Each year, nearing the holiday season, the St. Augustine Night of Lights transforms the city into a sparkling masterpiece. More than three million lights adorn the buildings, historic structures, and palm trees, lighting up the evenings. It’s a lovely time of year to explore the Florida coast, and the St. Augustine Night of Lights makes
St. Augustine has a vibrant and eclectic arts and music scene, one of the many things we love about this beautiful town. But don’t assume that it only exists in the downtown area. St. Augustine Beach has many wonderful events to offer. One of the longest running is the Music By The Sea concert series.
One of the many wonderful things about St. Augustine is that there is always something to do – and this upcoming weekend is no exception….. Thursday, March 30 Last Thursday – Lightner After Hours Kick off the weekend in style in the Lightner Museum‘s Grand Ballroom Gallery for this monthly social. The Lightner Museum hosts
St. Augustine has long been home to an amazing arts scene – music, theater, art, you name it. And the St. Augustine Amphitheater is the place to be for big name band appearances. The St. Augustine Amphitheatre was built in 1965 to commemorate St. Augustine’s 400th Anniversary as our nation’s oldest permanent European settlement. The 16-acre
The lights are on in St. Augustine! Approximately 2.5 million lights were switched on this weekend, commencing the 23rd annual Nights of Lights celebration. This magnificent display of tiny white lights shines for 10-weeks, through January 31. Every corner of the city is filled with a magical holiday sparkle. Experience this fabulous event with our