Travel to St Johns Town Center™
The 1.2 million-square-foot St. Johns Town Center represents the heart of shopping and dining in Jacksonville, Florida. With more than 150 retailers and restaurants, the lifestyle center is great for families, group tours, romantic nights on the town and serious shopping.
St. Johns Town Center is home to the hottest retailers from Target to Tiffany & Co. and just about everything in between. Offering something for everyone, the center has discounters such as DSW Shoe Warehouse and Old Navy to the palm-lined streets of the Luxury Collection of St. Johns Town Center which includes brands including Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, Omega and Mayors.
The diverse palate is also represented with Italian, American, Tex-Mex, seafood and more including The Cheesecake Factory, The Capital Grille, Mitchell’s Fish Market, J. Alexander’s, PF Chang’s, China Bistro, Cantina Laredo and Ted’s Montana Grill. Conveniently located in Jacksonville’s Southside neighborhood, “The Town Center,” as called by locals, is easily accessible to I-95, I-295 and J. Turner Butler Boulevard and halfway between Downtown and the beaches. St. Johns Town Center is more than a mall. It truly is a destination!
STAY & PLAY
Where to Play
At 848 square miles, Jacksonville is the largest city in the continental United states offering an array of activities from it’s beaches, downtown, cultural attractions, parks and, of course, fantastic shopping and culinary experiences. As the River City by the Sea, Jacksonville is known for its waterways from surfing and sunning on the 21 miles of expansive beaches to boating and fishing on the Intracoastal Waterway and St. Johns River and kayaking the vistas of the marshes and lakes of the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve and the city’s collection of state parks.Cultural opportunities abound as well with diverse museums and performing arts centers. Wander through the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Jacksonville and Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens or enjoy a performance from the renowned Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra or historic Florida Theatre for some inspiration and creativity.Golf is king in Northeast Florida. The region is home to more than 70 public and private golf courses just waiting to be played, the World Golf Hall of Fame, PGA TOUR and the game’s “fifth major,” THE PLAYERS Championship and its infamous 17th island green.
Where to StayAfter a long day of retail therapy, find a place to unwind, rest your head and be refreshed for another day in Jacksonville. The onsite Homewood Suites by Hilton at Jacksonville South/St. JohnsTown Center has 119 guestrooms all within steps of the shops and restaurants of St. Johns Town Center. Staying elsewhere? Many local hotels have St. Johns Town Center shuttles and “shop and stay” value packages to make your hotel booking a breeze including nearby hotels and resorts such as Sheraton Jacksonville Hotel, Marriott Jacksonville, One Ocean Resort, Sawgrass Marriott and Ponte Vedra Inn & Club.
In addition, St. Johns Town Center is served by the Jacksonville Transportation Authority SS6 bus line with two covered bus shelters.Motorcoach and group tours are always welcome at St. Johns Town Center and are encouraged to register with the Mall Management Office to receive mall directories for their groups.
Motorcoaches are asked to drop off and pick up near DSW Shoe Warehouse, at the Dillard’s south entrance or across the street from the valet stand by The Capital Grille/Mitchell’s Fish Market. Buses may then park in the exterior parking lot behind Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Located where I-95 and I-10 meet, St. Johns Town Center is within a short drive of many nearby cities including Brunswick, St. Simons and Sea Islands, Savannah, Daytona Beach, Gainesville, Tallahassee and the Florida Panhandle. Spend the day in the oldest city in America, St. Augustine www.floridashistoriccoast.com, just a 40 minute drive from the center. Drink from the famous Fountain of Youth www.fountainofyouthflorida.com discovered by Ponce de Leon. Climb the 219 steps to the top of the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum www.staugustinelighthouse.com. Take tour of the 450+ year old fortress, the Castillo de San Marcos www.nps.gov/casa/index.htm. Take a tour and experience a wine tasting at San Sebastian Winerywww.sansebastianwinery.com
HOW TO GET HERE
I. Airport/North – from Jacksonville International Airport, take Airport Road to I-95 South. Take J. Turner Butler Blvd. Exit east toward the Beaches. Take Gate Parkway exit, turn left. Turn right on Town Center Pkwy and St. Johns Town Center will be on your right beginning at Big Island Dr.
II. Downtown - Take the Main Street Bridge to I-95 South. Take J. Turner Butler Blvd. exit east toward the Beaches. Take Gate Parkway exit, turn left. Turn right on Town Center Pkwy and St. Johns Town Center will be on your right beginning at Big Island Dr.
III. South – Drive north on I-95. Take J. Turner Butler Blvd. exit east toward the Beaches. Take Gate Parkway exit, turn left. Turn right on Town Center Pkwy and St. Johns Town Center will be on your right beginning at Big Island Dr.
IV. East – From the Beaches, drive west on J. Turner Butler Blvd. Take I-295 North exit toward the Airport. First exit on I-295 is Town Center Pkwy. Turn left off exit ramp and St. JohnsTown Center will be on your left.
V. West – Drive I-10 East to I-95 South. Take I-95 South to J. Turner Butler Blvd. exit east toward the Beaches. Take Gate Parkway exit, turn left. Turn right on Town Center Pkwy andSt. Johns Town Center will be on your right beginning at Big Island Dr.
VI. Major Interstate Intersection à Best Interstate Exit à Major Road Intersection à Major Landmarks – St. Johns Town Center is conveniently located in the heart of Jacksonvillebetween J. Turner Butler Blvd., Gate Parkway and I-295.
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