The Panhandle

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

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  • 1. St. Andrews State Park

    At the southeastern tip of Panama City Beach, the hotels and condos and traffic stop, and there suddenly appears a pristine 1,260-acre park that offers...Read More

  • 2. St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge and Lighthouse

    Natural salt marshes, tidal flats, and freshwater pools used by early natives set the stage for the once-powerful Ft. San Marcos de Apalache, which was...Read More

  • 3. Challenger Learning Center

    Visitors of all ages can't help but get excited about math and science exploration at this "edutainment" center featuring a space mission simulator, an IMAX...Read More

  • 4. Florida Historic Capitol Museum

    In front of the modern, 22-story tower that serves as Florida's state capitol sits a domed, classical-styled building with whimsical candy-striped awnings—the "old" circa-1902 capitol...Read More

  • 5. Fort Pickens

    Constructed of more than 21 million locally made bricks, the fort, dating back to 1834, once served as a prison for Apache chief Geronimo. A...Read More

  • 6. Gulf World Marine Park

    With educational shows and chats featuring dolphins, sharks, birds, and more, plus a tropical garden, and alligator and otter exhibits, the park is a winner...Read More

  • 7. Gulfarium

    This marine adventure park has been a beloved attraction for locals and visitors alike since 1955. Species exhibited here include dolphins, otters, penguins, alligators, harbor...Read More

  • 8. Heritage Park and Cultural Center

    Here you can learn all about the prehistoric peoples who inhabited northwest Florida. Local tribes built a large earthen mound here that, with a roughly...Read More

  • 9. Mission San Luis Archaeological and Historic Site

    On the site of a 17th-century Spanish mission and Apalachee town, this museum focuses on the archaeology of the late 1600s, when this and three...Read More

  • 10. Panama City Beach

    With 27 miles of shoreline, Panama City Beach offers the sugar-white sand and emerald-green waters the Emerald Coast is known for, and lots of high-rises....Read More

  • 11. Pensacola Children's Museum

    The Pensacola Children's Museum is the newest museum in the University of West Florida Historic Trust complex. The museum offers a variety of programs for...Read More

  • 12. Pensacola Lighthouse and Maritime Museum

    En route to Perdido Key, stop at Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola to visit the Pensacola Lighthouse, offering gorgeous views of the bay and Gulf,...Read More

  • 13. Perdido Key State Park

    Part of Gulf Islands National Seashore, this state park has a quiet, pristine coastline with dunes of white sand lined with sea oats. Its beach,...Read More

  • 14. Shipwreck Island Waterpark

    Open each summer, this 20-acre water park has everything from speedy slides and tubes to a giant wave pool to the slow-moving Lazy River. There...Read More

  • 15. T. T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum

    Even if you don't like museums, this one is worth a look. Housed in the elaborate, Renaissance Revival–style former city hall, it has an interesting...Read More

  • 16. Tallahassee Museum

    Not exactly a museum, this is really an expansive, bucolic park showcasing a peaceful and intriguing look at Old Florida, located about 20 minutes from...Read More

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