Ocean City is an Atlantic Ocean resort town with popular near 10,000. However, during the summer, the city hosts somewhere between 320,000 and 345,000 people as it is a frequent destination for vacationers. One of the popular places for tourists is Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum. Located along the Ocean City Boardwalk, it is home to many weird things from around the world. There are 12 galleries with over 500 exhibits, each with different themes. As you stroll through the museum, you will come across shrunken heads, two-headed animals and many more mind-bending exhibits. You can also visit the museum's Impossible LaseRace, the Marvelous Mirror Maze and the Candy Factory. While you are there, don’t forget to visit Ocean City Boardwalk. It is the major shopping district and entertainment area of the own. Since 1902, the boardwalk is recognized as one of the best Boardwalks in the nation. USA Today named it one of the nation's "Top 10 Great Boardwalks." This three mile long boardwalk features many prominent businesses, two amusement parks and Trimpers Rides and The Pier, recently renamed as Jolly Roger at The Pier. You can ride bike along the boardwalk, walk exotic kite flying the ocean’s sky, visit local amusement parks, go to downtown neighborhood to witness Victorian style houses. You can also take the Ocean City Boardwalk Tram and take a full tour of the boardwalk while enjoying a beautiful ocean view. The boardwalk fills with music and fun at night. It offers many free family activities during the summer including concerts, bonfires and movies.
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There are tons of things to do for the visitors in Ocean City, Maryland. Many visitors with small children go to Trimper's Rides, a historic amusement park while visiting the city. It is located between the South First Street and the boardwalk. Founded in 1893, the amusement park includes a year-round indoor facility, The Haunted House. The indoor area offers rides mostly for younger kids. It hosts a collection of vintage amusement park memorabilia and paraphernalia. The main attractions inside this part of the building are: a large collection of operating vintage William F. Mangle’s kiddie rides, a circa 1912 Herschell-Spillman Carousel, a Bumper Car ride and a Shooting Gallery. The park’s dark ride, The Haunted House was built in 1964. It offers one of popular rides “Ghost Ship” of the amusement park. The rides at the three outdoor areas include the Tidal Wave, Pirates Cove, a Mirror Maze, Aladdin’s Lamp, Wacky Worm, a Zipper Ride, a Tilt-A-Whirl and more. When you are visiting Ocean City, you must go to Ocean City Beach to complete your trip. It is about 10 miles long with one side facing the ocean and other side towards the bay. It is great place to swim along its crystal clear water or relax on the soft sand. Another popular tourist spot is Northside Park. It is located on 125th Street and is the largest and most popular park facility of the town. This 58-acre park features three softball/baseball fields, a soccer field, multipurpose field, a fishing lagoon, a foot bridge, two playgrounds, picnic area, concession stands, two piers, a gazebo and walking trails. It also houses a large building with a 14,200 square foot gymnasium, kitchen, community room, conference room as well as a sports center annex with a 21,000 square foot multi-sport gym arena.