Carriage House Gallery Exhibits
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Throughout the year, the Carriage House Gallery is home to changing exhibits that bring Cape May history to life. Visit scenes from the Victorian era or explore Cape May’s African American heritage; reminisce on years past or become a kid again when the Gallery turns into a holiday wonderland.


The Carriage House Gallery is fully accessible

For information, call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278


APRIL 25-OCT. 14

From the beginning, fire has shaped Cape May more than any other force, natural or manmade. Even today, fire continues to be the bane of Cape May, a National Historic Landmark filled with hundreds of restored Colonial and Victorian buildings. Exhibit curator Ben Miller, author of Exit Zero's best-selling book, The First Resort, takes visitors on a journey through Cape May's fiery past in this must-see exhibit that includes an authentic 1924 Model T fire truck. 

Sponsored by Sturdy Savings Bank

Oct. 18-Nov. 9

Cape May County Art League brings their Members’ Fall Fine Arts Show to the Carriage House Gallery in celebration of the organization's 85 years of community service.Admission is free.

Oct. 18-Nov. 9
Carriage House Gallery Exhibit: “Cape May County Art League’s Members’ Fall Fine Arts
Show.” Celebrating 85 years of community service. At the Carriage House Gallery on the grounds of
the Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St. Admission is free. Saturday, Oct. 18 through Sunday,
Nov. 9. Open daily; times vary. Sponsored by the Cape May County Art League in association with the
Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (


November 21, 2014 - January 1, 2015

The Carriage House Gallery at the Physick Estate becomes a Christmas wonderland this time of year. It's all about the wonder of Christmas morning with model trains and toys beneath the tree. You can actually stand under our tree and marvel at the trains, old-fashioned toys, and  Dickens Village houses, people and accessories that make you feel like a kid on Christmas morning. Kids can write a letter to Santa and leave it in his special mail box.

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The annual Christmas exhibit in the Gallery features the underside of a giant tree, beneath which you'll find toys, trains, and an extensive collections of Dickens Village buildings.