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St. Johns County has something for everyone, enticing more than 4 million visitors from around the world each year.

Founded in 1565 by the Spanish and now referred to as “The Nation’s Oldest City,” the City of St. Augustine reflects a Spanish influence in its architecture and art galleries, street names and dining options. It is home to more than 50 attractions including historical sites and points of interest, living history museums, animal parks and ghost tours.

Many are located within walking distance of one another in downtown historic St. Augustine, while others in the uptown antiques area or across the Bridge of Lions on Anastasia Island are accessible via tourist transportation, making it possible to see it all without having to move your car!

Guided walking tours as well as those conducted via tram, trolley, horse-drawn carriage or cruise boat all offer unique narratives of the story of historic St. Augustine, covering some of St. Augustine’s most popular landmarks.

Bridging the past with the present and future, just North of St. Augustine is the World Golf Village, a resort-style community built to celebrate one of the world’s greatest and most beloved sports. With the World Golf Hall of Fame museum as its centerpiece, the area is also home to two Hall of Fame member-designed golf courses, an IMAX Theater, luxurious accommodations and an assortment of restaurants.

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