Originally built in the early 1900s as City Hall, the Spanish Revival style building now serves the community as the T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum. The museum houses a treasure trove of artifacts displaying West Florida's rich heritage. Named after local historian and collector, T.T. Wentworth, Jr., the museum recently celebrated it's 55th anniversary. The Wentworth Museum offers three floors of exhibit space with permanent exhibits on the first floor and changing exhibits on the second floor. The third floor is a large gallery for traveling exhibits. The Wentworth Museum is part of the Historic Pensacola complex. Admission to the complex is $6.00/adults, $5.00/AAA, Senior 65+, Active Military and Dependents, and $3.00/Children 3-15. Tickets are good for one week.
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Past Changing Exhibit Photo Galleries:
Black Ink The African-American Press in Pensacola
From Hoops to Hips
Current Changing Exhibit Photo Galleries:
Pensacolians and the Civil war
The T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum
Black Ink Exhibit
Pensacolians and the Civil War
Second Floor Exhibit Space
T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Exhibit
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