Pensacola Museum of Art
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The Pensacola Museum of Art, housed in the historic structure of the old city jail, is the premier public art museum in Northwest Florida and a cultural gem of the Emerald Coast. Founded in 1954 by the American Association of University Women, the museum offers a rich tapestry of rotating exhibitions featuring photography, sketches, costumes, dresses, and other significant artifacts that chronicle its storied history. While it doesn’t have a permanent collection on display, visitors can explore a variety of traveling exhibits, including works by renowned artists like William Wegman and Annie Leibovitz. This destination not only serves as an academic extension for the University of West Florida but also stands as a testament to Pensacola’s vibrant artistic heritage.

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(850) 432-6247