Come for a visit to the Ocean City Life Saving Museum!
The Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum was built in 1891 and is located on Caroline Street in downtown Ocean City, MD. A visit to the Museum is a real eye-opener to Ocean City History. It is the Museum that educates tourists and visitors to the amazing history of Ocean City, MD and heralds the life-saving efforts of the by-gone era all the way up to the current events of today's Ocean City Coast Guard.
With many exhibits, amazing old photographs depicting the people of the day and the numerous displays and aquariums, this Museum is definitely a "must see" place to read and learn about shipwrecks off the Ocean City coastline as well as the many successful rescues heroically done by the "Lifeguards" of the past, way back when called "Surfmen". The Museum offers much, much more also including Genealogy searches if you are interested in searching your Worcester County roots as well as many, many Ocean City memories of the distant and not so distant past!
What a wonderful way to learn about and feel connected to the amazing town of Ocean City, MD! You know you don't want to miss this Museum! The Museum is open on weekends right now until March - then from April to May, you can visit from Wednesdays to Sundays. After that, June through September the Museum is open every day. There is a small admission fee but SO worth it!
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