Hereford Inlet Lighthouse
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In my view, this and the George F Boyer Historical Museum are the two essential Wildwoods experiences. This has a great little museum inside, including the climb to just under the light room, where you can enjoy a lookout view. The gardens are also outstanding: tranquil and beautiful, with lots of species and varieties. From there you can step out to the set of benches next to the North Wildwood Seawall. My favorite time for sitting there is late on a foggy or misty night, when you can see the light beam sweeping overhead. If you still have some pep in your legs, the Seawall walkway provides an immersive ocean view that's downright thrilling if the water's choppy.
One of the other great historic buildings that I recommend, south of here in Wildwood, is the Boardwalk Chapel (BWC), which gives you a tangible experience of what the Shore was like in the 1940s. What a unique ambience! ~Paul