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All other inquiries, please email or call us at 609-523-0277.

3907 Pacific Ave. Wildwood, NJ 08260

(Between Spencer & Spicer Aves)

No admission charge. Donations gladly accepted.

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***Closed until further notice due to COVID-19!**


Hours through Memorial Day: 

Fridays and Saturdays 10 am - 3 pm

Sundays 12-5 pm

Hours Memorial Day - Labor Day

Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays

10 am - 3 pm

Sundays 12-5 pm

Closed Tuesdays


Our online store is open 24/7 year round for your shopping pleasure


**Free parking in our Pacific Ave lot next door or park on the street and ask our staff for a complimentary parking pass to avoid the hassle of feeding the parking meters. **

​© Copyright 2020 Wildwood Historical Society. Site design by Wild Island Graphics.

  • Lewis Vinci, Treasurer

Wildwood Historical Society to reopen after closing for winter

For Release Immediately

Mar. 23, 2019

WILDWOOD— After six months of being closed for the winter off-season, the Wildwood Historical Society will reopen April 4.

The historical society’s George Boyer Museum, located at 3907 Pacific Avenue, will be open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. until Memorial Day, when the hours will extend to every day of the week from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The only exceptions are Sundays, when the museum will be closed.

Volunteers have spent the winter updating the ever-growing collection with memorabilia donated by visitors. The historical society had their busiest season on record last year thanks to plenty of rainy days, but they hope to have an even busier season this year.

“Whether the weather is sunny or rainy this summer, we hope our supporters will continue to return to the museum to reminisce, and to show their children and grandchildren how historic Wildwood is,” said historical society President Al Brannen.

The museum’s latest additions come from notable places in Wildwood’s past: Hunt’s Theatre, the Dolphin Restaurant, the Tram Cars, Fun Pier and the Stardust nightclub, plus lots of items related to railroad history, boardwalk nostalgia and the Victorian hotels of old. With monetary donations provided by donors, fundraisers and memberships, the building’s new roof was completed this spring.

“We are so grateful for our supporters and members,” said museum manager Pam Bross. “Thanks to them, Wildwood’s heritage will be protected for years to come.”

The gift shop has also expanded this year, and now includes a variety of Wildwood buttons, hats, wall art, books, DVDs, snow globes and wind-up Tram Cars. All profits benefit the historical society.

Staff are always on hand to help visitors navigate the collection and locate information related to the history of the island’s families, properties and more.

The Wildwood Historical Society is a nonprofit that is independent of the City of Wildwood. For more information, visit their website at or follow them on social media at,, or The museum can accommodate group visits as well as organizational meetings and events. For information about how to hold a meeting or event at the George Boyer Museum, call (609) 523-0277.

PHOTOS included.

For more information, press only:

Al Brannen, President

(609) 523-0277