Ocean City Life Saving Station Museum
The Stormy Sixties

The Boardwalk at Caroline Street circa 1964 showing the museum building at its original location
Now through May of 2017

This temporary exhibit pays tribute to the decade of “The Stormy Sixties” focusing on events, lifestyles and growth of that tumultuous time. The 1960’s was a decade of change for America and also a very memorable decade for Ocean City. Although only one man, Hugh T. Cropper Jr., presided as Mayor during this time the Town went through a lot of changes and development. There were riots, storms, cool fashions, condominiums and as always, a whole lot of fun! In fact, the 1960 O.C. Bureau of Information touted Ocean City as “The Hospitality Resort with Family Fun at Family Prices”.





This exhibit should be a lot of fun for all of you “Baby Boomers” out there. Who could forget fun times at The Beach Club, sing-a-longs at The Irish House or your first trip to the newly opened Frontier Town or a ride through Trimper’s Haunted House?