The Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum is showcasing a new exhibit entitled: Archives and Artifacts. Each month the exhibit will display a different set of historic documents, photographs, and artifacts that reveal Ocean City’s rich history.
Due to lack of space, the Museum houses many of their artifacts offsite in a storage facility. This exhibit will give the public a chance to see some of the unique artifacts that otherwise would be in storage. Ocean City’s first legal draft beer tap, a bourbon jug from Prohibition era, and a 1920’s Coast Guard era self-igniting flare are just a few of the unique items this exhibit will showcase.
A few of the subjects for this display will include; the 1933 and 1962 storms, Prohibition, and the fire of 1925. The month of October is dedicated to Ocean City Beer.
Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum
813 S. Atlantic Ave.
Ocean City, MD 21842
End of the boardwalk, across from the Inlet Village