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National Naval Aviation Museum
Pensacola Naval Aviation Museum, home of the famous Blue Angels, is located within a few miles of your vacation rental. It features 350,000 square feet of displays and is one of the world’s largest museums. This facility boasts more than 150 amazingly restored aircraft representing Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard Aviation. What’s better than that…..they have a new expansion, Hangar Bay One which displays aircraft of the post WWII era which includes the presidential helicopter, Marine One! The Naval Air Museum also has 3D and HD flight simulators, IMAX giant screen theater and the new Virtual Carrier Flight Deck. While you are there, grab some lunch at the Cubi Bar Café and don’t forget to visit the Museum Store where you can shop for your souvenirs!
Visit the World Famous Flora-Bama Lounge for great food and dancing. The Flora-Bama also hosts The Interstate Mullet Toss, Frank Brown’s International Songwriters Festival every November and the Annual Flora-Bama Polar Bear Dip on New Years Day!
The Wharf Marina - Orange Beach, Alabama
The Wharf, Orange Beach has plenty of fun things to do. Enjoy the 9600 capacity Amphitheater or view a movie on one of the 15-screens at Rave Theater, you can expect a uniquely pleasure-filled experience. Live concerts with some of the biggest names in music, a brightly lit, 112 foot tall ferris wheel, locally-owned boutiques along with casual and fine dining restaurants make The Wharf a Gulf Coast stand-out. The extraordinary outdoor, waterfront design of The Wharf attracts a year-round quality clientele and numerous repeat shoppers, diners, concert and moviegoers.
Fort Barrancas - Gulf Islands National Seashore
Across Pensacola Bay, Fort Barrancas and the Water Battery perch on a high bluff at Naval Air Station Pensacola. Almost 150 years ago, Confederate troops occupying the fort exchanged fire with Union troops occupying Fort Pickens across the bay. Today, park rangers lead tours that are full of legends and lore, including tales of the spirits of Confederate soldiers who died in battle here. Definitely a great day for all naval history buffs.
Saenger Theatre Pensacola
The Saenger Theatre is the Grand Dame of Palafox Street. Generations of Pensacola area residents have walked under her marquee to enjoy music, dance, comedy and drama. A night out at the ballet, symphony or opera naturally means the Saenger. The Saenger has witnessed many thousands of school children experience their first symphony performance or overcome their stage fright in a community production.
Fort Pickens - Gulf Islands National Seashore
Fort Pickens is the largest of four forts built to defend Pensacola Bay, Florida, and its navy yard. The fort was begun in 1829, completed in 1834, and was named in honor of Major General Andrew Pickens of the South Carolina militia, who fought with distinction in several Revolutionary War battles including Cowpens and the Siege of Ninety-six. He also led several campaigns against the Cherokees, who called him "Wizard Owl." Fort Pickens was one of only four forts in the South that was never occupied by Confederate forces during the Civil War, thanks to a heroic stand by Lieutenant Adam Slemmer with one company of artillery and a few sailors, aided by one U.S. Navy ship, the Wyandotte. Fort Pickens was as important as Fort Sumter in Charleston, S.C. during the crisis between Abraham Lincoln's election in November, 1860 and the firing on Fort Sumter on April 12. 1861. The fort was reinforced the day after Fort Sumter surrendered, preventing the Confederates from controlling Pensacola Bay and using the Pensacola Navy Yard.
Pensacola Lighthouse and Museum
Climb 177 steps up the historic Pensacola Lighthouse & Museum for the most beautiful view on the Gulf Coast. Built in 1859, the lighthouse is located on board NAS Pensacola. The top of the tower offers stunning views of Pensacola Pass (where Pensacola Bay meets the Gulf of Mexico), three forts, the Pensacola skyline and the historic Navy Yard. The fully restored Keepers' Quarters, built in 1869, is home to a museum and a gift shop. Visit this historic spot in America's First Settlement, established in 1559. Take the time to visit the National Naval Aviation Museum and Fort Barrancas while you're here.
Tanger Outlets: Foley, Alabama
Like shopping? You will love Tanger Outlets! The vast majority of merchandise available at Tanger Outlet Centers is first quality and in-season. Tanger centers feature brand name and designer fashions and accessories for the entire family, jewelry, housewares and china, home décor, luggage, toys, books, compact discs, food specialties, and much, much more. You'll find entire stores filled with merchandise from your favorite brands.
General Park Information! - Sam's Fun City
Sam’s Fun City located in Pensacola, offers year around fun for the whole family. Play the greatest arcade games at the Crossroads Arcade and enjoy extreme Laser Tag in their 1600 square foot arena! They also have Go-Karts and a play zone area that is a three-story indoor play structure complete with a rainbow bridge, Rescue Slide, Kangaroo Room, Pool Swing and Rodeo Rider. With over 20 rides and attractions it will be fun for the entire family!
Waterville USA
A fun day for everyone! Waterville USA is a 20 acre Water park & Amusement Park located ¼ of a mile from the beach in Gulf Shores, AL. Some of the park attractions include the Fun Depot which is especially designed for the little pirates! A merry-go-round, bungee trampoline, mini-train, inflatable jumper and a Hampton vehicle ride for the smaller frys in the family. For the experienced water park fanatics they have the Flowrider which is a simulated surfing/bodyboarding/snowboarding attraction where riders can stand-up surf or bodyboard on an endless wave. The Waterville USA Flowrider is the largest unit available and the only one on the Gulf Coast or Southeast.
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