City of St. Augustine: Nights of Lights
Nights of Lights Celebration Includes New Traditions
Visit the city to enjoy the lights and the sites
More than something to see; It's something to do.
Be a part of the Nights of Lights
The City of St. Augustine

Statue of Ponce de Leon and the Old Market located in the Plaza de la Constitucion at dusk during the Nights of Lights.

The Nights of Lights:
Visit the city to enjoy the lights and the sites

It’s a great time to visit

There's never a bad time to visit St. Augustine, but there's something special about visiting during the Nights of Lights.

Before the holidays, you'll want to shop in the hundreds of area gift shops and specialty stores.

During the holidays, there's not a better place to spend time with friends and family at dinner or a day of sightseeing.

After the holidays, many lodging establishments have special rates that make it easy to enjoy the Nation’s Oldest City.

Before you arrive make your plans by visiting these helpful resources

St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce

St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and the Beaches


St. Augustine Record

The City of St. Augustine’s City Hall is also the home to Lightner Museum and one of the most prominently decorated buildings during the Nights of Lights.





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