Directions & Parking
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Just minutes from some of the most beautiful beaches on the Gulf Coast, Historic Pensacola is the perfect complement to your relaxing visit.
From Pensacola Beach:
Cross Bob Sikes Bridge and take Highway 98W through Gulf Breeze and over the Pensacola Bay Bridge exiting left on Bayfront Parkway. Follow Bayfront to Tarragona Street where you will turn right and go north two blocks to Church Street. Turn left onto Church Street. There is a paid parking lot to the right or 2 hour parking along the street.
From Perdido Key:
Take SR-292E/Perdido Key Drive across the Theo Barrs Bridge to Gulf Beach Highway, also known in parts as Sorrento Road and Barrancas Ave until you are at Main Street. Take a right and follow Main Street past the Wahoos Stadium and across Palafox Street to Tarragona Street, where you will turn left. The paid parking lot is on the left. There is also 2 hour street parking around the complex.
From Interstate 10:
Take Exit 12 to I-110 South. Exit I-110 at 1C (Garden Street). Turn left at the first light onto Tarragona Street. Follow Tarragona Street four blocks south to Church Street. Turn right. The paid parking lot is on the right. There is 2 hour street parking throughout the site. Historic Pensacola Village will be to your left and the Pensacola Museum of History will be to your right.
From Hwy 98 East of Pensacola:
Cross the Pensacola Bay Bridge exiting left on Bayfront Pkwy. Follow Bayfront to Tarragona Street where you will turn right and go north two blocks to Church Street. There is a paid lot off Tarragona and Church Streets as well as 2 hour street parking throughout the site. Historic Pensacola Village will be to your right and the Pensacola Museum of History will be to your left.
All posted signage must be obeyed for all day lots. Free parking is not permitted in excess of 2 hours in the same space. For more information visit Pensacola Parking's website. Be aware of all 24/7 Tow signs in downtown Pensacola.