The ultimate list, like a “stream of things to do consciousness” or a brainstorming session to answer the question of, “what should we do?”.

  • Spend the day on the beach.
  • Walk the famous boards of the Wildwood boardwalk.
  • Catch a ride on the Sightseer Tram Car, and be sure to “Watch the Tram Car please”.
  • Explore Morey’s Piers by day and night
  • Attend one of the many events hosted by the Wildwood Convention Center.
  • Adventure Pier - bigger thrill rides and artBox
  • artBox includes art classes on weekend evenings on the boardwalk, Friday through Sunday from 5-10pm.
  • Mariner’s Pier - family rides, the Giant Wheel, and Raging Waters water park
  • Ride the Giant Wheel and enjoy amazing views of the amusement piers, the beach, the boardwalk, and beyond!
  • Surfside Pier - Kong ride and Zoom Phloom
  • Have a splash on the Zoom Phloom, a very cool flume ride with two big hills to drop down and even a trip under the boardwalk.
  • Cool off with Raging Waters water park on Mariner’s Pier and Ocean Oasis water park on Surfside Pier and discover the combination of pools and slides.
  • Try a bucket of Curley’s Fries along with their famous Lemon Shake Ups.
  • Order a slice from Mack’s Pizza and Sam’s Pizza and decide which is better.
  • Cool down with Kohr Bros soft-serve ice cream
  • Rewind time and check out the signs at the The Doo Wop Preservation League Museum.
  • Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum at the Cape May Airport inside historic Hangar #1.
  • Visit the Hereford Inlet Lighthouse and museum and stroll through the Victorian cottage style gardens along North Wildwood’s Hereford Inlet.
  • Take in the views of Sunset Lake and visit the Turtle Gut Park and Memorial.
  • A history lesson on the Wildwoods at the Wildwood Historical Society, George F. Boyer Museum.
  • Vietnam Veterans Remembrance Wall sidewalks of Columbus Park
  • See Wyland's Whaling Wall a wall mural depicting life-sized whales and dolphins