Pensacola Travel Guide

PensacolaLocated just east of the Alabama state line, Pensacola is a city of narrow brick streets, buildings with balconies, attractive plaza gardens and landscaped fountains.

Some of Pensacola’s attractions include the Seville Square Historic District, site of Pensacola’s first permanent Spanish settlement; the Historic Pensacola Village; the Civil War Soldiers Museum; the Wildlife Rescue and Sanctuary and the Science and Space Theater.

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The Big Lagoon State Recreation Area is a 698-acre lagoon including wetlands, salt marshes, sandy beaches and wonderful wildlife viewing. There is an observation tower which provides a panoramic view of the park and lagoon and Gulf Islands National Seashore.