Wildwood Historical Society George F. Boyer Museum

The Wildwood Historical Society George F. Boyer Museum focuses on preserving and sharing the history of the Wildwoods. The museum is named after George F. Boyer, who was a prominent businessman and philanthropist in the Wildwoods during the early 20th century. The museum features exhibits and artifacts that showcase the history of the Wildwoods, including displays on local industries such as the fishing and tourism industries, as well as exhibits on the architecture and culture of the area. Visitors can also view a collection of vintage photographs, postcards, and other historical documents. The museum is operated by the Wildwood Historical Society, which was founded in 1963 to promote the preservation of local history and to educate the public about the area's rich cultural heritage. The society also hosts educational programs and events throughout the year, including lectures, walking tours, and community events.

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