Our very first haunted ride, “Dante’s Inferno – A Trip to Hades” opened in the same exact location way back in 1932. Over many decades, we’ve re-used the same spot
This photo shows the location of our Pleasure Pier in the 1930s. The Santa Cruz Wharf in the background has been there since 1914.
The Boardwalk’s Cocoanut Grove Ballroom maintains its classic charm after more than 100+ years of fashionable dances, popular concerts and must-attend events. Today it’s used for a variety of occasions—bustling
Here’s a fun photo of the beach bandstand back in the 1970s. It sure has changed a lot over the years!
A photo of our Sky Glider back in 1967 (the year it was first introduced) with a photo of how it looks today.
A photo of construction workers on the Giant Dipper back in 1924, with how it looks today.
The Boardwalk’s Cocoanut Grove has gone through many changes over the years, but its function as an entertainment center has remained about the same. Here’s a photo combining a 1938
Next time you’re passing “Bay Brews” (near Logger’s Revenge), take a peek inside to check out a mural you may not have noticed before. The 40-foot painting captures the full
The Crazy Dazy entertained Boardwalk visitors back in the 1960s before it moved to a new home in South Africa. Did you know we’re getting a sweet new “Twirlin’ Teacups”
Hundreds of kids racing to find tiny hidden treasures in the sand during an Easter Egg Hunt at the Boardwalk back in 1947.
When local fishermen captured a Giant Mola Mola (ocean sunfish) and a twelve-foot Monster Octopus way back in 1927, it called for a special exhibit of the two rarities.
Have you ever partied in the Bayview Room inside the Boardwalk’s Cocoanut Grove? This #ThenandNow shows you how it’s changed since 1907. Back in the day, it was a fancy
Remembering Ruth Kahl who passed away recently at the age of 99. As a teenager, Ruth “the Human Submarine” was a featured performer in the Boardwalk Plunge, she held the
Check out this 1968 photograph of Junior Lifeguards taking a break in front of the Boardwalk.
When Olympic ice skaters visited the Boardwalk for a TV special in the summer of 1995, it was definitely a major production. Ted Whiting shares photos and memories from the
When our Clam Chowder Cook-Off first began, way back in the ’80s, organizers faced some interesting challenges. For starters, the event was held indoors, around the mini-golf course, so things