by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
In this issue:
Also: The Nature Conservancy CEO Mark Tercek's mission is to convince the world that environmentalism is good for the planet—and the economy.
Dive the USS Oriskany
Accessible year-round, for divers of all skill levels.
Fort built on the bluffs looking out to Pensacola Bay.
Gulf Breeze Zoo
Feed the giraffes, pet the most dangerous animal in Africa.
Gulf Islands National Seashore
Outdoor activities are endless along this shoreline.
Historic Pensacola Village
Visitors get a glimpse of West Florida’s colorful history.
National Museum of Naval Aviation
“Cradle of naval aviation,” where all start their training.
Fourth tallest, most haunted brick lighthouse in the U.S.
Pensacola Museum of Art
Old city jail, now foundation of Pensacola's art community.
St. Michael’s Cemetery
Oldest Florida cemetary, has more than 3,000 graves.
Veterans Memorial Park
5.5-acre waterfront park pays homage to veterans.
FEATURED // National Museum of Naval Aviation
FEATURED // HopJacks Pizza Kitchen & Taproom
FEATURED // Five Sisters Blues Café
FEATURED // Artesana
Read the Japanese version of Sky!
Subscribe to our free e-newsletter to get editor tips on Delta destinations and updates on new restaurants, nightlife, attractions, shops, events, contest alerts and more!
Sign up now!
MSP Communications, 220 South 6th Street, Suite 500, Minneapolis, MN, 55402
© 2017 MSP Communications, Inc. All rights reserved