Historical Sites to See from the Sky

Updated: Aug 31

Experience aerial views of local historical sites and coastlines while flying in a helicopter, one of the best Gulf Shores family activities! Tours with Hang Ten Helicopters are educational, fun, and help create long-lasting memories with friends and family. Our experienced pilots and crews are dedicated to making everyone feel comfortable and safe throughout the ride while you enjoy the beautiful scenery. When you schedule a helicopter tour with us, you will have an adventure of a lifetime.

Here are some of the historical sites you will see from the sky while riding in our helicopters:

Fort Pickens

Named after Andrew Pickens (an American war hero), Fort Pickens was constructed to safeguard the Pensacola Navy Yard, Depot, and Pensacola Bay from foreign attacks. The Fort has a rich history of the American Civil War, World War I, and World War II.

Fort McRee

Fort McRee played a massive role in protecting Pensacola Bay and the deep harbor from external attacks and enemies during World War I and II.

WWI Battery Langdon

During World War II, Battery Langdon was camouflaged using soil to hide it from enemy aircraft. A large part of Battery Langdon is obscured by thick vegetation and sand berms.

Fort Barrancas

Located at Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fort Barrancas has a long history as a location of Spanish, French, and English-occupied forts. Today it is open to the public and our tour gives you an unmatched vantage point to discover the fort from above.

Pensacola Lighthouse

This beautiful lighthouse was built in 1859 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its views from our helicopter ride are unforgettable and sure to be a highlight of your ride.

Fly with Hang Ten Helicopters

Scheduling a helicopter ride with Hang Ten Helicopters is the best way to create unforgettable memories with friends and family. Book a helicopter ride with us today to have fun and enjoy an aerial view of the coast during this must do activity in Gulf Shores!

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