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St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park
#9 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Awesome display of different species of alligators and crocs as well as many bird species and a nice little playground for the kids (we had our 2 grandsons with us).
The Alligator Farm is a great place to take family, kids or grandkids, visitors or just yourself.The fame is engaged in some serious research on preserving species including alligators,.crocodiles,
St. Augustine Beach Saint Augustine Beach
#6 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Love area history beach foodie delight a must go beach w family love pier market and downtown is so quaint
St. Augustine Beach is a fun family location, great beaches, opportunities for surfing, kayaking, and nature walks.
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Castillo de San Marcos National Monument Saint Augustine Beach
#11 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Our fabulous family tour guides gave us a comprehensive tour of St Augustine, FL which included a visit to Castillo de San Marcos National Monument.
Kids loved it very clean and very well organized workers were very knowledgeable of the artifacts the history is incredible
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St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum
#14 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Wonderful place for familys very educational and informative will be visiting again kids enjoyed it very much to my surprise i enjoyed the tour with capt mayham very enjoyable experience
I highly recommend the tour with Captain Mayhem.....Very informative and fun!... fun for kids and adults both!
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Anastasia State Park
#13 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
This place is a gem! Highly recommended for couples, families, or small groups.
... we visited Anastasia Island on our second trip in July I have to say the beach was amazing on our way out leaving that day we saw several Turtles on the side of the road great place for kids to enjoy the beach
St. Augustine Wild Reserve
#1 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
The volunteers who give the tours are Awesome (yes all volunteers!) very informative it’s great for kids too!
Deborah is assisted by a team of very knowledgeable volunteers who take care of these animals as though they were their own children.
Fort Matanzas National Monument
#19 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Perfect for singles, families, and couples this National Monument is free (although donations greatly appreciated).
Excellent Site For Quick Family Fun
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Vilano Beach Vilano Beach
#26 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Beautiful and clean beach, plenty of parking spaces, a must see for adults and children alike, very much enjoyed out visit!
Wonderful family beach with gentle slope, gentle waves, lots of open sand, restrooms.
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Mission of Nombre de Dios
#10 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
You can feel the holy atmosphere as you reverently enter the grounds to see very old headstones, religious statues (including a sweet one of Jesus and the children), and the charming chapel.
The chapel and statue of Our Lady as a nursing mother evoke enriched meaning of the Holy Family.
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Fort Menendez at the Old Florida Museum
#30 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
As a certified tour guide for the city of Saint Augustine I always love bringing my kids that come to St. Augustine for their Florida history field trips.
My whole family enjoyed this little adventure!! Everyone was involved and off their phones during the entire visit!!
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Colonial Quarter
#23 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Great so the kids should visit the tour was wonderful it's nice going back in time and seeing how they used to live in the early days wish the weather was a little bit better but you can have it all I recommend to...
Both my husband and I had a great learning experience with Chad he was very informative and had a sense of humor and alot of family history told on his part which you could tell he enjoyed his part very much.
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The St. Augustine Amphitheater
#15 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Very family friendly and there are free movies from time to time.
Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park
#32 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
My kids loved the cannon firing and the firearms display but also had a blast practicing knot-tying at the maritime display and sifting for artifacts at the archaeological dig site.
There are beautiful gardens in the park, old canons, a Navigators' Planetarium., a reconstruction of the First Mission Church of Nombre de Dios, Timucuan pottery, large cay jars, and tools and family house from th...
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Old Jail
#22 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Ian was a great guide and made the experience fun! Interactive and great for kids.
Wow! Great tour for the whole family!
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St. Augustine Visitors Center
#25 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Whole family enjoyed the tour, you could get off the tour car, shop and get back on it.
coupon books so you save a few dollars here, and there, it helps if you are traveling with children.
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Old City
#21 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Such a great little shopping area to take the whole family to learn history as well!
Fun for all ages - historic buildings, shops, restaurants and plaza/parks to sit and rest and watch the kids play.
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St Augustine Visitor Information Center
#31 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
My husband took the kids and I was able to roam free.
There were lots of hands on activities for children.
Potter's Wax Museum
#35 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
This is a fabulous family spot in St Augustine... Good information given upon arrival.. Nice staff and superb statues!
The older two kids recognized many of the historical figures, which quickly led onto history lessons, as we homeschool.
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Old St. Augustine Village
#27 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
It was very nice and the kids enjoyed seeing these historic sights.
This was really amazing for the whole family!!
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St Johns County Ocean Pier
#40 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
The Pier provides sightseeing and fishing opportunities and the land based side has restrooms, outdoor bathing and fountains for kids (and adults) with adjacent picnic tables under sun sails with a wall to contain...
St. Augustine draws families, and families include kids, who can only take in some much history.
St. George Street
#20 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
I love the atmosphere and how the locals keep the little details and also the architecture, amazing shops and restaurants, is a MUST to visit and walk with the family and friends
Fantastic family friendly bars with live music, local artisans, museums, and other attractions all close by.
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St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, Inc.
#7 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
There are easy hikes around the hammock by an Eagle Scout, a boat play structure for kids and interactive displays in the museum and outside, and info about the past keepers of the lighthouse, a shrimping family,...
Whether you are with just friends or family it's always fun to go to the top and look at the view and also the interpretive exhibits offer a great historical perspective of Maritime History.
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Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine
#5 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
What a wonderful church, over 450 years of history, went to Sunday mass, haven't enjoyed a sermon/gospel since i was a kid, the priest was interesting and even a little comical..must visit the gift shop, very inte...
There was an amazing woman who shared a fun story with the kids when she noticed they were getting a little antsy to leave and Mom and Dad were still engaging in the sights.
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Fort Mose Historic State Park
#41 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
It was well acted and timed and for families with children ages 7-8 and up is a great resource to understanding the local history and the greater significance of a free community for African Americans as well as I...
(This gallery is particularly well-suited for children and teens.)
Government House Museum
#36 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
I was pleasantly surprised at this museum and our kids enjoyed many of the exhibits with enthusiasm.
Loved all the information re: children and women's rolls in the history of St. Augustine.
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Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse
#43 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
The Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse located in the historic district of St. Augustine is a great place for families to visit especially if they have children with them.
Admission is cheap ($5 for adults, less for kids), and for it you get to spend as long as you'd like in the lovely small garden behind the schoolhouse and in the schoolhouse itself.
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Ripley's Believe It Or Not
#38 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Definitely worth every penny, and if you are traveling with kids they will love all the "hands on" and interactive exhibits.
Like my title mentioned, can be a bit expensive if you have a bunch of kids LOL, but I still recommend because it is a staple in Saint Augustine and lots and lots of fun for all ages
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Black Raven Pirate Ship
#47 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
The singing and jokes were great and the sailing across the bay "to get our treasure back" was fun.. Adult libations on board are a huge plus for adults and parents and really make the trip and great FAMILY trip.
Fun! Fun! Fun! Children of all ages will love it here!!!!
Old City Farmers Market
#46 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
It is also family friendly too!
St Augustine Tennis at Treaty Park Saint Augustine Beach
#48 of 141 things to do in St. Augustine
Vita's way of engaging with her students and families has made our experience with tennis the best :)
She also clearly cares about all of the kids she coaches.