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The Bar
Established in 1940, The Bar is the best bar in Ocean City! First stop for drinks on the Boardwalk, The Bar offers a cool spot to relax, grab a drink and hang out!

The Inlet Lodge
Here at the Inlet Lodge, we're excited about all we offer our guests. Everything needed to make your stay a pleasurable one is right at our door. You'll find yourself in a unique atmosphere where our friendly personnel go out of their way to make you feel special. You'll find it fun to stay just steps from all the action (you shouldn't even need your car).

Olde Towne Photo Emporium

Go back in time at Olde Towne Photo Emporium, on the Boardwalk in Ocean City! Get your picture taken in any of our fun, exciting backdrops: Wild West Bar, Jail Scene, Gangster Car, Western Stagecoach, or Fireplace.



Marty's Playland
Marty's Playland is more then just a video arcade, we are family fun place, part of Ocean City history and one of the nicest and affordable vacation accommodations in town!Since the 1930's we have been providing entertainment for all age groups. Located on the corner of Boardwalk and Worcester street, Marty's Playland is only a 5 minute stroll from the ocean.

Inlet Village
Stroll through our quaint shopping village. Modeled after an old fishing village, our collection of stores will please the whole family. A variety of shops and restaurants await you on the boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland.

Wheels of Yesterday
Wheels of Yesterday Classic Car Museum is located in West Ocean City (about one mile from Ocean City). $5 for adults, $3 for children under 12.

Francis Scott Key
The Francis Scott Key Family Resort is located on Route 50 in beautiful Ocean City, Maryland. One mile from the beach and boardwalk, across from great shopping at the Ocean City Factory Outlets, The Francis Scott Key Family Resort offers a Country Club atmosphere for your vacation with tons of extra amenities.

Travel back into the past with a stroll down Main Street in Berlin, Maryland (about 7 miles from Ocean City). Victorian architecture, federal era structures and wending, tree-lined streets characterize the charm of the town.