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Unique Date Ideas in St. Augustine

Fantastic Ways to Spend a Date in Our Old City Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait until then to go on a romantic date. There are lots of fun, unique ways to spend time with your significant other in St. Augustine! Here are a few of our favorites: Nights of Lights (Ends January 31st) The Nights of Lights festival returns to St. Augustine every year, bringing with it a dazzling display of holiday lights. With just over a week left of the event, this would be the perfect way to spend a date night! During the Nights of Lights, businesses...

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The Datil Pepper

July 22, 2020 St. Augustine’s Sweet Heat Treat St. Augustine is known for so many things like our beaches, history, and friendly residents.  However, we have a little secret that’s even hotter than our summers- the Datil pepper. Clocking in between 100,000 and 300,000 Scovilles, this capsicum comes from the same species as the Carolina Reaper and Habanero peppers! History Though research from the University of Florida found that this pepper originated from South America, many Menorcan descendants falsely claim that their ancestors brought them from Spain.  Datils have been cultivated here...

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Movies Made in St. Augustine

Posted July 13, 2020 Sandy Beaches to Silver Screens in St. Augustine Read about some movies made here. St. Augustine is no stranger to the silver screen.  Over the years, our city has served as the set in some of Hollywood’s blockbusters (and some of their flops too)!  We’ve listed some of the filming locations so you can do your own movie backlot tour. 1955’s Revenge of the Creature (Universal) was the sequel to the classic horror film Creature from the Black Lagoon.  Gill-man returned to the screen, after being captured in the first film, to be studied at the “Ocean City Oceanarium.”  Marineland...

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Things to Do in St. Augustine this Weekend

Due to an abundance of caution concerning the coronavirus, many St. Augustine events have been canceled. Click here for more information about canceling and closings in St. Augustine and St. Johns County. Just like every weekend in the Nation’s Oldest City, there are many things to do in St. Augustine this weekend. In fact, each weekend on our coast brings about art walks, farmer markets, nature walks, historical lessons, and more. Additionally during special weekends, visitors and locals can look forward to popular festivals as well as holiday events like the Easter Parade, 4th...

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St. Augustine Film Festival 2021

Dates, schedule, and films for the St. Augustine Film Festival 2021 are TBA. The information on this page is from the Film Festival in 2020. We will update this page as soon as details are released. Updated on January 20, 2020. The St. Augustine 2021 Film Festival is a four-day festival in which foreign films, independent films, and documentaries are played daily at three of the city’s beautiful theaters. However, unlike an opening weekend at a big box office, you won’t see any films created by Spielberg or Hitchcock headlining the festival. This festival is made possible...

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St. Augustine Nights of Lights Hotels

Imagine going to sleep in a St. Augustine Nights of Lights hotel where you can watch millions of lights twinkle from the comfort of your bed. Each morning, you’re greeted with holiday decorations strung throughout the city and people on Nights of Lights tours singing Christmas carols. After a delicious meal in the Historic District, you stroll back to your hotel with the Nights of Lights as your backdrop. If this sounds like your ideal winter getaway, then you’ll want to check out the St. Augustine Nights of Lights hotels below. These hotels are both cozy and convenient! Staying in a St....

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The Old Man and the Old Moon

Produced by Flagler Theatre Arts During The Old Man and the Old Moon, the main character has the mundane task of refilling the moon each night with liquid light. Unhappy with their current state of monotony, the old man’s wife sails away seeking adventure which beckons the old man to follow. In his quest to find her, the old man wanders about in the sea, to a war, and even finds his way in the belly of a giant fish. Filled with theatrics, fairy tales, animals and oddities, in many ways this production speaks to the child in all of us. So, what was the takeaway from Flagler College’s production...

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Nights of Lights Tours

Nights of Lights tours in St. Augustine are one of the most popular winter activities during the holidays among families, friend groups as well as couples. In fact, exploring the winter wonderland on a tour is a wonderful way to relax and unwind after a busy day of visiting attractions and historical sites. Grab a hot chocolate and a light jacket! The St. Augustine Nights of Lights is a sight for sore eyes that you don’t want to miss. … from air, land, and sea. From hundreds of feet above sea level – with nothing but a starry night to distract you...

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You’ll Love the BBQ Food in St. Augustine

Looking for the best BBQ food in St. Augustine? Among the many restaurants in St. Augustine, there are a few BBQ hotspots we think you’ll love. The following restaurants serve up the best of meats cooked over an open fire, on a rack, roasted over a hearth, or roasted whole. Bon Appetit! But first, here’s a little BBQ background. Since quite literally the beginning of time, people have cooked variations of meat over an open fire. In every sense of the word, this is barbecue food. But in the United States, when you say “barbecue”, people think “belt”; as...

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Songwriters Festival

The schedules and songwriters for the St. Augustine Songwriters Festival, Oct. 23-25, 2020, are TBA. The information on this page is from the Songwriters Festival in 2019. We will update this page as soon as details are released. Date: October 23-25, 2020. 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 songs growing up to today’s hits, the music played at...

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