Naval Air Museum and Pensacola Lighthouse

Oldest and I took a little trip out to the Naval Air Museum and Pensacola Lighthouse yesterday.

We wandered around the two buildings looking at old and new planes, reading up on historical things as we went.

It was not crowded at all yesterday, which was nice.  We were able to walk around without bumping into other folks.  When we got a little hungry, we at lunch at the café in the museum.

If you are ever in this area and care to visit the museum, please do so. It is a fun, informative, worthwhile trip.  Free entry, by the way.

Here are some photos for you to enjoy.

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3 thoughts on “Naval Air Museum and Pensacola Lighthouse

    • The kitchen is a typical 1940-43 era kitchen. That white box with the round bulb thing on top is one of the first electric refrigerators. The thing on top is the compressor. And the best part is that it still works! Not many of today’s refrigerators can claim that kind of longevity.

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