Discover St. Andrews
St. Andrews is actually located within Panama City – not the Beach – and sits directly on the St. Andrews Bay. The bay and the surrounding area was officially added to some of the original maps of Florida that date back to 1513. The first European settlement was founded in the area in the early 1830’s and had a thriving shipping, boat building and salt industry until 1927 when it was annexed into Panama City.
Go for a walk and take in the sights, the sounds & the shops of St Andrews!
Make sure to visit these great shops, restaurants and attractions the next time that you visit Historic St. Andrews. All of these business are great supporters of the Panama City Visitor’s Map and we’re glad to have all of them on our site.
Bay Art and Frame
Locally owned and operated for over 40 years. Custom award-winning in-house framing. Paintings and works of art by local, nationally renowned artists. Portrait work showcasing area landmarks and coastal regions. Mon–Fri 9–5 and Sat 12–3.
Bay Art and Frame
Destination Panama City
A VISIT FLORIDA Certified Travel Information Center that provides a one-stop resource for planning your Panama City vacation. Our information specialists can help with directions and destination information. Come by and take a photo at the official photo booth! #PContheBay.
Unique Treasures for over 25 years. A delightful mixture of vintage, repurposed, antique and new, home decor, furniture, coastal chic, fossils, jewelry and coins. Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan. Estate liquidation services. Open Mon–Sat.
Little Village is a waterfront shopping and entertainment venue located in historic St Andrews. A place where you can trade in the sun and sand for shade and serenity. At Little Village you can find items from around the world and from local artists. Much of our inventory comes from fair trade companies that pay above average wages to the craftsmen and give back to improving the living conditions of their communities.
Proudly serving fresh Mexican cuisine and great steaks for over 40 years. Relocated on Lake Ware, in Historic St. Andrews, Los Antojitos offers it all, from traditional Mexican dishes to unique culinary delights. Everything is made fresh daily, no frozen chain food sold here! Extensive margarita menu and live music. Open Monday–Saturday for Lunch and Dinner.
The Mariner’s Daughter Pub & Emporium
Craft beer, fine wines and delicious concoctions along with live entertainment. The Emporium is a great place to shop for Coastal Art and Decor, Seashells, Mermaids and Nautical things.
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Native Spirit Museum & Gallery
Museum is free to the public and showcases pre-Columbian shell, bone, stone and clay artifacts. Gallery features Native American & Native American-styled artwork from around the country.
St. Andrews Publishing Museum
Constructed about 1920 by George Mortimer West in the heart of Historic St. Andrews. Beautifully restored in 2008, it is now home to local historic displays and the building’s original printing equipment.
Reef Runner Sailing
Reef Runner Sailing, established in 1999 and based out of St. Andrews Marina, is an American Sailing Association accredited sailing school offering sailing instruction for the beginning to experienced sailor. In addition to sailing classes, we offer a variety of sailing experiences including day sails, sunset cruises, eco-tours, and charters.
St. Andrews Waterfront Market
Every Saturday morning from 8:00am-1:00pm. There are plenty of vendors with great items to choose from including fruit & vegetables, arts & crafts, jewelry, and much, much more. Enjoy live music as you shop and spend your Saturday morning in Historic St. Andrews. Located on the Smith Yacht Basin.
Sunjammers in St Andrews offers Hobie kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards along with the trendiest clothing for Men and Women for both on and off the water. Yeti Products, Sunglasses, Olukai Footwear, local books and of course #KeepStAndrewsSalty merchandise.
Two Sisters Custom Designs
Gift shop featuring fun and unique items. Fashion accessories, wine, and artwork by local artists. Great gift baskets, too! All in a warm, hospitable setting.
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Historic home converted to waterfront restaurant offers contemporary menu in a relaxed family atmosphere. Kick back and enjoy the view from one of our bayfront decks. Lunch, dinner and the area’s finest handcrafted beers. Live music and fabulous martinis on the top deck. Uncle Ernie’s is open Tuesday–Sunday.
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