George F. Boyer Historical Museum

3907 Pacific Avenue


Rosemarie Perry

Tuesday, May 29, 2018
A walk down memory lane! Friendly people who can reminisce and share the glory days of "going down the shore"

Sean Mc

Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Come learn the history about how the local pigs beat up on women at the beach.

Peggy Faulkner Kilgallen

Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017
Great little museum , never knew about it...we found a lot of interesting things om here...made you feel as though you went back in time

Tim Riley

Thursday, July 6, 2017
If you've been coming to the Wildwoods for any length of time, then this weird, wonderful little gem of a museum is not to be missed. Lots of photos and artifacts from all phases of the history of the island and its amusements. There were so many things I recognized that I'd seen so long ago and nearly forgotten all about. Places like these do a great service to their community and to history.

Andy Gradel

Tuesday, Sep. 6, 2016
Fun place to visit for anyone who spent their childhood on the boardwalk. From relics of Hunt's Pier, including a cactus from the top of the Golden Nugget and the Keystone Characters from the ticket booth, and items from Castle Dracula to random nuggets like a life ring from The Captain's Table restaurant in Wildwood Crest and a whole section dedicated to Zaberer's, there's plenty for a 30-60 minute visit. Even my kids, who roll their eyes whenever I talk about what it was like when I was a kid, had a great time. No admission fee, but be sure to bring a couple bucks for the donation bin. It's definitely worth it.