Pensacola, Florida Attractions
Unusual landmarks, museums, roadside attractions, and hidden wonders in Pensacola and the surrounding area. The National Naval Aviation Museum, with its bombs, and the Wentworth Museum, with its petrified cat, give visitors good reasons to stay indoors in this sunny Gulf Coast city.
Sights for Oddball Excursions
The world's first full-size fiberglass Stonehenge was built by Foamhenge creator Mark Cline.
The giant Lady, a creation of artist Mark Cline, appears to be using the Bayou La Launch as a bathtub.
Four realistic dinosaurs appear to be strolling through the woods, far from any logical tourist attraction.
A life-sized flight deck replica of aircraft carrier USS Cabot dominates one huge gallery, with vintage World War II fighter planes arrayed on the deck. The infamous "Mission Accomplished" jet of George W. Bush is here, too. 37 acres of outdoor exhibits as well.
T. T. Wentworth Jr. was a compulsive collector who donated all of his stuff to Pensacola -- including a mummified cat and an Abraham Lincoln head made of mulched money.
In and Around Pensacola
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- Pensacola: Wentworth Museum: Petrified Cat
- Elberta: Bamahenge
- Pensacola: Chappie's First Steps: Famous General [tips]
- Pensacola: Crystal Ice House
- Pensacola: Half-Scale Vietnam Wall [tips]
- Pensacola: Abandoned Goofy Golf
- Pensacola: Giant Roller Skate [tips]
- Pensacola: Fort Barrancas - Old Tunnels [tips]
- Pensacola: National Naval Aviation Museum
- Pensacola: Uncle Sandy's Macaw Bird Park [tips]
- Pensacola Beach: Futuro - UFO House [tips]
- Pensacola: Blue Angel on a Stick [tips]
- Milton: Blue Angel Jet on a Stick [tips]
- Elberta: Dinosaurs in the Woods
- Elberta: Knights in the Woods [tips]
- Elberta: Lady in the Lake
- Foley: Lambert's Cafe III - Home of Throwed Rolls [tips]
- Summerdale: Alligator Alley - Home Of Captain Crunch [tips]
- Summerdale: Spear Hunting Museum [tips]
- Gulf Shores: World's Largest Purple Octopus [tips]
- Gulf Shores: Walk into a Giant Open-Mouthed Shark [tips]