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Alligator Farm
A call to the Alligator Farm confirmed an offer of 50% off for SJC residents most of the year, Summer 30%.
999 Anastasia Boulevard

Founded in 1893, this is one of Florida’s oldest zoological attractions, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It first received the Association of Zoos and Aquariums accreditation in 1989 and continues to this day. The rookery is one of the finest in Florida. In the spring you can walk on the elevated boardwalk and see native birds nesting up close. Crocodile Crossing is an aerial adventure in the tree tops above the zoo. It is an obstacle course with more than 50 different challenges, including 7 zips over the zoo and is the first challenge course in the world over a zoo.

Castillo de San Marco.
For seniors (62+) Free for you and three guests with the $10 lifetime pass to all national parks (see below).
1 South Castillo Drive

A monument not only of stone and mortar but of human determination and endurance, the Castillo de San Marcos symbolizes the clash between cultures which ultimately resulted in our uniquely unified nation. A bastion of the largest empire ever created, the Castillo was built to protect and defend Spain’s claims in the New World. It was never defeated in battle. Its scarred walls still stand witness to over 330 years of history and culture. The Castillo comes alive through Ranger talks, museum exhibits, historical weapons demonstrations, living history reenactments, and special events.

Government House Museum
Free to SJC residents
48 King St.

This is a stately Georgian Style stone mansion facing the 410-year old Plaza. It occupies the site that throughout the colonial period (1565-1821) housed the residence and office of the colonial governors of Florida. Here, in 1821, the Spanish Governor turned over control of East Florida to the United States, ending the 256-year long era of colonial control. The museum displays archaeological artifacts, a recreated colonial era ship's hold, a prehistoric Indian canoe, authentic colonial weaponry, and gold and silver pieces from Spanish shipwrecks.

Hometown Pass
Buy a guest ticket and your ticket is free on the Old Town Trolley Tours, The Old Jail, St. Augustine History Museum and Oldest Store Museum. Sign up online at

Pay one admission per resident and get full year free.
81 Lighthouse Ave.

The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum is dedicated to discover, preserve, present and keep alive the story of the nation's oldest port. We work with local high schools to put students in the water with marine archaeologists. We introduce over 43,000 school age children to the marine sciences and maritime history through summer camps, home-school days, hands-on tours, program scholarships and internships. Our lighthouse staff is now recognized as national experts in restoration and museum operations, and stores a vast collection of WWII artifacts.

Limelight Theater
Senior (62+), Preview Night and Terrific Tuesdays discounts
11 Old Mission Ave.

The Limelight Theatre staged its first production, “I Ought to be in Pictures,” on August 28, 1992, in the Monson Bayfront Inn. In 2001 it moved into its permanent home. The Limelight Theatre has produced well over one hundred different shows from classics to new works, tragedies to musical comedies.

National Park Pass
If you are 62+, you can purchase America the Beautiful – National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Senior Pass for $10 for the lifetime pass at the St. Augustine Fort. This pass will give you and three guests free admission to most national parks.

Old Town Orange & GreenTrolley Tours
See the Hometown Pass below. SJC residents ride free with this pass in November except Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving.
167 San Marco Ave. 22 stops on the trolleys

ParkNow Card Discount parking in the historic district for 50 cents/hour and $1.00 flat rate at the Historic Downtown Parking Facility. Cards available at the city’s Financial Services Center, 50 Bridge St., Monday-Friday, 7:30 am-5:00 pm, Minimum $20 and can be recharged. www.staugustinegovernment.com/sites/park/documents/ParkNowFlyer11-2011.pdf

Ripley’s Believe it or Not
SJC residents $5.30 each with local ID 6 years and up. 5 & under are free
19 San Marco Ave.

Visit Ripley’s first and oldest Believe It or No odditorium where collections include real shrunken human heads, pirates, the world’s smallest production car, the largest operational erector set Ferris Wheel, and The Lizard Man. Over 800 other unique exhibits, artifacts and artwork.

Ripley’s Red Sightseeing Trolley
Half price for locals 12+ of $11.50. Children 6-11 $4.50, 5 and under are free.
170 San Marco Ave.

Takes you around town to historic sites, attractions & the best that Saint Augustine has to offer.

Scenic Cruise of St. Augustine
50% Off when you purchase tickets at the city marina by Bridge of Lions
4125 Coastal Highway

The Victory III cruises the tranquil waters of historic St. Augustine. Morning, afternoon and twilight cruises are available year round. Henry Flagler originally asked Frank Usina to hold oyster roasts for friends and guests staying at his Ponce De Leon Hotel. Frank ferried guests in the Victory to and from North Beach for Minorcan Style dinners, oysters, music, dancing and sightseeing along the Matanzas Bay. During World War II gas rations were approved for the Victory II to take serviceman on sightseeing excursions. Frank and Jack Usina continue the business with the Victory III.

Villa Zorayda Museum
½ price self-guided tour (reg. $10) or website coupon for buy one admission & get one for half price. Free onsite parking all day with admission.
83 King Street.

The Museum is on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1883, it is 1/10th the scale of a section of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. It set a precedent for St. Augustine and began the Moorish Spanish revival of architecture that is seen throughout the city today. On display are collections such as custom made bone china and the "Sacred Cat Rug" over 2400 years old made from the hairs of ancient cats that roamed the Nile River. Taken from a pyramid in Egypt it is said to possess a curse for anyone that walks on it.

Other Discount Opportunities
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