This historic village consists of 20 properties in the National Register Historic District, ten of which are interpreted ... More
Historic Pensacola Village
This historic village consists of 20 properties in the National Register Historic District, ten of which are interpreted facilities open to the public, and they also feature a collection of approximately 67,000 antique and historic objects such as kitchenware, military objects, tools, furniture, books, period clothing, automotive items, radios, and machinery.
Beautiful setting in downtown, free parking, admission only $6 for week with viewing of 7 museum buildings which include a kids hands on learning gallery & interactive displays.
Good for all ages.
Costumed guides demonstrate life skills of 1800s.
Active archelogical digs of old fort, shipwreck and other buildings at times.
Frequent music and art festivals in the parks throughout the year but mainly in the fall.
Gifts and snacks at resonable price but restaurants a bit expensive so budget minded bring picnic lunch.
Plan to spend 3-4 hours there.
Great for mornings or afternoon before (or after) the beach.
Its Florida, so hot in mid summer - best Sept - May
Open M-Sat 10-4pm
Down sides are it is closed on Sunday & State holiday (4th, memorial)
The Old Christ Church museum is sometimes closed for weddings on Saturday.
During school year there are school groups on some mornings.
I'm really surprised by the negative reviews; we really liked our visit (this includes an 8 year old). It's only $6 for Pete's sake! They have recreated a 1800's village; there are 10 homes each from different periods and from different backgrounds you can tour through with a docent with loads of interesting facts. The house of the first freed slave woman, some ship captain's home, queen anne's, french creole, etc. This was also cool because it showed how we progressed in comfort over the ages in the kitchen and otherwise. There are live historical people who show you how people in those days cooked outside, wove baskets. In the museum we all got to use an old printing press and made our own card.
Centrally located in downtown P'cola--no parking problems. Entrance fee is too much for what they have to offer, but there are occasional free days. The University of West Florida makes a big deal about it's involvement with the historic village, but there's just not much there to do or see.
this is something you do not want to drag you r kids do. You walk areound in the heat and look at old things. This might be okay for people who arre older but ages 9-17 most likely will hate it. This is a definate snoozefest!!!
this histoic village is well kept a place your family would want to visit with walk in exsibits and memorobelia dating back to the 1600's . a ture day of fun you can also see the way people used to live at the La Valle house come see this wonderful museums!
This amusement park is a wonderfully built recreation complex which offers bumper boats, go karts, a miniature golf course, and
a wide variety of amusement rides. A full service, family friendly restaurant is also on site.
Children and adults of all ages will enjoy the four exciting go kart tracks located at this amusement center that
also features a state of the art game room and a snack bar offering delicious food and refreshments.
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