Nearby Attractions

Downtown Pensacola

Historic Downtown Pensacola sits on Palafox Street and boasts a collection of restaurants, bars, and boutique shops. As you walk down Palafox Street, guests can admire the historic city parks and 19th century buildings. The Pensacola Bay area was first founded by Spanish sailor Don Tristan de Luna in 1559, making it the first European settlement in the New World.

Flora-Bama Bar

Located on the Florida and Alabama state line, the Flora-Bama bar is the most famous beach bar in the country. Known for its incredible live music across five different stages, guests can enjoy drinking and dancing in this multi-level venue. The Flora-Bama Bar is open to guests of all ages during the day, but restricted to guests 18 or older after 6pm.

Joe Patti’s Seafood Market

Looking to cook some incredible seafood while on vacation? Look no further than Joe Patti’s Seafood Market. Known for having the freshest seafood around, Joe Patti’s offers a wide array of selections, including Gulf Coast favorites like red snapper, shrimp, oysters and more.

Dolphin Cruises with the Cold Mil Fleet

The Cold Mil Fleet offers one of the best family-friendly activities for anyone looking to enjoy one of our favorite local residents, the bottlenose dolphin. Guests will enjoy a 90 minute cruise on a 50-foot Cold Mil boat. While there are several dolphin cruise options nearby, we recommend the Cold Mil fleet because of their unique DOUBLE SURF cruise — two boats will cruise side-by-side creating a wave that dolphins LOVE to jump in.

Pirate Cruises

Aspiring pirates will love this experience! Kids will have the opportunity to act like pirates, get their faces painted, defend the pirate ship in a battle, sing pirate songs, hear true stories of the pirates from Perdido Bay, and hunt for lost treasure. What more could you ask for?

Parks at OWA

Visit the award-winning theme park and brand new indoor water park at OWA. The theme park includes 23 rides and attractions, including roller coasters, a flying carousel, a haunted mansion and more. The water park features slides, a surf simulator, and a wave-pool coming later this year. More than just theme parks, OWA also offers restaurants, dining, and shopping.

Concerts at The Wharf

The Wharf Amphitheater is an open-air venue that hosts some of the most incredible concerts and tours in the country. Known as one of the best and largest live entertainment venues on the Gulf Coast, The Wharf hosts some of the best performers including country, hip hop, and rock n roll musicians.

Blue Angels Practice

The U.S. Navy Blue Angels is a flight demonstration squad that showcases the teamwork and professionalism of the US Navy and Marine Corps. The world-famous Blue Angles are stationed at NAS Pensacola and practice their flight routines March-September on Tuesday mornings at 10:30am. Locals know that anyone can get a front-row view of the show from the Blue Angel Parkway Walmart and Target parking lot.

Blue Wahoo Baseball

Enjoy a baseball game with our local minor league baseball team, the Blue Wahoos! Games are played at the beautiful Admiral Fetterman Field located right on Pensacola Bay. Don’t miss the Thursday night games when the team transforms into their alter-ego, the Pensacola Mullets, to celebrate one of the most storied and respected hairstyles in the Gulf Coast.

AMC Classic Wharf 15 Movie Theater

Catch the latest new releases at the AMC Classic Wharf 15. Located in Orange Beach within The Wharf, this is a perfect rainy day activity.

Pensacola Children’s Museum

The Pensacola Children’s Museum is a kid-friendly, interactive gallery where guests can explore 450 years of Pensacola history. With six different exhibits, kids of all ages will have fun with hands-on learning and activities.