Victorian Cape May City, the
"Nation's Oldest Seashore Resort," has been
welcoming visitors for more than a century. With
over 600 authentically restored and preserved
Victorian structures, the city is a National
Historic Landmark site and has achieved national
recognition as one of the best Bed & Breakfast
Inn resorts in the country.
ambiance of Victorian architecture, intricate
gingerbread trim, old-time gas lights, cozy
rocking chairs and colorful stained glass will
sweep you up into the magic and romance of this
one-of-a-kind Victorian Resort.
Tours of the historic
district and many of the Victorian inns are
scheduled daily through the Mid-Atlantic Center
for the Arts. Cape
May offers much more than Victorian hotels and
inns. Many modern motels, apartments and
condominiums are located throughout the city.
Fine dining and unique shopping are found from
one end of the city to the other.
Fishing, sight seeing, whale
watching, kite flying, and sailing are a few of
the outdoor activities available on a Cape May
vacation. A don't miss is the annual Tulip
Festival held each spring, Victorian Week held
every fall, and Christmas in Cape May which
begins after Thanksgiving each year.
The Cape May Convention
Center, located on the promenade, hosts a
variety of events for children and adults. The
only U.S. Coast Guard Training Center is located
in Cape May. For tour information call (609)
information on Cape May accommodations and
events call (609) 884-5508.
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