Pensacola Vacations & Travel Packages!
Pensacola is a busy sea port on Pensacola Bay in Florida, America. This beautiful beach city has sugar-white sands, emerald waters, hip hop lifestyle and lots of historical and cultural monuments. You will always find this city with its sunny side up and it would not make any difference whether you’re here for vacations, relaxation or camping - for the experience would be just about surreal in each case. You’re also invited to witness the aerobatic maneuvers of US Navy on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings throughout the year.
Places of Interest in Pensacola
Naval Air Station Pensacola
Pensacola has been the home of US Navy since 19th century and it certainly comes as a no surprise that the Naval Air Station here is the single largest employer in the city. The city has a high degree of respect for its military base and the Naval Air Station returns the favor by allowing public access to a certain section of its territory. You can get a glimpse of a military base and other historic memorabilia of bygone era here. You may also find some time nineteenth century haunted fortification of Fort Barrancas and a related site of 150 old aircrafts in the National Museum of Naval Aviation.
Just about the best beach in Pensacola. It is the alpha and the omega of all that a perfect beach may comprise of. It has emerald waters, sugar white sands, beers, sandwiches, volleyballs in addition to restrooms, lifeguards, police, fishing pier and surfer-free areas. You may even find a local food and shopping hotspot, Portofino Boardwalk at a stone’s throw distance. Best part of the deal, a local radio station broadcasts music for the beachgoers during the summers and weekends.
Pensacola Children’s Museum
For your twinkle toes aged twelve years or less, here’s something that they will cherish for the rest of their lives. Pensacola Children’s Museum is a multi-floor museum that helps the kids understand and revisit history of Colonial era. They can even dress up and walk through a Colonial dwelling place, fortress and ship to further their experience. Going further up in the museum, they can explore the history of Native Americans and European explorers leading all the way to Civil War and Industrial Revolution.