Hands On Children's Museum - With bright colors and a building shaped like a castle, the Hands On Children's Museum opened it's doors in October 2000. Now with 15 Major exhibits offering interactive, hands-on fun for ages 1-12.
Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum - Over 750 exhibits to fascinate, delight and entertain the entire family! Featured in St. Augustine you will find a gigantic Ferris Wheel, made by Meccano, Inc. , the world's largest moving erector model containing 19,507 pieces standing 21.3' tall. See Beauregard, a Six legged cow and lots more.
Alhambra Dinner Theatre - Built in 1967, the Alhambra Dinner Theatre is one of the very few remaining dinner theatres in America. It is nationally known, and actors come from all over the country to audition. Many past and present performers have worked on Broadway, and have done national and international tours.
Amelia Community Theatre - This Theatre has always enjoyed strong community support and loyal audiences. Over the years, we've gained a reputation for quality entertainment.
Flagler Beach Historical Museum - Experience history from the Stone Age to the Space Age! Begin with prehistoric bones and fast forward to dehydrated astronaut food and a flag that rode the Shuttle Endeavour into space.
Jacksonville Zoological Gardens - Offers an array of wildlife wonders and interactive experiences. The zoo is home to over 900 rare and exotic creatures.
Lightner Museum - Relics of America's Gilded Age are elegantly exhibited on the museum's three floors. Costumes, furnishings, mechanical musical instruments and other artifacts give you a glimpse into 19th century daily life.
Dow Museum of Historic Houses - Nine historic homes dating from 1790 to 1910 and the collections of museum benefactor Kenneth Worcester Dow. The property highlights both St. Augustine and Florida history making it the perfect place for visitors to begin their tour of America's oldest city.
Potter's Wax Museum - Located in the heart of Historic Saint Augustine, the Potter's Wax Museum features over 160 wax figures.
Florida Agricultural Museum - Visitors to the museum can visit the archaeological site of John Hewitt's water powered sawmill, a fully restored 1890s pioneer homestead, a turn of the last century Dry Goods Store, five restored buildings from a 1930s Depression-Era citrus business, and a 5,000 square foot dairy barn.
Museum of Science & History - The Museum strives to increase the knowledge and understanding of the natural environment and history of Jacksonville as well as Northeast Florida
St Augustine Alligator Farm - Visit one of Florida's oldest and finest attractions featuring the rare white alligator. See all 23 species of crocodiles from around the world, and an array of exotic birds and animals.
Boca Raton Museum of Art - One of South Florida's finest cultural attractions, the Boca Raton Museum of Art presents changing exhibitions of national and international importance, and a wide range of educational programs, lectures, gallery tours, and studio art classes.
Ponce De Leon's Fountain of Youth - Ponce de Leon landed in St. Augustine in 1513 searching for a Fountain of Youth. Visitors can stroll the gardens, explore the excavations, see the life-sized exhibits and planetarium, and drink from the pre-historic Indian Spring Ponce de Leon hoped was the Fountain of Youth.
Jacksonville Maritime Heritage Center - Visiting this museum lets you set sail into the maritime history of Jacksonville. Explore collections of artifacts from the earliest French to current time.
Marineland - Participants will enjoy swimming with dolphins in deep as well as spending time with them in the shallow areas. There is no better way than this to experience the grace and power of Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins.
Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse in the United States - Located near the City Gates, The Old School House is a surviving expression of another time. Built over 200 years ago, while Florida was under the rule of Imperial Spain, it was constructed of red cedar and cypress and put together with wooden pegs and handmade nails.
Ritz Theatre & LaVilla Museum - Celebrates the rich legacy of the African-American community that thrived in LaVilla for more than 100 years. The theatre and museum are revered as the premiere cultural institution in Jacksonville, showcasing art, music, drama, poetry, and African American history.
Old Town Trolley Tours - With nearly 500 years of history, including rule by Spain, Britain, and the U.S., St. Augustine is full of sights and attractions that entertain and educate. Hop aboard and you'll experience the humorous tales and interesting trivia from friendly conductors.
St Augustine Lighthouse - Climb to the top of the 165' tower. See the working first order Fresnel lens. Learn how the lightkeepers lived through living history activities and exhibits. See and touch artifacts from shipwrecks lost in the treacherous St. Augustine inlet.