George F. Boyer Historical Museum

3907 Pacific Avenue
609-523-0277


Reviews

Rosemarie Perry

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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

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

Peggy Faulkner Kilgallen

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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

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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

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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.