During the early 1950's Wildwood had a ton of entertainment choices just like today. From the Elmira Club, Julius La Rosa and Fats Domino where just a few of the shows you'd be able to catch. Those were the glory days.
At the Wildwood Historical Society, you can come to relive those glory days with the exhibits displayed inside.
Founded by George F. Boyer, born in Philadelphia in 1904, he moved to Wildwood in 1932. He is considered to be the first and only local historian.
The staff is always friendly and willing to walk you through the numerous exhibits at the museum. So come on in and experience the Wildwood's rich history as you have never seen it before.