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Florida isn’t just sand and surf – there is plenty to do during the holidays to get into the joy and cheer of the season. St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights is a great way to get out of the snow and into one of the most beautiful holiday light displays in the world.
The Holly Jolly Christmas Trolly is definitely one of the best things to do during St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights to get into the Christmas Spirit. Hop on the evening trolly to take you around town, all while singing Christmas Jingles and spreading Christmas Joy about the streets. 3D Glasses turn the twinkling holiday lights into Snowmen, Trees, Snowflakes, or Presents!
Escape the crowds and get away for a romantic evening on the water, while seeing the perfect gingerbread house- esque skyline of America’s oldest city. The best way to have a romantic evening in St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights is on none other than the Schooner Freedom, a 76′ Tall Ship decorated from stem to stern and all up the rig with Christmas lights herself.
Set sail on the Matanzas with your special someone!
If you’re looking for a place to get a drink during St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights, look no further than the Tini Martini Bar! Make sure to get your seats early, especially on the weekends as there tends to be a wait and a line once the sun goes down and the lights turn on!
One of the best things to do in Saint Augustine, and not just at Christmastime, is a walking ghost tour! Learn about the spooky history of St. Augustine and get led around tiny streets while viewing the lights. A win-win here!
For a personalized Nights of Lights experience with just you and your family, take a golf cart ride with Explore Tours. Get down the tiny streets and get a custom tour of the city with holiday cheer.
The easiest, and most economical way to see the Nights of Lights in St. Augustine is to wander them yourself! Stroll under the oaks in the Plaza de la Constitution, walk along the riverfront, and pop into the courtyard in front of the Lightener Museum.