Farm-fresh produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, crafts, fine art and antiques are just a few of the items offered by vendors at the Saturday market in Downtown Pensacola.
Voted 2016 Best of the Coast: Best Outdoor Market/Farmer's Market, Best Place to Buy Local Produce and Best Free Thing to Do.
Downtown Pensacola is enjoying a new wave of cultural vibrancy. While you're here, don't miss the opportunity to check out these three small but formidable cultural hot spots that are making the downtown district a popular stop on the art circuit these days.
Voices of Pensacola Multicultural Center • Improvable Cause at Pensacola Little Theatre • Quayside Gallery
This re-enactment group of Jacksonian era and Spanish soldiers, fifers, and drummers perform their Colors Ceremony every third Saturday of the month at noon in Plaza Ferdinand. The colorful ceremony commemorates Pensacola's 195th birthday & the transfer of Spanish Florida to a US Territory.
It's the largest public art project in Pensacola, a 3,000 sq. ft. mural painted by local artists Ashton Howard and Evan Levin. The pair spent more than 300 hours on a scissor lift high above the ground, transforming a plain brick parking garage wall into a colorful work of art.
Musicians and magicians and mimes, oh my! Head downtown for three days of free, family-friendly performances along Intendencia St. between Palafox and Jefferson Friday through Sunday, Nov. 3-5.
This fall, hundreds of vibrant umbrellas will create an unforgettable kaleidoscope of color above historic Intendencia St. The three month installation takes flight Nov. 3 as part of the 2017 Foo Foo Festival.
Dating back 450 years as the first European settlement in the United States, Pensacola has a rich and colorful history.
The heart of the City of Pensacola is its downtown. A refreshing blend of historic resolve and cosmopolitan progress defines Downtown Pensacola.