The Doo Wop Preservation League Museum, Wildwood

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
The Doo Wop Preservation League was formed in 1997 by a group of Wildwood business owners, town devotees, architecture buffs and kitsch lovers with a serious commitment to the Wildwoods' past and future. The league's efforts come in response to studies conducted by the University of Pennsylvania, Yale University and Kent State University, validating and crediting the Wildwoods with having the largest collection of mid-century commercial (or "Doo Wop") architecture in the nation, taking the form of 1950s-era resort motels, diners, restaurants and vintage neon signs.
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  • I read alot about the Doo Wop Preservation but I was ery disappointed by the lack of retro items they had. I was expected to be wowed, but not. The things they did have were nice but could use more do...  read more »
  • This museum is clearly a result of dedicated, loving people. It is small, but packed with treasures. Take you time to read the various posters and plaques. The neon light collection is impressive and ...  read more »
  • Lots of fun for us old timers to show our grandkids how it "used to be"! All the appliances and things from the 50's. And good ice cream too! 
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