Pensacola Fencing Company
Pensacola Lighthouse & Maritime Museum
Significant! Kindly NOTE: We are situated on Naval Air Station Pensacola. NAS Pensacola is right now open just to current DoD ID card holders and certain Veterans Health Identification Card holders. Except if supported through the Trusted Traveler program, no regular people will be allowed admittance onto the base until additional notification, and hence can not get to the Lighthouse.
Climb 177 moves forward the memorable Pensacola Lighthouse for perhaps the most excellent perspectives on the Gulf Coast. Underlying 1859 and recorded on the National Register of Historic Places since 1974, the beacon is situated on board NAS Pensacola. The highest point of the pinnacle offers shocking perspectives on Pensacola Pass (where Pensacola Bay meets the Gulf of Mexico), three noteworthy fortifications, the Pensacola horizon, and the notable Navy Yard. The completely reestablished Keepers’ Quarters – worked in 1869 – is home to the Richard C. Callaway Museum, which houses various displays on nearby history and the actual beacon.
Inherent 1859, the Pensacola Lighthouse is situated on board Naval Air Station Pensacola. The first Keeper’s Quarters fills in as the scene for our Maritime Museum, which houses antiques addressing the historical backdrop of both the beacon and the Pensacola people group.
The highest point of our beacon tower offers dazzling perspectives on Pensacola Pass (where Pensacola Bay meets the Gulf of Mexico), three noteworthy fortifications, the horizon of Pensacola, and the notable Navy Yard.
Make a trip and move into history!
We have various displays identifying with the historical backdrop of the beacon, sea history, Coast Guard history, beacon enlightenment, and then some. Confirmation additionally incorporates a move up the noteworthy beacon tower – 15 stories off the ground!