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St. Augustine Day Tours
Take a special day trip to charming, historical St. Augustine, the oldest city in Florida and the U.S. Explore the city’s famous landmarks and natural beauty from the water on a scenic boat tour from Gray Line with discounted tickets from Known for its historic district, featuring cobblestone streets, charming cafés, bars and unique shops, St. Augustine also offers a wealth of history to experience, including significant landmarks such as Castillo de San Marcos, Fort Matanzas, Flagler College, the oldest school house in the USA, and the Lightner Museum. As you sail past historic landmarks on your 75-minute cruise, the captain narrates the important details of the old landmarks in this historic town. After the cruise, tour around downtown St. Augustine, taking in all the local culture and popular attractions.

Your round-trip excursion between Orlando and St. Augustine includes the guided boat ride around the historic sites, plus plenty of time to stroll around downtown St. Augustine. The tour departs Orlando at 7:30 AM. You arrive in St. Augustine at 10AM for a fun-filled day. You leave St. Augustine at 4PM for your quick journey back to Orlando.


St. Augustine Day Trip:
North Florida boasts a year-round mild climate perfect for strolling Saint Augustine's delightful historic district, with its cobblestone streets, quaint cafes, bars, unique shops and explore significant landmarks such as Castillo de San Marcos, Fort Matanzas, Flagler College and the Lightner Museum. Your day includes plenty of time to explore the town, shop in the gift shops and dine in one of the great restaurants in the cobblestone streets.

St. Augustine with Scenic Cruise:
Relax and enjoy a cruise aboard the Victory III. Narrated tours by the Captain provide an incomparable way to view St. Augustine’s historical landmarks and natural sites of interest. See the Castillo de San Marcos from the water, the Bay of Matanzas, and the Lighthouse from this fully narrated boat cruise. Following your boat cruise, enjoy afternoon tea in one of the sidewalk cafes, or explore the souvenir shops in the arcades and alleys of this historic town.

St. Augustine with Pirates and Treasure Museum:
Spend the day on the cobblestone streets of St. Augustine and make a stop in at the Pirate & Treasure Museum – The Ultimate Pirate Experience. Explore the Golden Age of Piracy with one of the world’s largest collections of authentic pirate artifacts and shipwreck treasures. World class, award winning interactives make this hands-on museum an experience that every family member will enjoy. Named one of the best museums in the world by the New York Post, along with several other accolades.

St. Augustine with Historic Colonial Quarter Tour:
St. Augustine's Colonial Quarter a Historic Adventure Tour - Where History comes alive! The city’s newest attraction is a Historic Adventure Tour experience that allows for interactive opportunities throughout two awesome acres that showcases three centuries of St. Augustine history. On the tour, experience a musket firing, blacksmith demonstrations and more! Between tours you can climb the watchtower, wander through historic buildings, dine at both 18th century styled eateries, or just relax under the Colonial Oak Tree.

Tour Schedule: 
Tour runs every Monday and Thursday.

Tour Pick Up Schedule:
Courtesy pickups are available from centralized meeting points around Orlando, Kissimmee and Disney areas. All pick up locations allow free car parking and are easily distinguishable.


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