The Panhandle Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Panhandle - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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The Emerald Coast 19


Destin 2

Fort Walton Beach 5

Grayton Beach 2

Panama City Beach 9

St. George Island 1

Pensacola 12

Tallahassee 11

Pensacola Beach 3

DeFuniak Springs 3

Florida Caverns State Park 1

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Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Starting in December, the grounds at this 1,200-acre estate are afire with azaleas, dogwood, Oriental magnolias, spring bulbs of tulips...

Challenger Learning Center

  • Observatory/Planetarium

Visitors of all ages can't help but get excited about math and science exploration at this museum that features a space mission simulator,...

Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

Known for having one of the deepest springs in the world, this very picturesque and highly recommended park remains relatively untouched,...

Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park

  • Native American Site

While the waters here can make bass anglers weep, the real find are the half-dozen temple mounds (and one possible burial mound), the...

Meginnis-Monroe House

  • Museum/Gallery

This house served as a field hospital during the Civil War and is now the home of the LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts. ...

Mission San Luis Archaeological and Historic Site

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Long before New England's residents began gaining a foothold in North America, the native Apalachee Indians as well as Spanish missionaries...

Museum of Florida History

  • Museum/Gallery

If you thought Florida was founded by Walt Disney, stop in here. The displays explain the state's past by highlighting the unique geological...

New Capitol

  • Government Building

In the 1960s, when there was talk of relocating the capital to a more central location like Orlando, Panhandle legislators got to work...

Old Capitol

  • Government Building

The centerpiece of the capitol complex, this 1842 structure has been added to and subtracted from several times. Having been restored,...

St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge and Lighthouse

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

As its name suggests, this attraction is of both natural and historical interest. Natural salt marshes, tidal flats, and freshwater pools...