- Our list of the best things to do in Ocean City, Maryland, features the top 100 nearby activities — including 40 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Ocean City, MD has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Amusement, Outdoor Places, Water Activities, and Sights & Landmarks.
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21781 Aviation Avenue, Georgetown, DE 19947 MoreLess Info
Located at the Sussex County Airport, Delaware Aviation Museum celebrates and honors the contributions of aviation in World War II and other historic battles. Various artifacts and memorabilia are on display including aircraft.
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Henlopen Drive, Lewes, DE MoreLess Info
With Delaware River & Bay Lighthouse Foundation Tours, visitors can view historic Delaware lighthouses like Breakwater Light up close by boat. Visitors also have the opportunity to spot dolphins from the boat.
The quickest path between Cape May, New Jersey and Lewes, Delaware is the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. The ferry accommodates pedestrians, cyclists and passenger vehicles. Reservations are recommended and may be made online.
1812 Memorial Park is a beautiful and relaxing park in the city of Lewes that is highlighted by the parks center cannon. The 1812 War Cannon, and surrounding plaques, are present as a reminder of war and those who fought here.
Named for a former five-term mayor, George H. P. Smith Park features a butterfly garden and a pond area that can be used for fishing. The park also contains a playground, walking trails and a pavilion with tables.
Built in 1765, the Cannonball House, serves as the site of the local Maritime Museum. Filled with historic artifacts and exhibits, the site played a key role in the War of 1812, and the still has a cannonball lodged in its foundation, hence the name.