Dec 052014
 

St. Augustine’s annual Nights of Lights celebration has begun with millions of twinkly lights outlining trees, buildings and bridges in the Olde City.  Named one of the best holiday displays in the world by National Geographic, the festive event can be viewed by strolling through town, grabbing a trolley or train, or hiring a horse-drawn carriage. The free show begins at dusk every evening through February 1.

Nov 272014
 

St. Augustine’s annual Nights of Lights celebration has begun with millions of twinkly lights outlining trees, buildings and bridges in the Olde City.  Named one of the best holiday displays in the world by National Geographic, the festive event can be viewed by strolling through town, grabbing a trolley or train, or hiring a horse-drawn carriage. The free show begins at dusk every evening through February 1.

Jan 032014
 

Stroll through St. Augustine and enjoy the city’s romantic promenades, as well as great art, live entertainment and refreshments, all free, at the Ancient City’s First Friday Artwalk. The monthly social event is sponsored by Art Galleries of St. Augustine (ARGOSA) and lasts from 5 to 9 p.m.  Free train and trolley rides, looping the event locations, are available beginning at 6 p.m.  Check out the ARGOSA website for details.

Aug 202013
 

The National Park Service is offering an incentive to explore national parks on August 25.  In honor of the National Park Service’s 97th birthday, all national parks will offer free admissions.  In the First Coast area, that includes Cumberland Island National Seashore in Georgia, the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve and Fort Caroline National Memorial in Jacksonville, the Castillos de San Marcos National Monument and the Fort Matanzas National Monument in Saint Augustine.  For hours and directions, check out the Park Service site, www.nps.gov.