Tours in Yulee

Running Tour of Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach for Two or Four from Peg Leg Running Tour (Up to 53% Off)

Peg Leg Running Tours

Fernandina Beach

Exercising and sightseeing combine with tours that lead visitors on a jog through the historic sights of Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach

$30 $15

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Historical Bike Tour for One or Two from e2ride bike tours (Up to 50% Off)

E2ride Bike Tours

Multiple Locations

Guides share sights and sounds as they lead groups through Riverside-Avondale, Olde Mandarin, or Venice-inspired San Marco

$64 $34

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$179 for a Romantic Sightseeing Flight for Two with Champagne from A-Cent Aviation ($359 Value)

A-Cent Aviation

Jacksonville

Couples sip champaign as they watch the sun set over the city and the beach from the windows of an airplane

$359 $179

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Half- or Full-Day Sapelo Island Tour for Two, Four, or Six from Stacey's Tours & Lodging (Up to 60% Off)

Stacey's Tours & Lodging

Stacey's Tours & Lodging

On half- or full-day excursions groups of up to six explore Sapelo Island where they can spot otters and alligators; snacks included

$100 $50

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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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Captain Jack's Ghosts & Graveyards Tour for Two or Four at The Pirate Store (Up to 52% Off)

The Pirate Store

St. Augustine

A costumed guide regales tour-goers with spine-tingling stories highlighting St. Augustine’s marauding past

$44 $22

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Dolphin-Safari Cruise for Two, Four, or Six from Jax Water Tours (Up to 50% Off)

Jax Water Tours

St. Augustine

Catch glimpses of dolphins, manatees, and birds native to the Florida coastline aboard a spacious pontoon boat

$78 $46

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$44 for a Historic Pub Crawl and Beer-Tasting Tour for Two from St. Augustine City Walks ($78 Value)

St. Augustine City Walks

Saint Augustine

Take in historic tales and old pub lore while learning about fine beers, wines, and sangria on St. Augustine City Walks' signature tour

$78 $44

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Haunted Pub Tours and Walking Tours from GhoSt Augustine (Up to 50% 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 $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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Ghost Walking-Tour for Two or Four at The American Spinners (50% Off)

The American Spinners

St. Augustine

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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St. Augustine Haunted Historical Tour for One, Two, or Four from Ancient City Tours (Up to 55% Off)

Ancient City Tours

Downtown St. Augustine

Storytellers lead tour-goers through their favorite haunts, such as cemeteries and the storied Love Tree Cottage

$15 $9

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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

St. Augustine

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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$17 for $30 Worth of Wine Tours — Royal Manor Meadery & Winery

Royal Manor Meadery & Winery

Interlachen

The customer is welcome to taste all of our wines and receive one 750 ml bottle of wine per deal.

$30 $17

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$198 for a Two-Hour Tomoka River Sightseeing Trip for Up to Six from The Good Life Charters ($330 Value)

The Good Life Charters

Ormond Beach

An experienced master captain ferries up to six people through the Tomoka River during a sightseeing trip on one of two custom-built boats

$330 $198

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Select Local Merchants

Sailing smoothly since its maiden voyage last fall, the 155-foot Jacks or Better Casino harbors more than 180 ticket-operated slot machines, which allow bettors to digitally select the stake of each spin (from $.01 to $25). Chomp chicken tenders ($5) or a hot dog ($3) and examine the table games found on deck, featuring blackjack, craps, roulette, three-card poker, and baccarat ($5 to $1,000 limits), or place a wager on the ship's virtual sportsbook, which supplies betting options for collegiate and professional contests across the globe.

1371 South Walnut Street
Starke,
FL
US

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.

24 Cathedral Place
St. Augustine,
FL
US

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.

170 San Marco Avenue
St. Augustine,
Florida
US

Standing still in a cloud of free-flying butterflies, exploring the depths of a limestone cave, and gazing at the 14-foot bones of a 16,000-year-old Columbian mammoth skeleton?visitors can do all of this in just one afternoon at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Since starting in 1891 as a professor?s teaching collection of fossils, minerals, and human anatomy models, the museum has transformed into the home of more than 40 million specimens, creating a library of life that features one of the world?s largest collections of butterflies and moths.

Reflecting the museum?s impressive collection of winged beauties, some of its exhibits focus on the butterflies and moths that, unlike humans, can survive long flights without eating a single package of peanuts. At the Butterfly Rainforest, more than 1,000 butterflies from 60 to 80 species take to the air among tropical trees, orchids, bromeliads, and waterfalls cascading into a pond that bustles with fish and turtles. Feeding stations with freshly cut fruit dot the 6,400-square-foot screened enclosure, letting guests get up close as the butterflies feast. Live butterfly releases daily at 2 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. let onlookers watch them fly into an outdoor butterfly rainforest, and among the indoor butterfly exhibits, curious audiences can peer into a rearing lab where staff unpack and sort newly arrived pupae.

Rounding out the museum?s focus on Floridian biosystems, the Northwest Florida: Waterways & Wildlife exhibit invites visitors to wander through a full-scale recreation of a hammock forest, and the South Florida exhibit takes guests down the peninsula with a mangrove boardwalk and a palm-thatched Calusa leader?s house. The museum's internationally acclaimed fossil collection includes highlights such as "shark jaw row," extinction dioramas, and full skeletal mounts and sculptures. Meanwhile, outside, petals unfurl in the wildflower and butterfly garden.

SW 34th St & Hull Rd
Gainesville,
FL
US

Fresh Spirit Adventures offers hiking and kayaking excursions in five tranquil locations: Lofton Creek, Eagans Creek, Edwards Creek, Eagans Greenway, and Cumberland Island. Expert guides lead participants through watery channels and wetlands abounding with birds, fish, and even the occasional dolphin.

463540 S.R. 200
Yulee,
FL
US

The Amelia Island Museum of History is the fortuitous result of circumstance. In 1975, a committee from the Duncan Lamont Clinch Historical Society gathered to found a history museum for Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island. Meanwhile, local collector William Decker was studiously acquiring historical documents and artifacts from the area?a lot whose pieces numbered in the thousands. When Decker died, the collection passed on to his son, a noted altruist, and just like that the Amelia Island Museum had its bones.

Today, the museum's exhibits examine local culture of the Timucua Native American tribe, Spanish and French explorers, pirates, and Victorian-era residents.

Museum guides are not restricted to the grounds, and often helm tours of the island's haunted locales, historic Centre Street, and Fernandina Beach's north end?with a focus on history from the mid-18th to 19th centuries.

233 S 3rd St
Fernandina Beach,
FL
US