Things To Do In Warrington

Sunset and Sightseeing Cruise from Premier Dolphin Cruise (Up to 50% Off)

Premier Dolphin Cruise

Portofino Boardwalk

$60 $30

Guests feel the sea breeze on their cheeks as they sail Santa Rosa Sound in an open-air catamaran and scan the waters for dolphins

Three or Six Training Sessions with a Professional Boxer or Wellness Program at Fit Nation (Up to 69% Off)

Fit Nation

Pensacola

$120 $45

Champion boxer Derrick Gainer whittles waists during personal-training sessions; wellness program with training sessions and 12 meals

$75 for $150 Groupon — Destiny Empowerment Group, Inc.

Destiny Empowerment Group, Inc.

Pensacola

$150 $75

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Four or Six Weeks of Unlimited Boot-Camp Classes at Mean Green Boot Camp (Up to 93% Off)

Mean Green Training Boot Camp

Southeast Pensacola

$605 $55

Chris Green and staff of certified trainers lead students through high-intensity workouts to torch fat, tone muscle, and boost confidence

Three or Five Private Lessons for Individual or Couple at Dance Unlimited (Up to 56% Off)

Dance Unlimited

Pensacola

$135 $67

Instructors teach individuals and couples the basics of salsa, mambo, or fox trot

10 or 20 Jazzercise Classes or Three Months of Unlimited Jazzercise Classes at DanceCraft (Up to 66% Off)

DanceCraft

North Central Pensacola

$100 $39

Fun, upbeat cardio workout combines Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing motions

10 or 15 Boot-Camp Classes at AfterBurner Fitness (Up to 77% Off)

AfterBurner Fitness

Bayou Grove

$200 $49

Expert instructors lead small groups of students of all fitness levels through intense, custom workouts

$39 for One Month of Kickboxing Classes with Gloves at Tiger Rock Taekwondo Academy ($114 Value)

Tiger Rock Taekwondo Academy

Cordova Office Plaza

$114 $39

Students of all skill levels burn calories in workouts that incorporate the self-defense techniques of kickboxing

10 or 16 Martial-Arts Classes and Uniform with Option for Test and a Graduation Belt at Go2Karate (94% Off)

Go2Karate

On Location

$324 $20

Students don uniforms for classes in karate, tae kwon do, or krav maga

One- or Two-Hour Video-Golf Lesson at McGwyer Golf (Up to 70% Off)

McGwyer Golf

Southwest Pensacola

$150 $49

Instructors help golfers improve their swing with the help of video analysis

Repticon for Two Adults and Two Children at Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds on July 5 or 6 (Up to 50% Off)

Repticon

Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds

$30 $15

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Reptile, amphibian, and arachnid breeders and experts showcase creatures' behavior and biology through exhibits and demonstrations

$10 for $20 Worth of American Food at Woodshed Grill and Brew Pub

Woodshed Grill and Brew Pub

West Pensacola

$20 $10

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Juicy burgers, saucy chicken wings, nachos, and other pub favorites; sports games broadcast on more than 20 flat-screen TVs

One, Two, or Three Years of Online Guitar or Bass Lessons from Dangerous Guitar (Up to 91% Off)

Dangerous Guitar

Online Deal

$134.55 $18

More than 650 high-definition videos give professional instruction in a wide range of playing styles

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Children at a birthday party with Nonie's Ark Animal Encounters might get to meet Jimmy, Jack, or Jill—but despite their deceptively human names, these guests are actually exotic animals. A naturalist and wildlife educator with a background in zoo-animal technology, Nonie encourages kids touch and sometimes hold live animals such as snakes, toads, chinchillas, and sugar gliders during hands-on interactive and educational presentations. Nonie has adopted and cared for each of these creatures, many of which were formerly unwanted pets. At some parties, Nonie also leads children in animal role-playing games like eating dirt cake and worms and doles out goodies such as safari helmets and outdoor toys.

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Pensacola,
FL
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Sure as the rise of the twin suns above Tatooine, the Pensacola Para Con brings together fans of science fiction, horror, gaming, and anime for an annual weekend of subcultural panels and events. Celebrity guests from beloved franchises stop by to sign autographs and bask in the adoration of their fans, while industry icons talk shop about their latest invention: the two-sided die. A costume contest and parade put meticulous fan outfits in the spotlight, and replicas of such iconic items as the U.S.S. Enterprise's captain's chair and the TARDIS stand ready for photo opportunities. Throughout the weekend, the event stages host live music performances, panel discussions, and movie screenings.

8466 Ferlon Avenue
Pensacola,
FL
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Pensacola's oldest surviving house located on its original site, the Quina House was built in 1810. The shingled-frame cottage was made of local pine, cypress, and oak with a double-fire chimney, butterfly roof, and a portico with columnettes. Its namesake, Desiderio Quina, bought the house in 1821, had seven children with his wife, Margarita Bauve, and ran an apothecary business. In the same year, the Spanish Floridas were incorporated into the United States of America⎯the official event was presided over by Andrew Jackson just a few blocks from the Quinas’ front porch. Desiderio and Margarita’s presence remains in the house today in their historical furnishings, which include a horse-hair sofa and a sleigh bed from 1830. Today, the Quina House Museum sponsors date-night house tours, monthly luncheons, and walking tours of the Seville Square Historic District so that visitors can experience life before fruit roll-ups.

204 S Alcaniz St
Pensacola,
FL
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Head instructor and Rising Star Theatre Arts Award recipient Dan Begin helps dancers of all ages and skill levels learn how to twirl, dip, and spin. Lessons for individuals and couples cover the basics of a variety of dance styles including tango, cha-cha, and salsa. In addition, Dance Unlimited offers wedding programs to help couples create memorable first dances that do not involve doing the worm in a wedding dress.

211 W Cervantes St
Pensacola,
FL
US

Play combines the creature comforts of childhood with those of adulthood: arcade games and beer. Taps and cans dispense an ever-rotating reservoir of 20 microbrews—more than enough liquid confidence to attempt high scores on the rows of coin operated games such as Pac-Man, Street Fighter, and Galaga. All around, the thumping bumpers of pinball machines mingle with the clack of pool balls and the hiss of air hockey tables. But beneath the flashing surface of Play is a drive to bring people together.

When not wagering the next round of drinks on a game of hoops, or butting heads in a DJ-accompanied skee-ball tournament, guests can team up to test their mental mettle during trivia night. Karaoke evenings arm friends instead with microphones so that they can belt out a duet or practice eulogizing each other in front of a rapt audience. Quieter interaction can be found in an '80s-inspired nook, where an original Nintendo and a VHS-player revive summer afternoons spent playing Super Mario Brothers and writing love letters to John Cusack.

16 S Palafox St
Pensacola,
FL
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Chef Pri’s gustatory adventures meet at the intersection of Thai specialty dishes, American comfort food, and international influence. Tables play host to artfully wrapped Japanese sushi and curries accented by pineapple and butternut squash. Chicken or shrimp cozy up to stir-fried noodles, and for heartier food, Chef Pri piles pot-roasted duck infused with cinnamon atop a sautéed spinach and garlic chili sauce.

The restaurant’s dining room exemplifies the same modernity found in the menu, with coal-black ceilings and geometric artwork against mustard-hued walls. Burnt yellow lights hang like glowing champagne glasses above Jasmine’s fully stocked bar, where diners can retreat for a cocktail or wine by the glass.

119 E Nine Mile Rd.
Pensacola,
FL
US