Pensacola Museum of History
The Pensacola Museum of History, Historic Pensacola's flagship museum, is housed in the three-story Mediterranean Revival architecture of the former Pensacola City Hall and was built in 1907. Its symmetrical design is graced with wide overhanging eaves, a red tile roof, an arched entry porch, and a second-story arcade.
The Pensacola Museum of History is a general history museum with galleries dedicated to both permanent and changing exhibits. The first floor host an exhibit on the archaeology, history and preservation of Historic Pensacola as well as the museum store and ticket desk. The second floor houses rotating exhibits, such as Trader Jon's, Queering Spaces: Celebrating Pensacola's LGBTQ+ Community, Cotton Fields to Congress: The Life and Career of Earl Hutto, and the Story of Us: From Curiosity Cabinets to Modern Museums. The third floor current exhibit is Happy Journey: Hank Locklin and Country Music until July 2021.
Tuesday through Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sunday: Noon- 4:00 p.m.
Seniors 65+, Active Military & Dependents, AAA Members, Pensacola Museum of Art Members, and UWF Alumni Association Members: $9
Children (3-14): $5
Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) Cardholder: Free for up to four individuals per EBT card
UWF Students: Free with Nautilus card.
- ADA Compliant
- Reception Capacity: 75