• Learn why Andrew Jackson is Pensacola's favorite Tennesseean.  From conquering general to first governor, you will get to explore battlefield sites and relive the exciting days of the American conquest of Florida.  Click the image for more information.    

  • See the development of Pensacola through its architecture.  Every city has its own story, but few can trace its development from so many countries, nationalities, and disasters as Pensacola. These diverse influences have been evident in the city's architecture, and distinguishing patterns have emerged.  Who were the protagonists, and was there a "downtown conspiracy"?  See how we got here.  From designing houses, buildings, and a community, local architect, Scott Sallis, relates this fascinating story.  Click the image for more information.

  • Oh, if the sand could talk....Do you know that Pensacola Beach has more stories than any in Florida?  Go Retro shares some of the best.  You also get a guided tour of Ft. Pickens.  Lastly, visit the museum at the fort.  Tour origination and return is at the Pensacola Beach Visitors' Center or Go Retro depot.  Book online or call 850-466-5220.    

  • Don't be a Scrooge. Get into the Christmas spirit. Experience some of the best lights of the season in various places around town. Leave the driving to us, and we'll take you on a Christmas lights tour that you won't forget. We'll even have some eggnog for you.

  • Rediscover Pensacola during the Civil War.  Learn how the war almost began here.  See why it became the most militarized and hotly contested city in Florida. Visit the battle lines. View how events unfolded. Narrated by local historian, Wesley Odom, this story comes alive with remarkable clarity, action, and strategy.  There is a walking portion also.  Click the image for more information.  

  • Haunted houses, old cemeteries, and tragic deaths—Pensacola has plenty in its over 300 years of history.  After interviewing eyewitnesses, reviewing withered documents, and capturing some modern footage, we have uncovered some of the best stories.  If you want "adult spooky", this is place.  No one will be able to take you closer to death!  Click the image for more information.  

  • Explore who haunts St. John's Cemetery at 301 N. G St in this walking tour.    

  • From Pensacola Beach to the mainland, see some of the best historic landmarks and hear the folklore that define this community.  This tour includes walking portions at the Wall South, Ft. George, and extensive tour of a 19th century historic village and museums.

  • Hit the highlights of historic downtown Pensacola in a 45 minute loop with 14 stops.  Visit the nearby museums, monuments, shops, and restaurants.  Stay as long as you like.  Then re-board the bus to continue your journey.  Also, cash in with the over $100 in discounts or give-aways for anyone with a Go Retro fare wristband at the attractions along the way.  

  • Monuments, buildings, businesses--every community has them.  Pensacola is no different.  Nativeson, Dr. Bill Spain reveals the stories behind Pensacola's landmarks that will impress and entertain anyone.  This is Go Retro's most popular tour!  Click the image for more information.  

  • Pensacola's connections with the U.S. Navy are many.  From fledging Navy Yard to largest Naval training facilities in the world, Go Retro's tour shares some of the best stories on and off Naval Air Station Pensacola.  

  • Explore Pensacola’s first “upscale neighborhood”—North Hill.  Learn why it's one of Pensacola's hidden gems.  Not only will you drive by these beautiful homes, but you'll be able to go inside them with our virtual technology.  Click for more information.    

  • Walk down one of the “Top 10 Great Streets of America”.  Visit some of the premier restaurants that characterize this unique community and sample some of their dishes.  


  • Experience the ultimate séance in Pensacola. Rarely offered and limited to twelve seats, this tour includes beverages and a session at a private, candlelit Victorian home with an experienced psychic.  It also includes a ghost hunting session.

  • Weddings, birthday parties, reunions, teams, and special VIP transportation around town--Go Retro can accommodate many requests.  Give us a call to see if we can meet your local needs.  

  • No place in Florida has had such a notorious Red Light District than Pensacola.  Years ago, sailors were the first to recognize this, describing it as a “good” port.  The evolution of the oldest profession in Pensacola includes infamous characters and utterly bizarre stories.  It is the most comprehensive and entertaining look at a largely taboo subject.  This journey is “R” rated and no persons under 17 will be admitted without accompanied adult.  You’ll be glad you cruised “the Line”!  (68 minutes)  Click the image for more details.

  • When prostitution was outlawed by Florida in 1943, where did the hookers go?  Go Retro relates the "rest of the story" with interviews and stories that will underscore the dangers of the oldest profession.

  • Rediscover colonial Pensacola--the capital of British West Florida.  See why Spain and American Rebels wanted the British out of Florida.  Review British fortifications and strategy.  Relive the courageousness of Spanish General Bernardo de Gálvez.  View how and where the battle unfolded.  See for yourself why it was the Longest Siege of the American Revolution.  Narrated by Wesley Odom, who won two national awards for his book on the subject, the story is so real, you’ll almost smell the gunpowder. (100 minutes) Click image for more details.  

  • Designed for children 5-11 years of age, this age appropriate journey explores an old Pensacola legend.  Entertaining, suspenseful, and humorous, it fosters excellent, practical discussion points afterwards.  Click the image for more information. 

  • For those who have their own bus or have a group too large for Go Retro's 20 passenger buses, consider taking advantage of Go Retro's Walk-on service.