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Sites & Monuments

UWF Historic Trust manages a collection of sites and monuments in both downtown Pensacola and Milton, Florida. The sites and monuments add another dimension to the Historic Pensacola experience.


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Fountain Park is a picturesque park near Seville Square.
Fountain Park

Fountain Park

Fountain Park was donated by the Fleming Family in the 1980s. Decorative panels around the fountain highlight scenes from Pensacola's history. The Fountain Park is rented for weddings and festivals.

Location

Zaragoza St
Pensacola, FL 32502 


A picture of museum plaza
Museum Plaza

Museum Plaza

This picturesque park, located behind the Pensacola Museum of History, opened in 2019. Museum Plaza includes an outdoor education center featuring a covered stage and seating area ideal for presentations, performances, lectures and other outdoor activities. It also included the Early Childhood Education Playground and the Commanding Officers Compound. Museum Plaza is rented for weddings and festivals.

Location

Behind the Pensacola Museum of History
Zaragoza St
Pensacola, FL 32502 


The Commanding Officers Compound is one stop along the Colonial Archaeological Trail in downtown Pensacola. The compound once contained structures used by the officers within the Spanish Fort San Miguel. There are seven other locations along the self guided Colonial Archaeological Trail.
Commanding Officers' Compound

Colonial Archaeological Trail

The Colonial Archaeolgoical Trail presents evidence of the forts and buildings that existed in Pensacola between 1752 and 1821. Outdoor exhibits include kitchen sites, buildings, trash pits, and wells. Visitors can explore Pensacola's archaeological story on the self guided trail throughout Historic Pensacola.

Hours of Operation

 

Location

Historic Pensacola


 

Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site in Milton, FL represents the largest 19th-century water-powered industrial complex in northwest Florida.
Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site

Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site

Arcadia Mill provides visitors with the opportunity to explore northwest Florida's largest antebellum water-powered industrial complex. Arcadia Mill is located in Milton, Florida and consists of a 37-acre archaeological site that includes a Visitor's Center and Museum, newly renovated outdoor Discovery Pavilion, an elevated boardwalk with interpretive signage, hiking trails, and picnic area.

 

Hours of Operation

Friday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

 

Location

5709 Mill Pond Lane
Milton, FL 32583


Living History in Historic Pensacola Village
Historic Pensacola Village Living History program

Historic Pensacola Village

Historic Pensacola Village provides visitors with the opportunity to explore Colonial and Victorian Pensacola through guided tours, self guided museums, and living history demonstrations. Curently not doing guided tours due to COVID-19 social distancing requirements. 

Hours of Operation

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 10:00-4:00

Location

205 E Zaragoza St
Pensacola, FL