The Cape May Arcade is conveniently located right on the boardwalk, so it's not hard to find. If the kids are a little weary of peering at Victorian homes and somewhat tired out from a day in the sand or water, take them to the arcade.
Video games, skee ball and other activities will be waiting for them. They can play to their little hearts content!
Don't forget Cape May also has Mini-golf, a trolley ride, carriage rides, cruises or a spin on a surrey for family fun, too.
Carriage rides are a great way to see Cape May! The carriages line up near the Washington Street Mall and you can schedule a ride with one of the drivers.
They operate daily in the summer and at Christmas; Spring and Fall on the weekends only. In a group tour with up to eight passengers it is $10 for adults; $4 for children 2-11; a private tour for up to four passengers is $50 with $4 additional charge for each child age 2-11. Each ride lasts for 1/2 hour.
Hours are April/May, Oct.,Nov. weekends only--Fri.6 pm-10 pm, Sat.11am-3 pm and 6 pm-10 pm, Sun. 11 am-3 pm and 6 pm-10 pm. Summer season daily June 1-Oct.1 10 am-3 pm and 6 pm-10:30 pm.
We took a very nice carriage ride around the historic district one afternoon and loved it. The driver was very knowledgable about the history and was glad to share as we rode around gazing at the beautiful old Victorian home. The carriage was very comfotable and the horse was very clean and easy going, smooth ride. Our tour personal cost $50.00 and seats up to 4 people and a larger carriage that seats up to 8 and they let any one on that one, it not personal and that one is $10.00 per person and $4.00 kids 2-11.
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