Make your own history in Historic Pensacola! Weddings, receptions, birthday parties, social gatherings, corporate events and more.
Historic Pensacola operates a number of venues, all located within the historic district of downtown Pensacola. Each venue boasts awe inspiring environments for any gathering. Just as sharing our history includes making these spaces available to the public for special events, preserving our history includes protecting these valuable community assets. All of our registered vendors share that responsibility and commitment. If you would like to work with a vendor that is not on the list, your preferred vendor may download a Vendor Registration Form (PDF) and return it to Casey Campbell, special events coordinator.
Historic Pensacola manages the Voices of Pensacola, the Museum of Commerce and the Pensacola Children's Museum. Guidelines on each of these venues are located on the specific venue pages. Should you be interested in any information regarding Voices of Pensacola or the Museum of Commerce, please contact Casey Campbell for more information. If you are interested in booking a private birthday party at our Pensacola Children's Museum, please email Jim McMillen.
Old Christ Church, Barkley House and Fountain Park are managed by our partners at Great Southern Management. Guidelines on each of these venues are located on the specific venue pages. Additionally, lookbooks and additional venue information can be found on the Great Southern Events webpage. Should you be interested in any information regarding Old Christ Church, Barkley House and/or Fountain Park, or have questions regarding currently scheduled events or would like to book a site visit, please email email@example.com.
Our combined teams remain committed to providing you with an exceptional experience. We thank you for choosing to make your own history in Historic Pensacola.
Fountain Park photo taken by Patsy Brown Photography.
Old Christ Church was built in 1832. It is the oldest masonry church in Florida on its original foundation. Today, Old Christ Church exemplifies the significance of historic preservation and one of Pensacola’s finest examples of rehabilitation.