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!