Special Exhibit at Fort Pickens Highlights African American Soldiers Stationed in Pensacola during the Civil War

Seventeen African American soldiers who were integral to the mission of the U.S. Army during the American Civil War are the focus of a special exhibit currently on display at Fort Pickens through May....

2020 Snowbird Beach Bash

Calling all Snowbirds! The Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce and the Santa Rosa Island Authority will host the 6th Annual Snowbird Beach Bash on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020, at Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church....

Five Reasons To Spend Winter On Pensacola Beach

Winter weather shouldn’t be something you have to bear the brunt of while on vacation. It should be something to enjoy and behold. On Pensacola Beach, winter is truly something to behold. So ditch the snow shovel and grab a sand rake instead....

Find Your Own Seashells by the Seashore on Pensacola Beach

Pensacola Beach in winter is a beachcomber’s heaven, providing a unique experience unlike any other time of the year. Many landscapes across the country turn dull and colorless in winter, but not here. Pensacola Beach is at its most vivid during the winter months. When...

Geronimo – Pensacola’s First Major Tourist Attraction

133 years ago this October, a train arrived into the port city of Pensacola, all the way from the wild west, carrying a very famous passenger. His name was Geronimo. He was a legendary Apache warrior and leader. ...

Experience Nature’s Bounty on Pensacola Beach in Fall

When the summer season comes to an end along Pensacola Beach, that’s when you’ll find the locals come out to play. Fall is the perfect time of year here, in my opinion, for many reasons: The beaches are less crowded, space is ample, and the...

Pensacola Beach’s Annual Foodie Festival Moves to October

If your ideal vacation is flip-flops and a fork, we’ll see you on the sugar-white sands of Pensacola Beach this fall for the 12th annual Taste of the Beach!...

Plan Ahead for the 2019 Pensacola Beach Air Show

It's a decades-old Pensacola tradition. Red, White and Blues Week is a continued celebration stemming from the Fourth of July on Pensacola Beach....

Leave No Trace Behind to Help Sea Turtles Thrive on Pensacola Beach

It’s sea turtle nesting season again on Pensacola Beach, and if you’ve been lucky enough to witness firsthand the magic of watching a mother sea turtle laying her eggs in the sand, or the thrill of experiencing a nest hatching, you understand just how rare...

Beach Day Essentials

Needing a beach day soon? Whether you’re a “plan ahead” type or more of a ‘grab-and-go’ person, there are essential items that should always be in your beach bag for a fun day in the sun!...