St Augustine Florida EventsFestivals, Events, Reenactments, Concerts, Plays, Art & Craft Shows, Bed and Breakfast Tours, Holiday Parades and more.
|A variety of Lodging in St Augustine Hotels and Motels exists for the traveler or consider one of 27 historic Saint Augustine B&B Inns. A stay at a Romantic Bed and Breakfast Inn will make your visit a special occasion.|
|Saint Augustine Restaurants are varied and plentiful. You will find culinary Fine-Dining at the many St Augustine Florida Restaurants with a variety of gourmet bistros, waterfront terraces, authentic pubs, fine dining and unique, casual cafes.|
|St Augustine Attractions offer something for all ages with a variety of Sight-Seeing Attractions in Saint Augustine Florida to explore and experience. To make the most of your trip, consider Guided Tours of St Augustine for Groups or Individuals. Of course you do not want to miss playing the many challenging St Augustine Golf Courses.|
|Tourist Transportation is easy with Trams, Horse-Drawn Carriages, Buses & Taxi Transportation in St Augustine. Popular with visitors are the various Water Sports and Cruises on the St Augustine Waterways. Plus find boat ramps for fishing & boating sportsman or St Augustine Marinas and Yacht Harbors.|
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October in Saint Augustine|
First Friday ArtWalk - Self-guided walking tour of numerous art galleries 5p-9p (904)829-0065 visit staugustinegalleries.com
(Oct 4) 5th Annual Fiesta de Aviles Aviles Street, St. Augustine, FL .... Celebrate St. Augustine's historic heritage with live music, costumes, art exhibits and a special running of the "bulls" along Aviles Street. Activities are from 4 - 10 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, contact Aviles Street Merchants Association. For more information, call 904-377-0198.
(Oct 4) Sunset Celebration at Vilano Beach Town Center .... A celebration of a spectacular sunset across the bay featuring dozens of market vendors, live music, local arts and crafts and more at the Vilano Pier on the Intracoastal Waterway. Activities are from 4 p.m. - dusk. Admission is free. 260 Vilano Rd., St. Augustine. 260 Vilano Road, St. Augustine, FL 32084 Local Phone: 904-540-0402 http://www.vilanobeachfl.com www.vilanobeachfl.com
(Oct 4-50 Datil Pepper Festival and Cook-off with Home and Garden Show ..... Annual celebration of the spicy Datil Pepper! On Saturday, local restaurants participate in a cook off of recipes using the datil pepper in appetizers and entrees. Judging is from 11:30am to 1pm! Vote for your favorite 'pepper' delight. Tickets are $1 each. The Home and Garden Show takes place on Saturday and Sunday. Location is at 3125 Agricultural Center Drive, St. Augustine. 904-209-0430
(Oct 10-12) The Annual Greek Festival hosted by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church will be held at the Francis Field, 29 W. Castillo Dr. St. Augustine, FL, next to the downtown Visitor's Center Parking Garage. A delicious assortment of Greek foods, pastries and beverages will be served. Enjoy nonstop entertainment with live Greek music and dancing by beautifully costumed Greek dance troupes. Come join in the fun and experience St. Augustine's Greek heritage. Admission is only $2.00 and free for children 12 and under. For more information call 904-829-0504 or visit
(Oct 18) 2nd Annual Food Truck Wars ...... From 2 to 8 p.m., 40 Gourmet Food Trucks from around Florida battle for awards at St. Augustine's 2nd Annual Food Truck War. Features celebrity judges, live music, beer garden, a kids area and lots of food. A portion of proceeds benefit Kiwanis of Historic St Augustine. Food costs range $3 to $18. Free Admission. Francis Field on W. Castillo Dr. www.foodtruckwars.com Info@FoodTruckCrazy.com 407-296-5882
(Oct 18-19) St. Augustine Maritime Heritage Festival ..... St Augustine maritime history celebration ...two-day festival at the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park. Events include the Quick and Dirty Boat Building Competition and Race, the Old City Bartending Challenge, educational exhibits, craft vendors, book signings, lecturers, a beer and wine tent, the Astillero de Perro Dog Agility Contest, Ponce de Leon Paddle Battle SUP Race, kids' activities, live music and the popular Saturday Night Minorcan Chowder and Pilau Party. The festival is 9 a.m.-8 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets (includes admission to the Fountain of Youth) are Adults $12, Seniors $11, Children 6-12, $8 and free for those 6 and under. Tickets for St. Johns County residents and military families with I.D. are Adults $5, Seniors $4, Children 6-12 $3. Under 6 are free. 11 Magnolia Ave., St. Augustine. 904-829-3168 http://staugmaritimeheritage.orgwww.staugmaritimeheritage.org
(10/15-31)RIPLEY’S HALLOWEEN GHOST TRAIN: Board the Ghost Train for a ride throughout the haunted streets of old St. Augustine. There are stops along the way where tales are told and guests can use Electro-Magnetic-Field Meters to identify the presence of spirits. Tours begin from Ripley’s Castle Warden. Location: Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum Hours: Tours Start at 7 p.m. Admission: $24 for adults and $12 for children 6 -12.
(Oct 25) St Augustine UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT - (the last Saturday of the month)Enjoy extended shopping hours, live entertainment and book signings as the quaint shops along San Marco Avenue in St. Augustine extend their hours for an evening of entertainment and shopping. Exhibits, wine, champagne, authors and music are part of the fun. Location: San Marco Avenue Hours: 5 to 9 p.m. Admission: Free 904-824-9357
(Oct 26-31) Halloween - Haunted St. Augustine is Everywhere! Hayrides, ghost tour walks, trick or treat parties. (800) OLD CITY