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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Songwriters Festival

2019-10-29T10:44:06-05:00October 18th, 2019|Culture & Music, Family Friendly, Special Events, St. Augustine Festivals, Things to Do|

Typically takes place in October, 2020 dates TBA. Date: October 25-27, 2019 Time: Times vary Location: Locations vary Website: Songwriters Festival About the Songwriters Festival Just like the Sunshine State, the Songwriters Festival is the kind of event that warms your soul. From throwback hits that your parents jammed out to, to your favorite [...]

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Greek Festival

2019-10-29T10:44:17-05:00October 7th, 2019|Community, Family Friendly, Food, History & Heritage, Special Events, St. Augustine Festivals, Things to Do|

About the St. Augustine Greek Festival Typically takes place in October, 2020 dates TBA. Date: October 11-13, 2019 Time: Various Times Location: Francis Field Website: St. Augustine Greek Festival During the Greek Festival, you can count on totally immersing yourself in Greek culture which includes performances by a famous, international international Greek band, dance [...]

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Museums in St. Augustine

2019-07-24T10:48:01-05:00July 24th, 2019|About OldCity, Art, City Blog, Family Friendly, History & Heritage, Kid Friendly, Things to Do|

Exploring museums in St. Augustine will keep you busy for days. Museums in St. Augustine provide a variety of history and culture, heritage, music and art, and even oddities. While museums like the Pirate & Treasure Museum dabble in the city’s era of pirates, other’s like the World Golf Hall of Fame Museum focus [...]

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Sing Out Loud Festival

2019-10-18T15:12:14-05:00June 21st, 2019|Art, Culture & Music, Culture & Music, Family Friendly, Night Life, Special Events, St. Augustine Festivals, The Community, Things to Do|

About the Sing Out Loud FestivalTypically takes place in September, 2020 dates TBA.Date: September 6-29, 2019Time: Various times.Location: Various locations.Website: www.singoutloudfestival.comThe Sing Out Loud Festival is a popular music festival in St. Augustine. It features two dozen bands or solo artists who perform concerts at multiple venues. The festival lasts three weeks and performances are [...]

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St. Augustine Music Festival

2019-10-31T16:55:46-05:00May 21st, 2019|Art, Culture & Music, Culture & Music, Family Friendly, St. Augustine Festivals, Things to Do|

About the St. Augustine Music Festival Date: June 18-20, & 25-27, 2020 Time: Times vary. Location: St. Augustine Cathedral Basilica Website: St. Augustine Music Festival Photography by Tim Savage The St. Augustine Music Festival was founded in 2007 by Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra members Jorge A. Peña and Jin Kim-Peña. It aims to [...]

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Things to Do on St. George Street

2019-04-17T09:50:36-05:00March 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 [...]