Pensacola's one-stop shop for outdoor apparel including names such as Patagonia, the North Face and others. Rock climbing, kayaking and backpacking gear available. Or try the rock wall and see how you do.
This colorful, upscale mall features twenty-eight specialty shops offering clothing, trendy gifts, household accessories and, oh yes, Godiva chocolates!
This unique shop/gallery affords its clientele the opportunity to watch the manufacturing of fine reproduction jewelry from Greek, Egyptian, Celtic, Asian and pre-Columbian societies. Nationally acclaimed since 1975. A must see!
This is the indisputable place to shop for antiques in Pensacola. Fourteen shops line twenty-four blocks of T Street and offer antique furniture, glassware and a wide variety of other collectibles. Some shops also offer furniture restoration services. A must do for those who like to browse for that perfect piece.
Proprietors Winston F. Garth and Robert Garth (graduate of Sotheby's American Art Course, NY) are purveyors of American and European 17th-20th century antiques, fine and decorative art, stamps, coins, jewelry and more.
Maria Harrell and Patricia McGrath offer their clientele a lovely selection of American and European antique furniture, silver, cut glass and collectibles that are housed within 14 showrooms in two historic houses.
For over 19 years, this beautiful gallery has led a concerted effort to provide the University and its surrounding community with an invaluable source of fine art. Emphasis is on contemporary art and features ever-changing exhibits. Open year-round, but summer hours vary, so call ahead.
Situated next to a historic park, Blue Morning Gallery includes many award-winning artists, with specialties in painting, collage, photography, ceramics, sculpture, glass, basketry, jewelry and beadwork, original dolls, wood and more. It was founded in April of 1997 and showcases the work of local artists and encourages the development of new creative talent within the community.
Features local, regional and national artists in a variety of mediums. This gallery co-op has graced the Pensacola art scene for twenty-seven years, and it is in the process of receiving a full-scale restoration. If you're planning to visit prior to late spring, you might want to call ahead first.
Nice gallery featuring the work of local, regional and national artists in a variety of mediums.