In 2006, a 910ft-long aircraft carrier was intentionally sunk off the coast of Pensacola to make the world's largest artificial reef....
Fort Barrancas & Advanced Redoubt
On a dramatic bluff overlooking Pensacola Bay, 19th-century Fort Barrancas was built by slaves atop an abandoned 18th-century Spanish...
A hip, smoky venue known for its super-strong cocktails, the bar is housed in a lovely old building, and draws a mixed crowd that...
McGuire's Irish Pub
Promising 'feasting, imbibery and debauchery,' this barnlike spot delivers all three. Stick to steaks and burgers, and don't mind the...
Lonely Planet review
In 2006, a 910ft-long aircraft carrier was intentionally sunk off the coast of Pensacola to make the world's largest artificial reef. Now dubbed 'The Great Carrier Reef, ' the USS Oriskany sits in the sand 210ft below the surface, with its flight deck at 137ft. Scuba Shack can take you there.