Welcome to The Noble Manor

We are located in the North Hill Historic District of downtown Pensacola, Florida. Recapture the elegance and romance of the charming Victorian era while enjoying 21st Century amenities at The Noble Manor. Romantic and memorable moments await you at the beautifully restored 1905 Tudor Revival home of Bonnie and Bob Robertson.

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T. T. Wentworth Florida State Museum

Monday February 22 2016

Originally opened in 1907 as Pensacola's City Hall, this structure is in the Alamo Mission style, somewhat incongruous amid the creole buildings of Penacola's old quarter. T.T. Wentworth was a local eccentric, philanthropist, and collector of miscellany. The museum is an intriguing mix of his own personal (and occasionally peculiar) interests, as well as a general history of the Florida Panhandle and the diverse peoples who have lived here.It's now part of the Historic Pensacola Village association of historic sites.

Remember the Alamo style!

Historic Pensacola Village - the Dorr House

Thursday April 16 2015

Historic Pensacola Village - the Dorr House

An organization called "Historic Pensacola Village" offers guided tours of four beautifully preserved Pensacola houses, including this one, the 1871 Dorr House. The house is associated with the first woman who lived in it and decorated it, Clara Barkley Dorr (1825-1899). Mrs. Dorr was the daughter of a prominent shipping merchant, and the wife of the region's leading timber barons.

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Ft. Pickens

Thursday April 07 2016 through Wednesday August 31 2016

Fort Pickens is a historical military site located within the Gulf Islands National Seashore. It was originally constructed in the late 1820s/early 1830s, with the purpose of protecting the entire Pensacola harbor - which at the time included the most signicant port east of the Mississippi and south of Baltimore. Completed in 1834, it remained in use until 1947. Fort Pickens is named after Andrew Pickens, militia leader from South Carolina and a hero of the War of American Independence.Interestingly, Fort Pickens remained in Union hands throughout the American Civil War.Note: in early September 2012, portions of the Gulf Islands National Seashore park were affected by Hurricane Isaac and closed due to large sand drifts on roads. You may want to check the official Park Service website if you are planning a visit.

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NAS Pensacola Light House

Saturday February 01 2014 through Sunday November 30 2014

NAS Pensacola Light HouseNAS Pensacola Light House

Pensacola Lighthouse & Museum offers climbing tours of the landmark 1859 lighthouse.  The Lighthouse, situated on Pensacola Bay across from the Naval Aviation Museum, offers indoor and outdoor history exhibits, gift shop, Blue Angel and  Light of the Moon Tours, ghost hunts, weddings and special events. The Richard C. Callaway Museum, in the restored 1869 keeper's quarters, offers local history exhibits including: Native American, Presidio Santa Maria de Galve, and the first Pensacola Lighthouse. Programs include a free history lecture series, sunset tours, children’s programs, weddings and special events. The Lighthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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