The Best 10 St. Augustine Walking Tours

Pet Friendly St. Augustine Historic Walking Tours

Pet Friendly St. Augustine Historic Walking Tours

We currently have one pet friendly walking tour, the daily Conquistatour at 11am. This is our regular historic talking tour, about 1.5 hours duration. Hear of some of the people who lived here and their stories. See some of the wonderful architecture as you are whisked away to Henry Flagler’s era and find out more about his influence here. It starts in the courtyard between the parking garage and visitors center.



Restaurants – Outdoor Seating Only

Bars – Downtown

  • Ann O’Malley’s sidewalk seatingPet Friendly St. Augustine Historic Walking Tours
  • Mi Casa Cafe
  • Mojo Barbecue – back patio
  • Meehan’s Backyard Island Cafe
  • Vino del Grotto — King Street
  • Prince of Wales Pub
  • Scarlett O’Hara’s
  • Barley Republic


Where To Park in St. Augustine

Where To Park in St. Augustine

The first thing that you’ll want to find out if there is a festival or event going on when you are visiting. If there is, then parking will be even more at a premium. During these times the City of St. Augustine will have FREE shuttles that run from outlying parking areas.


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Handicap Parking in all City-Owned Lots is free all of the time. Private lots do charge and many of them are 24/7. Please read all parking meters to know if they are Private or City-Owned. All City-Owned Lots will display this sign prominently.

The easiest parking would be at the City Parking Garage located at 1 Cordova Street. This is a flat fee for the day and centrally located.

You will also find street parking and lots with metered parking or pay stations that are owned by the city located throughout the town. Look for the ParkStAug logo above for those areas. The ParkStAug app is an easy way to keep up with your parking and not have to run back to your car. Click the logo or here for more information.

We also have private lots located throughout the city that will charge hourly and some charge for the day. You’ll see them when you drive around town. Do not park on the side streets in the residential areas. You will be towed from these areas.

The city has put together some great information as well as a list of

Parking FAQs and Tips for parking in St. Augustine. It’s always good to be prepared before you arrive.

Old Town Trolleys and Ripley’s Red Trains do have free parking at select lots if you are getting a ticket with them. Please check their websites for more information. St. Augustine is a very walkable city so the trolleys and trains are not a must.