The Pensacola Museum of Art presents engaging cross-disciplinary exhibitions, educational programming, and stewards a growing collection of modern and contemporary art of the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries. The museum aims to promote the understanding and appreciation of art and ideas to audiences in the Northwest Florida region and beyond. We endeavor to create dialogue between university and community audiences by engendering experiences of joy, discovery, and creativity through diverse perspectives, and the transdisciplinary interactions of art, culture, the humanities, science, and technology.
The museum is a general history museum with galleries dedicated to both permanent and changing exhibits. Housed in the three-story Mediterranean Revival architecture of the former Pensacola City Hall, built in 1907, the museum is a highlight of the Historic Pensacola self-guided tour.
New to Historic Pensacola, this multicultural center, opened in 2014, highlights the diversity of the city through dynamic exhibits representative of the cultural groups that have shaped Pensacola history.
Gateway to Historic Pensacola’s guided tours and living history demonstrations in the Historic Pensacola Village, the structure was reconstructed from photographic and archaeological evidence from the original 1805 Tivoli House, which was once a boarding and gaming house and tavern.