T.T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum, 330 S. Jefferson St. and part of Historic Pensacola, was built in the Renaissance Revival style in 1907 as Pensacola's city hall. The elaborate building houses three floors of changing exhibits about the region's history, architecture and archeology. One gallery is dedicated to showcasing the Civil War; the themes portrayed change in order to rotate collection pieces. The “Cabinet of Curiosities Series” honors the museum's namesake and his many collections, and the Trader Jon Exhibit highlights Pensacola's military presence in Pensacola.