Historic Sites

Founded by Pedro Menendez in 1565, St. Augustine runs rampant with Spanish history. The architecture of the buildings beams Spanish influence and the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument looks out over the Matanzas Waterway, still the focal point of the town. But don’t let your kids tell you that sounds boring! Check out these great places that you can visit as a family!

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
Stop by and take a step back in time.
The soldiers are on duty daily and administer hourly cannon firings!

Fort Matanzas
Open Daily & Completely Free!
The watchtower is a short boat ride across the intracoastal waterway!

Flagler College
Stop in to see one of Henry Flagler’s greatest buildings!

Ocean & Racquet Resort of St. Augustine, FL
880 A1A Beach Blvd. OFC
St. Augustine, FL 32080, USA