Take a look at just a few of our recommended attractions and activities near Victorian House Bed & Breakfast in historic downtown St. Augustine, FL!
Things To Do
O.C. White’s Restaurant – Enjoy everything from mouth-watering, fresh Maryland Blue Crab Cakes, to bruschetta, to a Florida-style Bucket O’ Steamers. Top it off with a signature frozen specialty drink such as a Banana Cabana or Captivating Coladas.
Nonna’s Trattoria – This restaurant offers more than 20 outdoor seats as well as a spacious indoor dining room. Observe chefs at work in the open kitchen or enjoy the wonderful atmosphere of Aviles Street.
Forgotten Tonic – Forgotten Tonic is a hidden neighborhood gem located in the heart of St. Augustine’s historic art district. We feature modern twists on freshly prepared American comfort food, an extensive wine list, hand-crafted cocktails & captivating southern hospitality.
Ice Plant Bar – A unique bar experience where making a good drink is an art. You can get custom ice cubes in your cocktail that is different from any bar that you’ve been to.
Michael’s – Michael’s offers a casually elegant dining experience with a celebrated chef, dedicated staff, and passion for exquisite flavors and world-class wines.
History & Museums
Castillo De San Marcos – Built on the site of a 1500s Spanish Watch Tower, the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum helps visitors explore the rich maritime history of Florida through history and archaeological artifacts.
Lightner Museum – Enjoy a guided tour, learn about the beautiful structure’s history, and dine at their onsite restaurant to finish your outing!
St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum – Built on the site of a 1500s Spanish Watch Tower, the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum helps visitors explore the rich maritime history of Florida through history and archaeological artifacts.
St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum – Browse through the world’s largest collection of treasures from pirates’ pasts. You can also watch a depiction of Blackbeard’s final battle, take a photo with Captain Jack Sparrow’s sword used in the movie Pirates of the Caribbean, and go on a guided tour of the museum.
Ponce De Leon’s Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park – There is so much history to uncover at this park. Discover the story of Juan Ponce de Leon. Learn more about the Timucua civilization, and find how the settlement of St. Augustine came to be.
Old Jail – If you want to learn about the history of St. Augustine, the historic jail is a great place to visit.
Attractions & Tours
St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park – Come to the only place on earth where you can see all the species of crocodilians, along with other reptiles, birds and Wild Animal Shows.
Old Town Trolley Tours – Taking a ride on the Old Town Trolley is a great way to see the historic city of St. Augustine in its entirety. There are three different tours to choose from, depending your level of interest in the different areas of St. Augustine.
Ghosts & Gravestones – If you’re into the dark and macabre, you should look into exploring America’s oldest haunt. Hear about pirate ghost stories and tales.
St. Augustine Eco Tours – If you’re an animal lover, St. Augustine’s Eco Tours is a great place to visit. Offering boating, kayaking, and sailing expeditions so you can see the wildlife and surrounding areas of St. Augustine.