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St. Augustine Beach and Old Downtown Helicopter Tour
"You'll enjoy a bird's eye view of such landmarks as the St. Augustine Lighthouse the Bridge of Lions the Castillo de San Marcos Flagler College and the Nombre de Dios Mission before swinging west around the south side of town and north to capture spectacular views of the Old Downtown against the beautiful Florida coastline.Please note St. Augustine is approx. 98 miles from Orlando. Flight"""On this survey of downtown St. Augustine via Helicopter
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"St. Augustine
"From there you will cross the St. Augustine inlet to Anastasia Island to catch a bird's eye view of the St. Augustine Lighthouse the Bridge of Lions the Castillo de San Marcos Flagler College and the Nombre de Dios Mission before swinging west around the south side of town and back north to capture spectacular views of the Old Downtown set against the beaches of St. Augustine.Flight distance is 15 miles."
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Discover St Augustine: Attractions Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off
"On your visit to St Augustine take some time to learn the history of the oldest European-settled city in the United States. There are several ways to experience this historic city -- visit the Old Jail experience the Oldest Store museum explore the history museum and see the city via the Old Town hop-on hop-off trolley. It's a great way to see all that St Augustine has to offer.Old Jail: Built in 1890 by Henry Flagler the Old Jail of St Augustine is one of the oldest of its kind and despite being renovated maintains its original feel. It’s a perfect choice for families as actors dressed in time-period outfits take you back to the time when this was a maximum-security prison.St Augustine History Museum: Get a look into St Augustine's past at the history museum! With dozens of artifacts dating back centuries
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Old City

It really is impossible to see all St. Aug has to offer in a day or two. If that is all the time you are able to visit then plan a return visit... the city will definately call you back! The months...
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Lightner Museum

LIGHTNER MUSEUM Has exhibits of natural history...American, European, & Oriental art, a Victorian Village, tiffany glass and one of the largest collections of American cut crystal. Was originally a...
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Castillo de San Marcos

The fort was my favorite thing, probably because it was the only thing that we saw! Definately need to get back to Florida to see more of it. I don't know if this is a fondest memory, but the drive...
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Flagler College

FLAGLER COLLEGE Was once the old Ponce de Leon Hotel built in 1885-1888, established by Henry M. Flagler, co-founder of Standard Oil (Sunoco). Flagler is responsible for turning St. Augustine into a...
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Boating

Some local pickups sport bumper stickers saying "St. Augustine-A quaint little drinking village with a fishing problem." It is, in fact the port for a large shrimping fleet. Charters for ocean fishing...
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Beaches or Waterfront

Take A1A North to Ponte Vedra Beach and visit my Mom and dad. On the beach you can find sharks teeth by the cup full. well, maybe the teaspoon full! The beach in Ponte Vedra Beach is mostly ground up...
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Visitor Center

Visitor Center is large and right next to the multi level garage parking. it seems to be the convenient place to get all information needed. The racks of literature are stacked high and the docents...
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DOWNTOWN VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER

Need some information on what to see or do in St. Augustine, why not visit the DOWNTOWN VISITOR INFORMATION CENTER. I popped in to see what they had in brochures and was not disappointed. The folks...
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play with tiny crabs

along the rivers and beachs you will find all kinds of wildlife. There are hundreds of tiny stone crabs thats run along the beach, but try to approach them and they hurry into there tiny holes in the...
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Aerial view of King Street, looking east

The Bridge of Lions across the Matanzas River is at the very top of this picture. King Street runs through the West St. Augustine community, across U.S. 1, and into downtown. The bridge that you see...
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Visitor Information Center

The Downtown Visitor Information Center is located at the West side of the Plaza. The big Information center is at the North-side of the village at the right side of the San Marco Avenue.
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Elegance in poured concrete.

Ah poured concrete the answer to all Flagler’s fondest dreams. St. Augustine is the oldest continually occupied European type city in the United States. It was founded in 1567 by the Spanish –burned ,...
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St Augustine is for lovers

The laid back causal attitude of the town. Shopping is fun, just leave the charge cards at home. lol. The lighthouse was also very interesting to see. The people at the lighthouse are dressed in...
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GONE WITH THE WIND

Take a trolley tour to see the city. The tour starts at the visitor center. It travels through town at designated stops and pick-up points. You can get on and off at your own pace. One can opt to...
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32 Avenida Menendez, Saint Augustine, Florida, 32084, United States
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95 Cordova Street, Saint Augustine, Florida, 32084, United States
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2300 State Road 16, Saint Augustine, Florida, 32084, United States
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2800 N Ponce de Leon Boulevard, (formerly Days Inn), Saint Augustine, Florida, 32084, United States
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95 Vilano Rd, Saint Augustine, Florida, 32084, United States
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1302 N Ponce De Leon Blvd, Saint Augustine, FL 320
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Top Things to Do in Saint Augustine

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Historic District

Beginning at the Old City Gates and stretching for several blocks, St. George Street is the very popular heart of St. Augustine's historic Old Town. Pedestrian-only, except for some street crossings,...
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Castillo de San Marcos

The Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest masonry fort in the USA. Work started in 1672 and was completed 23 years later in 1695. It is made of a locally quarried material called Coquina. Coquina stone...
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Lightner Museum

I have not been to this museum since 1954 when I went with my parents. At that time, my dad mostly took photos of the buttons that were displayed because my grandmother collected buttons. The usual...
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Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse

the gonzalez-alverez house is the oldest spanish colonial dwelling in florida. the site has been occupied since the 1600's and the present structure was built in the early 1700's. the gonzalez-alverez...
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Lighthouse and Museum

The Saint Augustine Lighthouse and Museum is open daily from 9AM - 6PM. After climbing the 219 steps you have a great view over Saint Augustine and the sea. Admission: $12.95 (adult) More pictures...
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Flagler College

Henry Morrison Flagler's wife, Mary, had always struggled with health problems, became very ill. She and Flagler visited Jacksonville, Florida for the winter. Unfortunately, Mary did not recover. She...
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Katmosphere

"Saint Augustine"
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shohman

"St Augustine"
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frankcanfly

"Oldest US City"
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doug48

"saint augustine"
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Shihar

"My Favorite thing about Florida.. St. Augustine!"
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