Indoor Activities in Pensacola


There are lots fun things to do in Pensacola, Florida. I’v given a list of outdoor activities in Pensacola, but if you would prefer to beat the heat and stay indoors…

Here’s a list of Fun Outdoor Activities in Pensacola

The Naval Aviation Museum is the place to be. Located onboard NAS Pensacola, the museum is open Mon-Fri from 9-5 and 10-5 on Saturdays and Sundays. The Blue Angels are there to sign autographs on Wednesday mornings at 11:30. We have been there at least 10 times and we still haven’t seen it all. They have a restaurant inside that has tasty burgers and sandwiches. Another great part about the museum is the indoor playground, I take our daughters there a few times a month just to play and enjoy the A/C. While you are on base, be sure to check out Ft Barrancas and the lighthouse!

indoor activities pensacola

There is also a Children’s Museum downtown (115 Zarragossa St) admission is $3/per person. It is kind of small but a lot of fun. The downstairs part is more suited for younger kids while the upstairs area has more historical learning activities.


Children's Museum Pensacola

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Another fun indoor activity that my kids love is Storytime at the Library.  Check out your public library for lots of fun, FREE activities.  For more information, call the Pensacola Public (Main) Library at (850)436-5060.

Call for Storytimes

  • Century Branch Library, 7991 N. Century Blvd., 256-6217
  • Southwest Branch Library, 12248 Gulf Beach Hwy., 453-7780
  • Pensacola Public Library, 200 W. Gregory St., 436-5060
  • Tryon Branch Library, 5740 N. Ninth Ave., 494-7373
  • Westside Branch Library, 1580 W. Cervantes St., 595-1047

I hope you enjoy these indoor activities in Pensacola…I know my kids love them.


About the Author

KimKim Zeitz is a Marine wife and momma to two sweet baby girls. Kim enjoys reading, doing crafts and spending time with her family. She’s also been known to crank up the sewing machine a time or two. Currently residing in New Bern, NC but missing the sandy white beaches of Pensacola!

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