Sightseeing in Palm Coast


Nights of Lights Cruise for Two, Four, or Six on a Friday–Sunday or Monday–Thursday (Up to 50% Off)

Jax Water Tours

St. Augustine

See St. Augustine twinkle with millions of tiny white lights from the water on a one-hour twilight cruise aboard a 14-passenger pontoon boat

$98 $59

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History, Mystery, Mayhem & Murder Walking Tour or Creepy Pub Crawl from St. Augustine City Walks (50% Off)

St. Augustine City Walks

Historic Downtown

History tour explores the sinister side of St. Augustine; haunted pub crawl includes a paranormal investigation

$30 $15

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Visit for Two or Four to Lightner Museum (Up to 55% Off)

Lightner Museum

Lightner Museum

Three-story Victorian-era hotel now houses Victorian-era art and artifacts, such as Tiffany lamp and gilded rocking chair

$20 $10

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St. Augustine Creepy Pub Crawl or History, Mystery, Mayhem & Murder Walking Tour for Two from City Walks (50% Off)

City Walks

St Augustine City Walks

Walking tours explore local pubs or haunted streets as guides reveal spine-tingling historical facts and local lore

$26 $13

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Haunted Walking Tour for Two or Four from Ghost Tours of St. Augustine (Up to 53% Off)

Ghost Tours of St. Augustine

Historic District

Accompanied only by lantern light, tours are led by licensed professional guide, last approximately 75 minutes, and depart daily at 8 p.m.

$30 $15

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$159 for a Porpoise Point and Old Downtown Helicopter Tour from Old City Helicopters ($270 Value)

Old City Helicopters

St. Augustine Airport

Pilots fly over historic structures such as the Castillo de San Marcos and the buildings of Old Downtown set against glittering beaches

$270 $159

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$30 for a Two-Hour Off The Beaten Path Photography Walking Tour from ShutterGuide ($49 Value)

ShutterGuide

KookaBurra Coffee

Lead by professional photographer and licensed city tour guide, this 2-hour walking tour shows guests St. Augustine’s hidden scenic gems

$49 $30

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Ghost Boat Tour for One, Two, or Four at Captain Jack's Ghost Tours (Up to 55% Off)

Captain Jack's Ghost Tours

Captain Jack's Ghost Boat Tours

Tour-goers explore the spooky waters of Matanzas Bay aboard a decommissioned Navy boat, with heaters onboard and complimentary hot chocolate

$39.95 $19

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Ghost Walking-Tour for Two or Four at The American Spinners (50% Off)

The American Spinners

The American Spinners

Tour guides weave spell-binding tales of intrigue, death, and ghostly apparitions during 90-minute jaunt through the 450-year-old city

$30 $15

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Haunted Pub Tours and Walking Tours from GhoSt Augustine (Up to 60% Off). Seven Options Available.

GhoSt Augustine

Saint Augustine

Tour groups visit four local pubs, as they hear stories about hauntings and keep an eye on the guide’s EMF meter

$20 $11

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  • St Augustine City Walks
    St. Augustine City Walks began with a signature pub tour, and has since branched out to include exploratory walking tours. Steeped in cultural heritage and historical preservation, the tours delve deep into Saint Augustine?s past and present, exploring topics such as the city?s savory cuisine, local chocolatiers, and historical pubs and taverns. Lanterns cast shadows on streets as guides lead groups on City Walks? History, Mystery, Mayhem & Murder tour, while lighter tours include a Bachelorette Crawl and a walk through the Plaza da la Constituci?n.
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    4 Granada St.
    St. Augustine, FL US
  • ShutterGuide
    Though they're certainly adept at standing still, buildings and monuments present their own set of challenges for people trying to take pictures of them. To surmount these complications, the professional photographers at ShutterGuide set out on two-hour walking tours, teaching groups how to best frame the landmarks on their route. For each site, they demonstrate a different camera technique that suits the landscape, such as adjusting the composition or keeping photo-bombing statues out of the frame. Guests can capture snapshots with nearly any type of lens?even the one on their smartphone. The tours cover photography topics from lighting to metering and depth of field, but they're also a lesson in history. During the walk, guides dole out trivia on the city's past. They take a maximum of eight people in every group and accommodate aspiring shutterbugs of all skill levels.
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    24 Cathedral Pl.
    St. Augustine, FL US
  • Ripley Entertainment
    Ripley's Red Train Tours range from daily explorations of the city to nightly supernatural adventures. Guests can get on and off the open-air Red Train Trolley anytime from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. as it stops at spots including San Sebastian Winery, Mission Nombre de Dios, and the oldest house. Alternately, they can embark on a Ghost Train Adventure to explore the city at night armed with an EMF Ghost-Meter. Other tours include seasonal Sunset Tours that take advantage of the long days of summer, the bay front’s cooler temperatures, and a recent peace treaty signed by the mayor of St. Augustine and the local merfolk. There are also Black History Tours that showcase local spots that were important in the Civil Rights Movement, including Zora Neale Hurston’s former residence and the site of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1964 arrest.
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    170 San Marco Avenue
    St. Augustine, Florida US
  • St Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum
    This shrine to pillaging and plundering greets guests with interactive displays of more than 800 items, including rare and authentic pirate artifacts dating back more than 300 years. Visitors can stop in and see artifacts such as Captain Thomas Tew's 17th-century treasure chest, which the museum boasts is the only authentic pirate treasure chest in the world, or view one of the only two authentic Jolly Roger flags left in existence. Aspiring buccaneers can view the journal of Captain Kidd's final voyage aboard the HMS Advice, a diary kept by Lieutenant Thomas Longish documenting the ship's log and the precise number of extraterrestrials spotted at sea. Pat Croce, a physical therapist, entrepreneur, and former president of the Philadelphia 76ers, opened the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum to share his passion for pirates with the public. This buccaneer's trove of treasures stands within easy walking distance to the historic homes and shopping along St. George Street.
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    12 S Castillo Dr
    Saint Augustine, FL US
  • St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum
    The St. Augustine Lighthouse has been keeping its luminous eye on the Atlantic’s endless horizon since 1874. In the 130 years since, the tower of Alabama brick and Philadelphia iron has served as the home of light keepers, a beacon to sailors, and a target of arson, eventually benefiting from a 15-year restoration project that commenced in 1980. Today, a staff of historians and protectors is eager to share the rich history of the nation's oldest port, not only through education and preservation but also by letting guests explore. Visitors can scale the 165-foot, black-and-white lighthouse's 219 steps to the bright-red observation deck to catch breathtaking views of St. Augustine and spot gangs of dolphins making trouble by the shore. Lens-room tours allow up-close access to the regularly off-limits Fresnel lens, built in 1873, which weighs 2,000 pounds and shepherds ships with a light that radiates for 25 miles on a clear night. The clink of champagne glasses adds an element of glamour to Sunset Moonrise events, whereas Dark of the Moon tours let guests in after-hours to hear the tales of paranormal activity that earned the lighthouse a feature on Ghost Hunters.
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    100 Red Cox Road
    St. Augustine, FL US
  • Lightner Museum
    With an in-depth collection of Victorian-era art and artifacts, Lightner Museum could find no better setting to house its works than the former Alcazar Hotel, built in 1887. Relics cover three floors of the intricately architected building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designed in Spanish-Renaissance style by the visionaries behind the New York Public Library. Inside the magnificent lobby, whitewashed pillars connect high ceilings bordered by intricate plastered molds with amaranthine-hued mosaic floors. Wander into the Science and Industry room for views of a taxidermied crocodile suspended from the ceiling, mingling among cases filled with statuettes and antique globes. Moving into neighboring galleries, a carved and gilded neoclassical rocking chair and colorful, mosaic-like Louis Comfort Tiffany lamps provide insight into the daily lives of Victorian citizens. Other 19th-century paintings and statues showcase the era's artistic inspiration as well as its curious fashions, such as wearing Santa Claus hats year-round.
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    75 King St
    St Augustine, FL US
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