Pensacola Pass

Save money and time by purchasing the Pensacola Pass, which is good for 3-days.  

Begin your adventure by picking up your wristbands and vouchers at Go Retro, where you'll want to take the Hop-on Hop-off Tour.  This downtown loop operates Tuesday through Saturday, completing a 45 minute circuit; however, there is lots to do and see in downtown Pensacola.  There are 14 stops, in front of museums, art galleries, memorials, monuments, restaurants, fish market, and retail shops.  At each of these you will want to explore and possibly pick up where you left off the previous day because you'll be given over $100 in coupons.  Be sure to visit the Historic Pensacola Village, which with your voucher, you can explore its four museums, period houses, and old village; at another stop is the Quina House, which is the oldest still on its original foundations, and a self-guided tour of St. Michael's Cemetery, which boosts of the grave of Confederate Secretary of the Navy, Stephen R. Mallory.  

At your own pace and with your car, you can take your Dolphin Cruise from Pensacola Beach.  This motorized tour is two hours and goes approximately 20 miles.  Dolphins commonly are seen.  

Also, by car, you will want to use your pass to climb the 177 steps to the top of the Pensacola Lighthouse and look at the historic displays inside the museum.  If you see a ghost, don't worry.  The place is known to be haunted.  

Lastly, check out the National Naval Aviation Museum.  This first class facility is crammed full of vintage airplanes and more recent ones.  There also are artifacts, spacecraft, simulators, big screen movie theater, Bob Hope exhibit, and historic pub.  Your pass wristband will get you a simulator ride, and complimentary popcorn with a big screen movie theater purchase.  

Tour holders additionally get the option to purchase a Go Retro Ghost and Graveyards Tour for a 25% discount.  This tour is the most popular evening tour.  It is for mature, adult audiences Learn more about the five types of hauntings that are present here.  


Pensacola Pass


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