Ocean City Life-Saving
Join us by taking a tour of
the Life-Saving Station Museum.
The Museum offers free programs
six mornings a week, with topics
ranging from knot tying to sharks.
For more information, stop by
the museum at the southern end
of the Boardwalk by the Inlet.
Julia A. Purnell Museum
The Purnell Museum is home to
over 10,000 pieces that highlight
local history, including artwork
from the museum's namesake,
Julia A. Purnell. Come take
a journey through the museum's
exhibits to learn the story
of Snow Hill and Worcester County
on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
The Ward Museum
The Museum was named in honor
of Stephen and Lemuel Ward,
whose vision and artistry in
carving decoys pioneered the
transition of the decoy from
a working tool to an expressive
Taylor House Museum
A carefully restored early nineteenth
century house, located in Berlin's
National Register Historic District,
the main block of the house
has been furnished as a house
museum and the west wing as
a gallery displaying local memorabilia.
Art League of Ocean
The Art League of Ocean City,
Inc. is a non-profit organization
dedicated to the enrichment
of life through the arts. The
Art League is located adjacent
to the water tower on 94th Street,
bayside. All activities are
open to the public and benefits
to members are substantial.
The Ocean Gallery is an Ocean
City institution. There are
several Ocean Gallery location
in Ocean City, but the best
(and strangest) is located right
on the boardwalk close to the
Southern terminus at 2nd street.