Mon - Fri: 7am - 10pm

​​Saturday: 8am - 10pm

​Sunday: 8am - 11pm


The Doo Wop Experience and Neon Sign Garden are located directly across from the Wildwoods Convention Center on Ocean Avenue between Burk and Montgomery Avenues.



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Jul 17

Dunk tank clown gone for good?


I may be mistaken, but it looked like the dunk tank was under construction last year. He wasn't there the year before. Is he gone for good?

Jul 17

If it is gone for good I'll miss the clown in the tank. His insults were funny.

Jul 17

in this day and age, he would never survive. People are too sensitive for this kind of fun today.

There were no signs of the clown this year.

Jul 19

I think Frank may be right, if someone recorded his insults and put it on Facebook it would probably turn into the "triggering thing of the day". The last time I saw him was several years ago and I'm surprised the group he was heckling didn't drag him out of his tank and beat his brains out. It was hilarious though. I don't know if there were several bozos or just one but this guy also had the most obnoxious laugh.

I recorded him saying, "High and dry...Heh, Heh, Heh". I use it as a notifier on my phone. Draws attention when I'm out around others. Heh, Heh, Heh.



New Posts
  • did bonellis market building sell? I saw an address in property transfers that I believe is the market.
  • looks like they want to have a stretch focusing on retail and new decorations:
  • This is a bit outdated. I was going to post this earlier this past summer, however my laptop died- along with all my bookmarks. Back on August 7 , The Dom Giordano Program on Philadelphia talk radio station 1210 WPHT interviewed Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano. It was supposed to be an interview about Ocean City, NJ's problem with seagulls and how Wildwood deals with their seagulls. In addition to seagulls, the interview touched on some other topics including the season in general and Pacific Ave. Something I learned from the interview... I never knew Wildwood is known as "The blue collar Riviera". In reference to the seagulls, the mayor commented, "They actually are our best cleaners of the beach...Without them our beaches would be a hell of a lot dirtier". Concerning Pacific Avenue, the Mayor said, although they're trying to revitalize Pacific Ave., "Our main street basically in the summer is the boardwalk... You can't compete against the boardwalk". Anyway, here is a link to the interview in case anyone is interested in listening to it... in case anyone is interested, here is a link to a more recent interview from October 15 , from the same radio program in which the Mayor is interviewed about the Philadelphia woman who was arrested on the beach last summer, who is now suing Wildwood. The Mayor refers to the lawsuit as a "money grab". Link to article and audio clip... (In both interviews, the Mayor sounds a bit nervous when commenting about his re-election coming up in November.)