WHAT TO DO IN CAPE MAY

Bridge and groom board MAC's trolley

While You're In Cape May

 

Lucky you, coming to a wedding in Cape May! Want to make the experience even more memorable? Spend an extra day or two enjoying all that Cape May has to offer.

 

For more information on year-round tours and events sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities, call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 or spend some time right here on our website and see how much there is to see and enjoy!

MAC's trolley takes a tour group through the Historic District

TAKE A TROLLEY TOUR

OF THE HISTORIC DISTRICT

The best way to see Cape May's Historic District with its charming homes, churches and bed & breakfast inns.

 

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A Model T similar to one owned by Dr. Physick, is parked in front of the Physick Estate

GET A GLIMPSE OF LIFE

IN THE VICTORIAN ERA

Visit the 1879 Emlen Physick Estate, Cape May's only Victorian house museum, and experience the lifestyle of Cape May during this picturesque era.

 

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Wine bottles in a rack

VISIT A LOCAL WINERY

The Cape May area has several award-winning wineries, and there are several ways to visit them, including winery tours & tastings and ongoing food & wine events.

 

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Bike riders in Victorian outfits

TAKE A BIKE TOUR

Cape May is a perfect town for biking and our handy Bike Tour Booklet lets you see and learn all about its historic properties.

 

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The flag waves near theCape May Lighthouse

CLIMB THE CAPE MAY LIGHTHOUSE

Visit the 1859 Cape May Lighthouse and climb 199 steps to the top for a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay.

 

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Tea pots and cups displayed in MAC's Museum Shop

LET'S GO SHOPPING!

Cape May's delightful Washington Street Mall is a shopper's paradise with quaint shops, eateries and more. And don't forget our  Museum Shops  for truly unique gifts!

 

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Visitors read interpretive panels on the boardwalk leading to the World War II Tower

REMEMBER WORLD WAR II

Learn all about the role played by the Cape May area during World War II with a visit to the World War II Lookout Tower.

 

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