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Top Things to Do in November in St. Augustine

Things to do in November abound in the Nation's Oldest City. While of course you can still visit attractions and enjoy sightseeing, there are several festivals and events that make November one of the most special times in St. Augustine. From the longest garage sale in Northeast Florida to the famed Nights of Lights, there are so many unique things to do all November long.

Things to do in November include a lineup of community events and festivals.

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Ancient City Auto Club Car Show

Whether you have an antique car or simply enjoy admiring them, you're sure to enjoy this event where dozens of antique, trophy vehicles are on display for viewing. Along with beautiful antique cars, this event features door prizes, a 50/50 raffle drawing, and goodie bags and a car plaque for the first 100 participants. The event is rain or shine. More information.
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Great Chowder Debate

You don't have to be from New England to get in on this fun! The Great Chowder Debate is for anyone who enjoys a bowl of chowder on a cool, breezy afternoon. Join in on the fun while over 30 restaurants compete for the title of "The Best Chowder", featuring bowls of yumminess like Menorcan chowder, clam chowder, non-seafood chowder, and more! More information.
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Holiday Pop-Up Shoppes at Ponte Vedra

Featuring over three dozen unique boutiques all in one location, the Holiday Pop-Up Shoppes is the perfect way to cross off items on your Christmas list while enjoying the beautiful scenery. More information.
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Light Up! Night and Nights of Lights

One super special thing to do in November is to join our community in celebrating the city's grand holiday light display. The Nights of Lights runs from the first Saturday before Thanksgiving through January 31st. Each year during this time, the Historic District is adorned in millions of twinkling lights which is the perfect ambiance for the holidays. Light Up! Night marks the very first night of Nights of Lights and features holiday concerts and the lighting of the Christmas tree in the Plaza de la Constitucion. More information.
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Historic Lincolnville Festival

St. Augustine is the nation's oldest city, and with that comes an extensive history. However, the Historic Lincolnville Festival highlights the history of the Lincolnville area in correlation to African American people. More information
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Scenic A1A Garage Sale

Come one, come all to one of the largest sales in Florida! The Scenic A1A Garage Sale is a 150-mile garage/tag sale with over 100 participating locations that spread across five counties. If you embark on this shopping extravaganza, not only can you find unique treasures from Florida homes you'll also be able to enjoy the scenery of beautiful A1A. More information.
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St. Augustine Festival of Art

Every year during Thanksgiving weekend, hundreds of locals and travelers alike attend the St. Augustine Festival of Art which is hosted by the St. Augustine Art Association. The festival features thousands of original works of art for sale including paintings, pottery, handbags, jewelry, sculptures, woodworks, glass pieces and more. Attendees may also enjoy live music, cultural displays, artist demos, several food truck options, and hands-on activities for children. More information.

Check out this list of ongoing things to do in November.

Below are things to do in November in St. Augustine that take place on a weekly or daily basis. For more weekly and daily events, check out our Events Calendar.

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