Cape May

Cape May is America’s oldest seaside resort, designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976. Full of beautiful Victorian architecture and B&Bs, Cape May is considered a New Jersey gem. When you visit this charming town, you’ll witness firsthand how it truly embraces its arts, culture and history.

Things to Do

Varied interests are accommodated within Cape May’s Victorian setting, with two miles of beautiful beaches, top theatre companies, special tours, multiple historic landmarks and much more.

Washington Street Mall

Activities
Shopping

Washington Street Mall

Shop, dine and relax at the Washington Street Mall in the heart of Cape May. Experience unique shopping and over 10 restaurants, all within three blocks. 

Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities

Activities

Tours & Historical Sites

The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) offers a year-round calendar of tours promoting Cape May’s rich history and culture. The Emlen Physick Estate and the Cape May Lighthouse are two of MAC’s historical sites worth visiting.

Theatre

Cape May is home to three talented local theatre companies: Cape May Stage, East Lynne Theater Company and Elaine’s Dinner Theater. Let the latest shows from these companies impress you!

Food & Drink

Long renowned for fine dining, Cape May’s restaurants offer quality meals of every cuisine to please your palate. Here, you’ll find casual to formal dining options for every meal that will satisfy any craving.

Events

Cape May plays host to an abundance of events without compromising its tranquil, slow-paced and relaxing atmosphere

Friday, September 27, 2019
Cape May - Ever wonder how actors living in New York City end up performing at East Lynne Theater Company in Cape May?  What does it take to rehearsal a show and bring it to life before an audience?  Where are the actors performing after "Arsenic and Old Lace" closes? The next opportunity for the... Read More
Sunday, October 13, 2019
Cape May - Writer, historian and leading authority on Winston Churchill, Lee Pollock, will present his lecture, “Roosevelt and Churchill: The Friendship that Saved the World,” Sunday, Oct. 13, at 5 p.m. at Cape May Convention Hall, 714 Beach Ave. This is the eighth annual lecture in the Mid-Atlantic Center... Read More

Entertainment

The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down! You’ll find the best nightlife along Beach Avenue, as well as in other bars and restaurants throughout Cape May. Jam to the hottest local bands, DJs and musicians!
Saturday, September 21, 2019
Ray Gervato 3p-7p
The Change 4p-8p
Andy Reeves 4p-8p (Outside)
Animal House 8p-12a
Ben Arnold 8p-11p
Darin MacDonald 8p-12a
The Locals 8p-12a (Inside)
DJ Entertainment 9:30p-12a
Billy D Light 9:30p-1a
Sunday, September 22, 2019
Brooke DiCaro 3p-7p