Museum from Home

If you need assistance, please email historictrust@uwf.edu for fastest response. 

We are happy to report we have returned to normal operations at the Pensacola Museum of History, Pensacola Children's MuseumPensacola Museum of Art, the Museum of Commerce, the Museum of IndustryJulee Cottage, Old Christ Church, Manual Barrios Cottage, and the John Appleyard Storytelling Cottage.

Our unified tickets are good for all open museums in the complex including the Museum of Commerce, the Museum of Industry, the Julee Cottage, Old Christ Church, and the John Appleyard Storytelling Cottage in Historic Pensacola Village; the Pensacola Museum of History, the Pensacola Children's Museum, and the Pensacola Museum of Art

Our Hilton-Green Research Library is now open for appointments only. Our curatorial staff is setting appointments. Please complete the research form stating your research topic so that our staff can prepare and then email HParchives@uwf.edu for appointment. Purchase your $5.00 admission to the Hilton-Green Research Library. To ensure the safety of our staff, we are limiting transactions to online only.   

 

Please enjoy these resources staff created during our COVID-19 closures. 

Children's Resources

Our Pensacola Children's Museum educator is creating fun At Home Projects to download and do with your children.

Calling all future museum curators! Check out 5 Fun At-Home Make-a-Museum activities for Kids

Create a COVID-19 Journal for Kids while you are at home. Don't forget to share with our Archives so that children in the future can see what it was like to be a child of 2020.

Download and color  PCM Coloring Sheets

Social Media 

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Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see 15-minute John Appleyard Reflecting on Pensacola History videos. 

VEX Views, our Historic Pensacola blog

Historic Pensacola employs student workers as our Visitor Experience Associates. During our closure, many of these front line staff are writing blog posts sharing their experiences of working in Historic Pensacola. Read our blog today.