T. T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum
330 South Jefferson Street, Pensacola, FL 32502 - United States
The T. T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum is housed in the 1902 Spanish Revival former City Hall. The museum houses three floors of exhibit space displaying Pensacola’s rich heritage. Named after local historian and collector, T. T. Wentworth, Jr. The first floor, Pensacola: City of Five Flags, provides an overview of Pensacola’s long history from pre-contact to modern times. The second floor offers small changing exhibit galleries, such as Pensacola’s Fabulous Festivals. The third floor gallery is a large space for traveling exhibits and events.
The exhibit for Museum Day is on the first floor Pensacola: City of Five Flags. The second floor galleries include: Back By Popular Demand, which houses the beloved petrified cat; Pensacolians and the Civil War; the U. S. Navy; From Dudes to Blue Wahoos: Baseball in Pensacola; and, Pensacola’s Fabulous Festivals. The third floor gallery will be closed for installation.
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