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Top 26 photo ops in Ocean City Maryland

You probably take hundreds of photos of your kids, loved ones and friends when you visit Ocean City for your annual vacation, many of which will be on the beach and Boardwalk. But there are certain iconic locations that are considered a must for photo ops in Ocean City! How many of these places have you had your picture taken?

The Shark at Ripley’s (Did you know the shark is known as Meg?)

Jolly Roger himself!

The anchor at the Ocean City Life Saving Station Museum

The Firefighter and 911 Memorial

The Dancing Dolphins at the Rt 90 Bridge

If Telescope Pictures don’t catch you on the beach, you can catch them on the Boardwalk at 4th Street.

The “Welcome to Ocean City” tram stop on the Boardwalk

The big tire at Ripley’s

The Inlet Indian

The Shark breaking through Ripley’s!

The dinosaur bones on the the beach at 2nd Street

The dinosaur eggs on the beach at 2nd St

At the Shrimp Boat on Rt 611 West Ocean City

The Crab at Hooper’s and Sneaky Pete’s

144th Street Transit Center

Meet you under the clock on the Boardwalk

The Boardwalk Arch

The big chair at Northside Park

The big chair on the beach

The end of the Boardwalk, north end

The end of the Boardwalk, south end

On the Pier looking towards the Boardwalk

On the Pier, looking out to the Ocean

Atlantic Beverage Center on 50th Street

Sunset at Fager’s

Steering the ship’s wheel at Seacret’s

One of the Ocean City murials

Early morning sun at the Inlet



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