Discover the best things to do in St. Augustine

When you’re ready to explore St. Augustine, climb aboard the free shuttle that runs to and from Sebastian Hotel, a member of Radisson Individuals, and the historic district across the San Sebastian River. Stroll through the picturesque, pedestrian-friendly area around St. George Street, which is brimming with restaurants, bakeries, and gift shops. Visiting with your family? Your kids will love crossing the drawbridges to Castillo de San Marcos and seeing real pirates’ booty at St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum. Plan an excursion to Anastasia State Park, about a 10-minute drive from the hotel, to cycle along spotless white sand or play in the surf. You can also find fun things to do within walking distance of the hotel, such as boat excursions from English Landing Marina, and easily return to your spacious suite to recharge before dinner.

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St. Augustine Distillery

0.32 mi / 0.52 km from the hotel
Housed in a restored industrial complex dating from the early 1900s, this distillery produces some of St. Augustine’s most popular spirits. Stop by for a tour and a sample, and then take home your own bottle of bourbon, rum, or gin.

Flagler College

0.6 mi / 0.97 km from the hotel
Whether you’re visiting a student or touring the beautiful campus, Flagler College is a must-see destination in St. Augustine. Check out the 19th-century Ponce de León Hotel, a Spanish Renaissance building that sits at the heart of Flagler’s campus.

Villa Zorayda Museum

0.56 mi / 0.9 km from the hotel
The Gilded Age still lives at this quirky museum that once served as a home, casino, and speakeasy. Designed to look like Alhambra Palace, the 1883 building features ornate, Spanish-style decor and a unique art collection.

English Landing Marina

0.26 mi / 0.42 km from the hotel
You’ll find a variety of bowrider boats and tubes to take your family out on the water at English Landing Marina. Hungry after a day of swimming and waterskiing? Food trucks line the shore every day.

Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center

0.58 mi / 0.93 km from the hotel
Preserving the legacy of African American culture in Florida, the museum showcases the journey, hardships, and successes of black Floridians from the 17th century to today.

St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum

0.86 mi / 1.39 km from the hotel
If a pirate’s life is for you, then head to this family-friendly museum for a swashbuckling good time. Learn about the pirates who plundered Florida’s coast, see the world’s only surviving pirate treasure chest, and hunt for treasure of your own at the gift shop.

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

0.96 mi / 1.55 km from the hotel
Step back in time with a tour of the oldest masonry fortress in the US. Built in the late 1600s, it’s a striking symbol of Florida’s Spanish colonization.

Colonial Quarter

0.84 mi / 1.35 km from the hotel
Get a sense of life in St. Augustine from the 1500s through the 1700s as costumed interpreters guide you through this historic quarter. Learn how to fire a replica 17th-century musket, and climb a reconstructed watchtower for sweeping coastal views.

Lightner Museum

0.62 mi / 1 km from the hotel
View fine and decorative art from the 19th and early 20th centuries at the Lightner Museum, housed in the former Alcazar Hotel. Don’t miss the chance to explore this opulent Spanish Renaissance Revival building dating from the late 1880s.

Old Town Trolley Tours

1.35 mi / 2.17 km from the hotel
For a fun, breezy way to explore the historic sights of St. Augustine, hop aboard one of the convenient trolleys for a tour of America’s oldest city.

Oldest Wooden School House

0.85 mi / 1.37 km from the hotel
Built in the early 1800s from red cedar and cypress, this modest homestead was used as a classroom for children of Minorcan settlers. Artifacts and reconstructed scenes evoke the site’s rich history.

Ponce de Leon’s Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park

1.33 mi / 2.15 km from the hotel
Chat with reenactors in period dress while you tread the historic grounds where explorer Ponce de Leon once walked.