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231 San Marco Avenue
St. Augustine  FL  32084  USA
LAT: 29.915081 LONG: -81.32176
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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, St. Augustine Downtown Historic District, FL

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Hotel's Location near St. Augustine Outlets and Attractions

A stay at the Country Inn & Suites in St. Augustine puts you right in the middle of this area's key attractions, including the impressive Castillo de San Marco Spanish Fort and the historic Colonial Spanish Quarter, minutes from this hotel's location. Shoppers appreciate being near St. Augustine Outlets while history buffs can step back in time with stops at the Lightner Museum, featuring relics from the Gilded and Victorian ages, and the Old Florida Museum, chronicling Native American culture in Florida. A variety of tour operators offer pick-up and drop-off service at the hotel for downtown sightseeing, or drive a short distance to nearby attractions like area beaches, the Pirate & Treasure Museum, the Alligator Farm Zoological Park, Ripley's Believe It or Not! and Mission Nombre De Dios.

Visit these attractions near the hotel:

  • Alligator Farm Zoological Park (3.1 miles)
    Enjoy family fun at this zoo, featuring a variety of alligators and crocodiles, plus its newest addition: a zip line that hoists you over animal exhibits and through trees inhabited by tropical birds.
    Phone: +1 (904) 824-3337
  • Castillo de San Marcos Spanish Fort (1.5 miles)
    Explore the Spanish colonization of Florida in the late 1600s as you tour this impressive monument that stands as a testament to early American culture, the development of Colonial-era weaponry and beautifully preserved 17th-century architecture.
    Phone: +1 (904) 829-6506 Ext. 227
  • Colonial Spanish Quarter (1.4 miles)
    For an entertaining way to learn more about St. Augustine, check out the Colonial Spanish Quarter, where you can climb a watchtower for a glimpse of the bay front, handle a 17th-century replica musket and hear stories about early Colonial residents as told by costumed interpreters.
    Phone: +1 (904) 825-6830
  • Lightner Museum (1.7 miles)
    Browse three floors of beautiful examples of clothing, furniture, cut glass and other artifacts of the Gilded and Victorian ages when you visit the Lightner Museum.
    Phone: +1 (904) 824-2874
  • Mission Nombre De Dios (1 mile)
    Your visit to St. Augustine would not be complete without a stop at this 16th-century Spanish church, site of America's first parish Mass and mission.
    Phone: +1 (904) 824-2806
  • Old Florida Museum (0.1 miles)
    Experience life as an early settler when you visit the Old Florida Museum, which offers an exploration of the colonization of Florida through engaging displays and hands-on exhibits.
    Phone: +1 (904) 824-8874
  • Old Town Trolley Tours (0.5 miles)
    See all the key historic sites while aboard a trolley that takes riders on an entertaining journey through the oldest city in America.
    Phone: +1 (904) 829-3800
  • Oldest Wooden School House (1.2 miles)
    Built during Spanish Imperial rule, this 200-year-old school house of red cedar, cypress and wooden pegs offers a glimpse into the past. Check out the displays of utensils and books once used at the school.
    Phone: +1 (888) 653-7245
  • Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park (0.7 miles)
    You could spend an entire day at this 15-acre, waterfront park, site of the oldest continually inhabited European colony in America and Ponce de Leon's "Fountain of Youth." During your visit, enjoy living history exhibits by professional, costumed reenactors, the daily firing of a replica, 16th-century Spanish cannon and beautiful meandering gardens.
    Phone: +1 (904) 829-3168
  • St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum (3.3 miles)
    Browse an extensive collection of World War II artifacts and photos while touring this historic lighthouse, which also boasts an oral history library.
    Phone: +1 (904) 829-0745