Why to spend thousands of bucks unnecessarily while you could find beautiful museums to gleaming turquoise waters and white sandy beaches in Panhandle. Florida’s Panhandle area is flourishing with attractions that are family friendly. Southern hospitality, laid-back vibe and family atmosphere make it a major vacation destination in the United States of America.
Unlike other Florida beaches and attractions, Panhandle does not showcase the glamor and glitz. But you can enjoy the beach activities and visit the museums at no cost. Let’s find out some of the most popular free things in this beautiful city that might enthrall you.
National Naval Aviation Museum:
One of the awe-striking attractions in Panhandle is National Naval Aviation Museum. It is found on Pensacola Naval Air Station. Visitors who are interested to see classic military aircraft can come between 9 am and 5 pm. Look at the wide collection of classic military aircraft from different eras, and you might avail a chance to see Navy’s Blue Angels flight exhibition in March through November, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Pensacola’s rich history lies in a vast assortment of historic sites, museums and homes. Its history is controlled under American, French, British, Spanish and Confederate, dating back to the mid-15th century. There is free admission to the T.T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum. Catch a close look of the digs that are made by the department of the University of West Florida Archaeology.
Popularly known as the World’s Luckiest Fishing Village, Destin is able to enthrall visitors with its amazing rocks. The resort city has gained its popularity as a leading fishing and shrimp spot. Fishing here is an excellent contributor to its economy. Go on a charter boat to catch mahi and marlin in the deep sea. Various charter boat companies offer this tour at the most pocket friendly prices. Or you can simply watch the fishermen bringing and unloading the fish on the shore. It creates wonderful scene. Snapper also creates impressive sight.
The White Sandy Beaches:
Panhandle flaunts more than 320 km of moderately undeveloped beaches
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