Pensacola's Historic District

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Historic District Apr 25, 2008
The Pensacola Historic District, located between Bayfront Parkway, Tarragona, Romana and Cevallos Streets, contains 22 historic buildings and a museum. It is owned by the University of West Florida. You will also find this area referred to as the Seville Historic District. It is open from 10 am to 4 pm Monday through Saturday. Admission, which is good for one week, Adults $6.00, Senior Citizens 65+, Active Military, and AAA Members - $5.00, Children ages 4-16 - $2.50, and University of West Florida students, faculty, and staff – free. Guided tours take you through several of the nicely restored buildings. The buildings in the complex include the T. T. Wentworth Museum, Bowden Building, Weaver’s Cottage, Tivoli High House, Julee Cottage, Lavalle House, Lear-Rocheblave House, Old Christ Church, and the Dorr House.
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