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Mon - Fri: 7am - 10pm

​​Saturday: 8am - 10pm

​Sunday: 8am - 11pm

ADDRESS

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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Sep 5

Tram Cars and Boardwalk

4 comments

The local fox news just reported that the Tram Cars will not be running south of the Convention Center because of the structural integrity of the boardwalk. They also spoke of Trenton not allocating the 60 million that they had said was coming!

The concrete supports are damaged according to the article on nj.com.

 

https://www.nj.com/cape-may-county/2019/09/wildwoods-boardwalk-is-crumbing-and-tram-cars-have-to-be-detoured.html

Murphy isn't a friend of any areas that didn't vote for him, they raided the money set aside for our schools in most of Ocean County and reallocated the funds to other areas, basically gave a big screw you to our after school programs. The Wildwood Boardwalk is probably on the bottom of his priority list. Something does need to be done though, with the exception of the area redone years ago by Mariner's Landing the boardwalk is in terrible shape.

My girlfriend and I had a hard time walking on the boards in various parts of the boardwalk this year. It was very rough on my feet and her back. We try to walk on the concrete of the Tramcar path. Something desperately needs to be done. The Morey's certainly must have some type of finances they can use to at least start to fund the project.

Sep 11

I agree that Wildwood's tourism industry contributes greatly to the state's income and they should be helping with this. However, I still blame current city leadership for neglecting something that (in my eyes, anyway) should have received attention all along. It's no secret the boardwalk is important to Wildwood's tourism industry so why is the city acting as if it hasn't been on them to keep it up all these years? I don't see the boardwalk being any different than a major road in a town or city- if it's not a state highway, it's not on the state to be responsible for something on a local level, right?

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