board Ghosts and Gravestones' Trolley of the Doomed for a spooky ride through St. Augustine's sinister past. Listen to stories of the ghosts and ghouls believed to still wander the streets of the town as you pass haunted hot spots. Expect a tour so scary, it should come with a warning.
Discover a new perspective on St. Augustine—and enjoy a relaxing trip out on the water—on this sightseeing boat tour. Pick from multiple start times, head to the marina, and hop aboard. You’ll see highlights like the Bridge of Lions, Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, and National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche; can spot wildlife like dolphins; and will learn the stories behind the sights from your captain’s narration.
See St. Augustine from a new perspective with this leisurely sunset cruise. Climb aboard a boat for a scenic cruise including views of Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, the Bridge of Lions, and the St. Augustine Lighthouse. Sip beer or wine from the on-board bar with the Osprey, 21 and older option, or select the Island Breeze option for a family-friendly experience.
Ideal for families, this ghost tour of St. Augustine’s spookiest sites combines light-hearted fun with spine-tingling tales of the city’s past. Alongside a costumed guide, you visit cemeteries, the ground of the Old Fort, and other haunted locations to discover the little-known legends that surround the romantic venue. This small-group tour is limited in order to maintain an atmosphere suitable for the ghost walk.
Explore the freshwater tributaries along the scenic St. Johns River on a thrilling airboat ride that skims through a maze of shallow waterways. Watch for alligators, manatees, birds, and snakes as you speed through the watery Florida landscape, and learn the story of an infamous pirate ship that sank in the St. Johns River. This St. Johns River airboat tour includes personal headsets, so you won't miss a word of the captain's fun and informative commentary.
Get close to the unique wildlife living just off the shores of St. Augustine during this on-water adventure tour. Choose between a kayak or a paddle board, slip on a life vest, and head out onto the water with a guide. As you paddle around the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Anastasia State Park, you may encounter dolphins, sea turtles, and the West Indian manatee.
This relaxing cruise is great for nature lovers, families, or those who simply enjoy being out on the water. Cruise the Intracoastal Waterway—an inland waterway that runs parallel to the coastline—for a calm ride exploring St. Augustine’s estuaries. Keep your eyes peeled for marine life such as dolphins, manatees, sea turtles, pelicans, osprey, and spoonbill. Along the way, you’ll spot landmarks including the Bridge of Lions, Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine Lighthouse, and more.
Some claim St. Augustine is one of the oldest cities in the US, but unless you see its sights and hear its history, you may not understand or agree. This St. Augustine Boat and Golf Cart Combo Tour lets you see main landmarks of the city by both land and water, for a well-rounded introduction. First, go on a boat tour, and then cruise the city in a golf cart.
Sunset is one the most beautiful times of day and many people like to take cruises to see sights from the water when the sun goes down. Kick up the fun with this St. Augustine Sunset Booze Cruise that allows you to see the sights at sunset and enjoy some drinks on the water, too. This cruise has room for up to 24 passengers and takes place in a unique cycle boat.
If you’ve got an appetite for experiencing the best food and wine St. Augustine has to offer, then grab a bib and a comfortable pair of walking shoes for this unique foodie tour. Corks and Forks is a food and wine pairing tour that’ll introduce you to the tasty side of America’s Oldest City. Sample local cuisine and delicious wine while strolling through the Historic District.
The coastal town of St Augustine is renowned as the oldest European settlement in the United States. On this private tour, benefit from the undivided attention of your guide and enjoy a tour itinerary tailored to your group’s interests. Traveling by electric vehicle, visit areas normally only accessible on foot, stop at historic landmarks and churches, and hop off to take photos.
St. Augustine is one of the oldest cities in the United States and is a spectacular sight when viewed from the water. Get a glimpse of the city’s historic district and surrounding area during this sunset boat tour. You’ll cruise around the banks of downtown St. Augustine, gazing at sites like the Bridge of Lions and the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument. You’ll also venture into the St. Augustine Inlet and see St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum.
Sail along St. Augustine’s picturesque coastline—and indulge in a number of generous wine samples—during this two-in-one tour. Make your own way to the dock, hop aboard the pontoon boat, and get comfortable: as you set off, you’ll see landmarks like the Castillo de San Marcos, the Bridge of Lions, and more. You’ll also taste six different wines, and will have access to the on-board bar.
If you're into all things creepy and spooky, this 'beyond the grave' tour of St. Augustine is ideal for you. You'll be taken to a number of locations of interest to the Savannah Ghost Research Society. These include cemeteries and buildings where ghosts have been sighted and paranormal activity recorded. Your guide will dig beneath the urban legends in an attempt to uncover the true stories that lie within.
Have only a short amount of time to explore St. Augustine? Beat the crowds—and see most of the city's top highlights—all in one tour when you travel by private, open-air electric vehicle. Meet your guide at your hotel or downtown, and hop aboard. You'll see highlights like the Mission Nombre de Dios, Castillo de San Marcos, and Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, and will learn all about the city's history.
Want to eat out during your trip to St. Augustine, but not sure where to go? Get acquainted with the city’s wine and food scene during this St. Augustine Food, Wine, and Cocktail Tour. Go to some of the most popular spots in the city to grab a bite or an alcoholic beverage in the afternoon, one of the best times to explore, with a guide who knows the city’s history well.
History buffs will love this unique historical walking tour through St. Augustine’s historic district. Your guide will cover the history of the city from its founding all the way up through the early 1900s. The tour covers nearly two-miles of ground, taking you from the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument to Flagler College and the Tolomato Cemetery. Bring comfortable shoes, bottled water, and a thirst for knowledge.
A delicious tour of America’s Oldest City awaits you on this chauffeured food and wine tour through St. Augustine. This auto-adventure whisks you through the streets of St. Augustine’s historic district in an open-air electric vehicle, stopping at some of the guide’s favorite dining venues. Local cuisine paired with tasty wines await your taste buds. As you ride along the streets, pass Flagler College, the Huguenot Cemetery and other historical landmarks.
Many ghost tours add a lot of maybe-it-could-have-happened kind of talk, but this St. Augustine Haunted History Ghost Tour is led by a straight-shooting paranormal investigator. You’ll visit spooky sites in the city like Huguenot Cemetery, Tolomato Cemetery, and St. George Street, and hear about true tales from St. Augustine’s haunted past. Plus, your guide teaches you about devices, methods, and techniques used in paranormal investigation.
Many people don’t know that St. Augustine was founded in 1565, making its history rich and colorful. This St. Augustine Cemeteries Walking Tour takes you to some of the oldest city sites to learn about the city’s past. See Tolomato Cemetery, Huguenot Cemetery, the Oldest Wooden School House, Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, and Potter’s Wax Museum.
Combine two types of tours of St. Augustine into one tour, and get more from your time. This St. Augustine's Chocolate and Sweets Tour combines chocolate, pralines, and other sweet-food tastings with a rundown of the city's historic district. Pass by the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine and the Governor's House Cultural Center and Museum while hearing about the area's past from your guide.
The Original Haunted Pub Tour takes a group of adventurous and fun loving pub crawlers on a quest to seek out and befriend the liquid and non-liquid spirits at the towns most haunted pubs. Each night is a unique masterpiece not to be missed. The only thing that remains the same is that we have a great time while enjoying the company with new friends - some that join us night after night after night... So, don't hesitate, sign up to tour with the most experienced and best company - GhoSt Augustine! We started the pub tours in St. Augustine back in 2002 and the fun has never stopped. Are you one of the chosen few to join us on this legendary tour tonight? If you are, just be prepared, tonight you will be Face to Face with the Spirits!
We would welcome an opportunity to host you and your guest aboard our luxury sailing yachts. Our staff and captains are friendly and eager to assist in making your experience a wonder memory.
This 2-hour sail gives passengers a chance to make new memories on the sea. Our cruise is perfect for all water-lovers: families, couples, and friends. Some guests enjoy interacting with the USCG licensed Captain, learn a little about sailing, or take the helm. Others relax and enjoy the trip.
No matter your preference, this cruise will be a highlight of your vacation.
Search experiences that may have limited interaction with crowds.
Search experiences with increased health and safety practices.