TripShock promotes Pensacola tours

August 16, 2013

The website TripShock.com is now booking six historical city tours for history buffs traveling to Pensacola, FL.

Historic Pensacola Segway Tour: Segways provide transportation through downtown Pensacola as travelers visit historical sites, landmarks and monuments on a two hour narrated tour.

Pensacola by Design City Tour: Visitors will enjoy this 90 minute narrated tour with local architect Scott Sallis as they learn about influences that determined the look and feel of Pensacola.

Pensacola Landmark City Tour: This 130 minute narrated tour takes sightseers on a journey through downtown Pensacola while hitting all of the major landmarks. Tourists will learn about Pensacola’s unique destinations through entertaining storytelling.

Pensacola Civil War History Tour: Pensacola’s role in the Civil War is conveyed through description, maps and music during a two-hour tour through downtown Pensacola. A walking tour of Civil War stronghold Ft. Barrancas is included in the trip.

The Longest Siege Pensacola City Tour: View a battle reenactment of the Longest Siege of the American Revolution with narration provided by expert Pensacola historian Wesley Odom.

Historic Downtown Pensacola Bike (Bicycle) Tour: Travelers will enjoy a leisurely bike ride through Pensacola’s historic village, residential neighborhoods, business district, and waterfront. The tour guide will share the inside scoop on the best restaurants, bars, and shopping in the city.

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  • CJ Lewis August 16, 2013 at 5:53 pm

    Seems odd that “Pensacola” is not one of the destinations listed on TripShock’s pull down menu. Under “Hotel Search,” you can opt for Pensacola Beach or Pensacola Beach-Navarre but not Pensacola. Under “Activity Search,” you can opt for Pensacola Beach-Navarre or Pensacola-Perdido Key but not Pensacola. Also, I searched the website and was very surprised to learn, “Nothing was found on request ‘Upside’.” Does TripShock know that Pensacola is no longer the City of Five Flags but has been rebranded by the Mayor and his submissive City Council as “The Upside of Florida”?

  • George Hawthorne August 16, 2013 at 4:46 pm

    Great to see that TripShock.com is promoting historic and cultural tours. This type of tourism product development and marketing will extend and diversify our tourism industry and visitor stays.