The Ocean City Life Saving Station Museum is winding up their fall celebration of Ocean City History Week. This celebration will run from October 10th-16th and all Eastern Shore locals get free admission throughout the week and weekend. History Week offers a variety of events and activities that highlight the town’s unique cultural heritage here on Maryland’s coast.
If you live on the Delmarva peninsula, stop by and enjoy the museum free of charge. Capture the perfect family photo with our display of fall flowers, pumpkins, and hay located on the boardwalk in front of our shark display and anchor. Free programs will be offered every day at 1 p.m., as the museum takes a close look at the equipment that was used by the United States Life-Saving Service to conduct rescue. The “HISTORY OF OUR SURFMAN” programs will be held inside the museum’s boat room. There are other activities at the museum that will be of interest to history buffs, so please check out the museum’s full calendar here: https://www.ocmuseum.org/events
A list of upcoming History Week events listed below:
- On Wednesday, October 13th join the staff in learning how to preserve your own old photographs and paper. You much pre-register for this event.
- On Friday, October 15th the Ocean City Lifesaving museum joins the “Dead of the Night” paranormal team to experience the spirits that occupy the museum during evening hours. Tickets are $30 and you can register online at ocmuseum.org.
- On Saturday, October 16th, the Ocean Pines Players theater group will put on a show with figures from Ocean City’s past. This event is free!
For more information about the museums upcoming events, please visit: https://www.ocmuseum.