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Visit Pensacola

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Visit Pensacola serves as the destination marketing organization for Pensacola, Pensacola Beach, and Perdido Key. Staff assists planners with meeting preparation and encourages business travelers and visitors alike to visit the city's historic, cultural and recreational sites. The bureau's strategic advertising and sales campaign serves to promote the area as a year-round destination for leisure and business travel, which in turn has a significant effect on the long-term development of the Pensacola Bay Area community. Through advertising placed and promotions initiated through Visit Pensacola, toll-free lines and the website invite callers to request a complimentary packet of information about the area. Inquiries are tracked to aid with planning future advertising and marketing strategies. Visit Pensacola is located in Wayside Park, and is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon.-Fri.; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat.; and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sun.Ê

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Meeting Rooms
grand ballroom
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 5000
  • Recurring monthly on the 3rd Saturday until December 16, 2017
Plaza Ferdinand (Flagpole, in the center of plaza)

Come celebrate Florida becoming an U.S. Territory, where the original ceremony took place on July 17, 1821 . The Jacksonian Guard is a Pensacola re-enactment group of Jacksonian era and Spanish soldiers, fifers, and drummers who perform a Colors Ceremony once a month, every third Saturday at 12 noon, in… Read More...

  • Recurring weekly on Tuesday until February 28, 2017
Visit Pensacola

Heather Mitchell demonstrates colored pencil and scratchboard drawings. Heather Mitchell grew up in Hawaii, and spent several years in California before moving to the Gulf Coast. Living most of her life near the water, she appreciates the beautiful natural environment of Pensacola. She draws… Read More...

  • January 26, 2017
Visit Pensacola

Pensacola Opera's Artists in Residence will perform some well-known opera melodies during the Pop Up Performances. These short performances take place just before the start of Beach Bum Trolley’s Historic Pensacola Tours. Stop by for the Opera and jump on a trolley tour afterwards! Pop up Opera performances are free… Read More...

One of Pensacola's Celeberity Chef, Irv Miller will be signing his new cookbook “Panhandle to Pan: Recipes and Stories of Florida’s New Redneck Riviera”. “Panhandle to Pan: Recipes and Stories of Florida’s New Redneck Riviera,” takes readers on a culinary journey through this… Read More...

  • February 9, 2017
Visit Pensacola

Pensacola Opera's Artists in Residence will perform some well-known opera melodies during the Pop Up Performances. These short performances take place just before the start of Beach Bum Trolley’s Historic Pensacola Tours. Stop by for the Opera and jump on a trolley tour afterwards! Pop up Opera performances are free… Read More...

  • February 28, 2017
Downtown Pensacola

All welcome to have the last hurrah before Lent, Procession officially begins when Palafox and Government Streets will host the biggest Mardi Gras Street Party this side of Bourbon Street. No charge to join the fun! Read More...

  • March 2, 2017
Visit Pensacola

Pensacola Opera's Artists in Residence will perform some well-known opera melodies during the Pop Up Performances. These short performances take place just before the start of Beach Bum Trolley’s Historic Pensacola Tours. Stop by for the Opera and jump on a trolley tour afterwards! Pop up Opera performances are free… Read More...

  • March 4, 2017
Bayview Park

The Bayou Hills Run, presented by Creative Learning Academy is a family-friendly 10K-5K and Kids 1 Mile Run in Bayview Park. The Bayou Hills Run is one of the area's only 10K and is a wonderful challenge through the hills of East Hill in Pensacola. Read More...

  • Recurring weekly on Thursday until March 23, 2017
Visit Pensacola

Heather Mitchell demonstrates colored pencil and scratchboard drawings. Heather Mitchell grew up in Hawaii, and spent several years in California before moving to the Gulf Coast. Living most of her life near the water, she appreciates the beautiful natural environment of Pensacola. She draws… Read More...