205 East Zaragoza Street32502 Pensacola , FL
Historic Pensacola Village, a facility of West Florida Historic Preservation, Inc., is located in the midst of The Pensacola Historic District. The Village is a complex of theme museums and historic houses furnished for various periods in Pensacola's history, ranging from 1790 through 1945. Due to the historic nature of the structures, only four of the buildings are accessible without steps. We regret that due to the economy, plans to make the houses accessible (ramps & lifts) have been set back indefinitely. Because of the limited accessiblity, persons in wheelchairs and their attendants are not charged admission, although others in the party must purchase tickets. The accessible buildings are: The Museum of Commerce, The Museum of Industry, Old Christ Church, and the Tivoli Building which houses the museum store and ticket counter.
Facility Access Information
Wheelchair Parking Location:
In the parking lot behind the Tivoli Bldg, entrance in mid-block off Zaragoza St., on south side of street.
For the Tivoli, there are no steps or ramps. The main entrances to the Museums of Industry and Commerce have 4 to 6 steps with one railing; Old Christ Church has one step with no railing. The historic houses vary from 3 to 6 steps, with none to one raili
Information about the locations of the accessible entrances to the Museum of Commerce, the Museum of Industry and Old Crist Church will be given at the Tivoli Museum Store. The Museums have ramps with no railings, the Church and its restrooms are accessible through a normally locked gate. Segways are not allowed in Old Christ Church.
If not in use, a wheelchair may be borrowed from the Wentworth Museum, down the street.
All restrooms are accessible
Accessible Restroom Location:
Museum of Commerce, Museum of Industry, Old Christ Church, and the Tivoli Museum Store
Sitting Area Location:
Tivoli Museum Store