Historic Pensacola Village

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Looking east down Zaragoza Street into the Village

Historic Pensacola is a collection of 28 historic buildings and museums[1] managed by the UWF Historic Trust, a direct support organization of the University of West Florida. Historic Pensacola is located in Downtown Pensacola, situated between Plaza Ferdinand VII and Seville Square. Parking is available behind the T.T. Wentworth Museum.


Admission is purchased for a week, and includes access to the entire complex including guided tours of several historic buildings. The tour buildings can only be entered on the tour.


The museum complex is open for visitors Tuesday through Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The T.T. Wentworth Museum is also open until 7:00 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and Sundays from noon until 4:00 p.m. for Half Price Evenings and Weekends.


Tickets are relatively inexpensive.

  • Adults - $8.00
  • Senior Citizens 65+, Active Military, and AAA Members - $7.00
  • Children ages 4-16 - $4.00


Historic Pensacola also sells memberships. Members get admission for the year.

  • Individual - $50.00
  • Family/Couple - $75.00

More information is available on their membership page.


Certain buildings can be rented out for special occasions. In particular, Old Christ Church is popular for weddings, and the Museum of Commerce is popular for events and receptions. For other locations and more information, refer to their rental page.


The buildings in the complex include:


The museum complex is largely run by a small UWF staff, some hired UWF students, and many volunteers.


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