Museums & Historic Properties

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To download our site map see Historic Pensacola Site Map.

We look forward to your visit. We hope you enjoy exploring our museums and properties as you experience all that Historic Pensacola has to offer.

Historic Pensacola encompasses 8 1/2 acres and 30 properties, 12 of which are open to the public. As you experience our site, you'll see examples of a range of architectural styles including Mediterranean Revival, Renaissance Revival, Greek Revival, Classical Revival, French Creole, and Folk Victorian.

In addition to architectural style, you will also see these properties interpreted in a variety of time periods, such as Colonial, Victorian and 1920s Pensacola, through furnishings and other artifacts from our collection of more than 150,000 artifacts of historical and antiquarian interest to the City of Pensacola, Escambia County and West Florida. You will also get to interact with our living history interpreters who bring history to life.

Museum Construction: There will be construction at several of our spaces this summer. We apologize for the inconvenience. Pardon our progress as we make improvements to some spaces and restore others:

  • Dorr House
  • Julee Cottage, set to reopen the week of July 29
  • Lavalle Cottage, set to reopen the week of July 29
  • Lavalle Kitchen House, set to reopen the week of July 29
  • Lear/Rocheblave House, set to reopen the week of July 29
  • Museum of History third floor gallery, set to open in August 2024

Zaragoza Street Work: 

The City of Pensacola will begin improvements to the sidewalks and roadway on Zaragoza Street with intermittent road closures in Historic Pensacola Village starting Monday, July 8. The construction, which aims to enhance the safety and accessibility of Zaragoza Street in Historic Pensacola Village, will include a raised pedestrian crossing at the Tivoli High House to the Village proper, curb extensions along the south side of the street, Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant sidewalks, and bollard installation at both ends of Zaragoza Street. There may be visitor impacts due to construction noise and intermittent sidewalk and street closures. The project is expected to be completed in October, weather permitting.