Wildwood, New Jersey: Castle Dracula Coat of Arms
All that remains of a legendary boardwalk spook house attraction that fell to a mysterious fire. Part of the historical museum collection.
George F. Boyer Historical Museum
- 3907 Pacific Ave., Wildwood, NJ
- George F. Boyer Historical Museum. Hwy 47 east into Wildwood. Cross Park Blvd and New Jersey Ave., then turn left onto Pacific Ave. Drive nine blocks north. On the right.
- Free, donation suggested.
Castle Dracula Coat of Arms Survived the Fire
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In Wildwood, New Jersey there is a place called the Boyer Museum that houses the Wildwood Historical Society. Not only does it have the National Marbles Hall of Fame but they feature a display of all the old closed or burned down rides from the Wildwood Boardwalk. On one wall is a Castle Dracula section preserving the original Coat of Arms that hung above the Castle entrance gates. It was one of the only items that survived the blaze. The guys who work there are great and very informative. If you are in Wildwood its a definite must-see. Loads of old pics and other interesting items.
[Mike Vlkovic, 07/17/2003]
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