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BEYOND THE BEACH continued (2)
INDOOR SPORTS AT NORTHSIDE PARK
Set up a game at the indoor sports arena at Northside Park. The facility features two full gymnasiums and four indoor basketball courts. The gyms can also be used for volleyball or indoor soccer.

125th St., Ocean City. 410-250-0125. oceancitymd.gov.

OC TOWNCENTER MIDTOWN BOARDWALK
The center connects iconic Ocean City retail stores includingKiteLoft, Atlantic Gold Jewelers, Ron Jon Surf Shop, Summer House Trading Co. and more. There are also several restaurants for visitors to checkout, from Longboard Cafe to Sweet Frog Froyo and more.

67th Street and Coastal Highway, Bayside, Ocean City. 443-880-2341.

THE WARD MUSEUM OF WILDFOWL ART
Located next to Schumaker Pond in Salisbury, the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art features a large collection of decorative and antique decoys. The museum was named in honor of Stephenand Menuel Ward,who pioneered the transition of carving decoys from a working tool to an expressive wild fowl sculpture.

909 S. Schumaker Drive, Salisbury. 410-742-4988. wardmuseum.org.

SEACRETS DISTILLING CO.
The first distillery opened in Worcester County since the end of Prohibition in 1933, Seacrets Distilling Co. invites visitors to travel back in time to the Prohibition-era for a behind-the-barrels tour of how the spirits are made.

11149th St., Ocean City. 410-524-2669. seacretsdistilling.com.

OCEAN CITY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Located in the Roland E. Powell Convention Center, this state-of-the-art theater offers intimate setting for concerts,musicals, danceper formances and more.

4001Coastal Highway, Convention Center, Ocean City. 410-289-2800. ocmdperformingartscenter.com.

DELMARVA DISCOVERY MUSEUM
This living museum includes immersive exhibits that take visitors on a journey through Delmarva and the Cypress Swamp. The16,000-square-foot, 1920s-era building houses exhibits,amuseumstore and a classroom. One of its most popular exhibits is the Wally Gordon River Otter Habitat where two playful otters, Mac and Tuck, frolic in their 6,000-gallon aquarium.

2 Market St., Pocomoke City. 410-957-9933. delmarvadiscoverycenter.org.

OC FOODIE TOUR
Two different walking tours take visitors on a three-hour culinary experience of Ocean City “foodiehood.” Enjoy a leisurely pace with tastings at five locally owned restaurants and learn about the area and some Ocean City history to “chew on.”

From 37th to 28th streets, Ocean City. 443-880-1561. ocfoodietour.com.

HOLLY RIDGE EQUESTRIAN CENTER
The center, located in scenic farm country, offers year-round lessons and trail riding through woods filled with all kinds of wildlife, including deer, foxes and bald eagles.

36609 Purnell Crossing Road, Willards. 410-835-2596. hollyridgefarm.com.

BURLEY OAK BREWING CO.
This brewery features sustainable brewing practices using local materials and craftsmen. It offers special events and musical guests on a regular basis.

10016 Old Ocean City Blvd., Berlin. 443-513-4647. burleyoak.com.