T.T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum

The T.T. Wentworth is filled with artwork, artifacts, antique photographs and hands-on Discovery Gallery for children. This elaborate Renaissance Revival building was the height of architectural fashion when it was built as Pensacola's City Hall. Its symmetrical design is graced with wide overhanging eaves, a red tile roof, an arched entry porch, and a second-story arcade. Rotating exhibits portray West Florida's history, architecture, and archaeology.


Site Type

Museum, Museum of History