Comfort Inn Gold Coast
11201 Coastal Hwy.
Ocean City, MD 21842-2513
Phone: (410) 524-3000
Fax: (410) 524-8255
Arts & Museums
Groups are welcome at this musuem where you will see a large collection of shipwreck artifacts, local history displays, shells, pottery, and coins. It proivides several interactive displays and exhibits, which includes jewelry, bottles, weapons, tools & navigational instruments.
Ocean City's Ripley's Believe It or Not! is not hard to miss with its moving 40 foot shark crashing through the side of the building. Its 12 themed galleries contain over 500 mind boggling exhibits, oddities, curiosities and illusions, including a laser maze, mirror maze, authentic shrunken heads, a unique and rare engraved ceremonial bear skull from the island of Borneo, the world
Open year-round, this museum strives to preserve the history of U.S. Life-Saving Service on the eastern shore of Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. It also houses exhibits regarding Ocean City's history.
Open year round from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Antique, classic, and special-interest car museum.
The home of the first mayor of Pocomoke. A fine example of Victorian Italianate architecture, the home was built shortly after the Civil War and was lived in continuously by members of the Costen family for more than a century. Call for hours.
A camp meeting tent dating to the 1890s that has become a museum featuring artifacts and memorabilia from this period.
Historic buildings once owned by Mr. Marvel including the Barrel Roof Barn, the Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church, the Workman Barn, the Lynch Building , and the Blacksmith Shop.
Zwaanendael were the Dutch immigrants to Delaware in the early 17th Century. They were the first colonial settlement in Delaware, and this site is now known as the city of Lewes. Three centuries later, Zwaanendael Museum was established to celebrate these early inhabitants of Delaware. The museum building is a beautiful brick structure, replicating the town hall of Dutch city Hoorn. The two floors of this museum feature exhibits displaying the life of the first settlers as well as the local history of Lewes.
A group of twenty-two watercolor artists from the Mid-Atlantic Coast in Lewes who get together and display their collective works on Wednesdays through Sundays.