Amateur historian and Scenic Highway Foundation member Robin Rowan will be your guide on this fun and informative tour of one of Florida's most beautiful scenic highways. Learn about America's oldest neighborhood, where Don Tristan de Luna and 1500 colonists disembarked along the high bluffs in East Pensacola Heights in 1559 to claim West Florida for Spain. The tour will also share information about how Magnolia Bluffs Park (now Bay Bluffs Park) was established for railroad workers in 1883 and Gull Point where Marianna Bonifay and one of her sons grew oranges, while a bit farther north other early settlers tried their hand at silk and wine! And yes, there really was a ferry boat at Ferry Pass before a bridge was built, taking tourists over to the new hot spot in Santa Rosa County—Mulat! The group will park at Brew Ha Ha restaurant on 12th Avenue, board the Go Retro shuttle at 10 a.m. and return to Brew Ha Ha for (Dutch-Treat) lunch following the tour. *Not available on the all-inclusive Unlimited Classes option.