Holiday Fun in St. Augustine ~ Ripley’s Christmas Train & Night of Lights

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Enjoy Saint Augustine’s magical Nights of Lights decorations from Ripley’s Big Red Christmas Train. Enjoy holiday
spirit, classic Christmas music and great family fun on your journey.

Your train ticket will include FREE magical
viewing glasses and admission to Santa’s Village and Toy Workshop, where
children can create holiday crafts, receive a gift from Santa, play games, take
home a cup of snow and enjoy a snack. For an additional $1, you can add a round
of mini golf at “Prancer’s Putt-Putt.”


Dates: Through
January 4. (Closed Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve) Hours:
Sunday – Thursday, 6 to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 6 to 9 p.m.
Cost: $7 for adults, $3 for children 3-11.


Inside Santa’s
, the jolly old elf himself will appear nightly. Fun for kids of
all ages, and free with your Red Train ticket for Nights of

Dates: December 2-3, 9-10, 16-17 & 23-24
from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost: Free with Red Train ticket purchase.

* There are discount tickets for the St. Augustine train in the Enjoy the City book (The Jacksonville one)  but these  holiday prices  are $2 less than those discounted prices.

Bayfront Mini Golf is going all North Pole this year through January 2. Prancer has
taken a break and is enjoying this holiday themed mini golf course. You may even
spot our automated Santa taking a stroke or two. You can add it on to a train
tour for only $1 or pay the regular price and enjoy the holiday version of our
Bayfront mini-golf course.


Florida Resident Appreciation Days runs from
December 1 – 20. All Florida residents will get into ALL of our attractions at
50% off. This includes ghost, trains, museum and golf. Residents must show proof
of residency by presenting either a local photo ID, or a power bill in their

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