Arts, Culture & Entertainment
Full-service bowling center featuring 24 lanes; Mama Onnie's Pizzeria, Shooters Sports Bar and Bowler's Edge Pro Shop. Family fun, leagues, summer camps and nightly specials. Business meeting venue available.
First City Art Center (FCAC) is a non-profit center for the arts that engages the community through a broad range of workshops, classes, gallery shows, community events, outreach, summer camp and fieldtrip programs.
Seville Quarter offers the best entertainment lineup along the Gulf Coast, fine dining with a unique ambiance, and a gift shop featuring the best wines at the best prices. Take a tour online, come on down and get yourself a membership card.
The Saenger Theatre is the premiere entertainment venue for Downtown Pensacola. Owned by the City of Pensacola and professionally managed by SMG, this historic theatre features touring Broadway performances, concerts, and other entertainment options.
UWF Historic Trust is dedicated to collecting, preserving and interpreting the history of Northwest Florida. The Trust manages 29 properties in historic downtown Pensacola and is also the downtown campus of the University of West Florida.
An art gallery cooperative with more than 100 local artist displaying on three floors in glass, fiber, jewelry, pottery, paintings ranging from traditional to modern conceptual works, photography and woodwork.
The mission of Pensacola Opera is to enrich the culture of Northwest Florida by producing professional opera performances, educational programs and other opera-related community events for people of all ages, interests and backgrounds.
Pensacola Little Theatre (PLT) is a nonprofit community organization providing theatrical experiences that entertain, enrich and educate adults and children who live in or visit Northwest Florida.
Over the past 60 years, the Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA) has presented hundreds of exhibitions and thousands of educational opportunities, becoming the foundation for the visual arts in our community.