The Doo Wop Experience Museum celebrates and preserves the history of the Wildwood Doo Wop architectural style of the 1950s and 1960s. Doo Wop architecture is characterized by bright colors, neon lights, and futuristic designs, which were popular during the post-World War II era. The museum features exhibits and artifacts that showcase the unique style and culture of the Doo Wop era, including vintage signs, furniture, and other memorabilia. Visitors can take guided tours and learn about the history of the Wildwoods and the Doo Wop architectural style, as well as its impact on American culture. The museum also offers educational programs and events throughout the year, including concerts, film screenings, and lectures.