When touring Cape May be sure to take the time to visit its 2 1/2 mile wide, welcoming beach. Rates are $4.00 daily, $13 for the week, $9 for three consecutive days or $25 seasonally. Children under... more
The lighthouse at Cape May is seldom open but the park around it is very nice. There are three trail segments that total anywhere from .7 to 4.5 miles. The first section takes you through the wetlands... more
One reason for visiting Cape May during Christmas week this year was my desire to visit the annual "Designers' Showcase House." This year the featured house was the "Memucan Hughes"... more
Our Dolphin Cruise was exceptional! Not only did we see several dolphin, but a mother with her baby, as well. It was thrilling to watch them cavort in the waves!
Cape May Whale and Dolphin Research... more
Cape May County Zoo started as a child's petting zoo in the mid-1970s but has since grown to become a significant attraction in the area, although somewhat surprisingly entry to it is still free of... more
The old firehouse holds a vintage firetruck and interesting items related to Cape May's history. As you investigate this historic structure, browse through the old photos and fire equipment. Our... more
The Emlen Physick Estate is said to be the only museum of Victorian living around. It's a magnificent example of what Cape May has to offer!
Dr. Emlen Physick came from a distinguished family. His... more
There are several places in Cape May to rent surreys or bicycles--Cape Island Bicycles is one of them. If you have leisure time, why not see Cape May at your own speed!
Rates are $4.00 per hour to... more
When moving to New Jersey, we learned that our state is located on the migratory route of countless bird species, so it was no surprise to hear that Cape May County is one of the top bird watching... more
See Cape May by trolley! Trolley Tours of Cape May are offered every day--it's a great way to see the town. There are l/2 hour tours to the East end of town or the West end of town which cost $6 for... more
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... more
Cold Spring Village is an open air living history museum located a couple of miles north of town. The Village “brings to life the day-to-day activities of villagers living in South Jersey during the... more
This is THE BEST vineyard I have ever visited. The owner is not a full time resident in Cape May, but he is very passionate about his winemaking. If he is there he will be more than happy to talk to... more
Here is another example of the artwork to be found during the outdoor, art shows on the Cape May boardwalk. I found this painting very appealing. This lady and her furry companions watch out of an... more
I have to say that it had never occurred to us in the past that we might visit New Jersey. While I quite enjoy a brief encounter from time to time with the sort of brash tackiness that its reputation...
Welcome to Cape May New Jersey. This is a great beach town surrounded by beautidful old victorian homes, it feel like you stepped back in time to the 18th & 19th century. There is lots to do here from...