Read About St. Augustine, Florida. Visit the Nation’s Oldest City

St. Augustine, the nation's oldest city, also holds the distinction of being one of the nation's most charming. Whether you're a longtime resident or visiting the area for the first time, we've gathered all the resources you need to find where to stay, what to do and other community information about our unique little village.

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Road Closures March 30-April 5, 2019

2019-03-29T16:15:29-04:00March 29th, 2019|City Blog, Community, St. Augustine News, The Community, Traffic Reports|

Below is a list of road closures in St. Johns County for the week of March 30-April 5, 2019. Please note, closure is subject to change. If you are looking for information regarding ongoing construction projects and traffic impacts for March 30-April 5, 2019 please visit the Florida Department of Transportation's blog. The site is [...]

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Things to Do on St. George Street

2019-04-17T09:50:36-04:00March 25th, 2019|About OldCity, Attractions & Sightseeing, City Blog, Family Friendly, Food, Kid Friendly, The Community, Things to Do|

St. George Street in St. Augustine is a thoroughfare, pedestrian-only street lined with restaurants, shops, attractions, and immersed in history. Planning your day on St. George Street. Starting at the Old City Gate, you can walk St. George Street all the way to the Plaza de la Constitucion; although the pedestrian-only zone ends at [...]

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Brunch in St. Augustine, Florida

2019-12-17T14:31:59-05:00January 10th, 2019|City Blog, Food, Where to Eat|

When you think about St. Augustine, you imagine historical sites, beaches, and the arts. In fact, food may never even cross your mind. But, believe us, mediocre meals are far and few in between in the Nation’s Oldest City – and this goes double for brunch. Aren’t convinced? Try out these spots for brunch [...]

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Rainy Day Fun in St. Augustine

2020-07-17T15:48:48-04:00August 30th, 2018|About OldCity, Art, Culture & Music, Attractions & Sightseeing, City Blog, Shopping, The Community, What to Do|

When visitors travel to St. Augustine, they plan for beach days and touring the beautiful downtown. What happens when mother nature has other plans? Here are some suggestions for things to do when the weather in the Old City isn’t cooperating. Museums: TAG Museum Just what St. Augustine was missing, a fun, interactive, place for [...]

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For Absentee Homeowners: Coast Home Watch of St.A

2018-06-05T16:12:21-04:00January 17th, 2018|City Blog, The Community|

Are you often away from your St. Augustine property, or just leaving town for a week or two? Have you wasted time trying to coordinate things from afar, or worried about what’s happening at your home while you’re not there? Or maybe you live out of state and are building or remodeling in the area [...]

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in St. Augustine

2019-01-21T17:02:08-05:00January 2nd, 2018|City Blog, History & Heritage|

St. Augustine has an extensive history which is evident through the forts, monuments, and dozens of museums that display artifacts of its past. However, not too long ago, the ancient city made national history and headlines. Events in the months leading to the Civil Rights Act (passed in 1964,) would shape the world as [...]

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Dunkin’ Donuts – Support Local

2018-06-05T16:12:45-04:00December 6th, 2017|City Blog, The Community|

Dunkin' Donuts in St. John's County Many of St. Augustine’s local businesses are corner joints selling homemade datil jam and one-of-a-kind shell necklaces. However, locally owned shops come in a variety of sizes and colors – like orange and pink. For example, Dunkin’ Donuts. The county’s delicious coffee shops are owned and operated by no [...]

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