We’re excited to bring you the eighth Cape May Restaurant Week, today through June 7th, featuring fixed-price dining at Cape May’s best restaurants. If you’ve ever wanted to try some place new, this is the time to do it. Our lunch tier is just $15 and includes an appetizer or dessert and an entree. Dinner… Read more »
The Gallagher House still stands today at 45 Jackson Street. In this photograph, a Miss Taylor occupies the upper level, and the Gallagher family the lower.
I have known nothing but the beach my entire life, and it has become a massive part of who I am. From long walks down sandy shores to longer days spent in the water, my memories are filled with the beaches of Cape May. Their beauty and power will endlessly attract locals and tourists alike,… Read more »
As a has been the tradition since Convention Hall opened on Memorial Day weekend in 2012, Veterans, active duty military and their families and the general public gathered to remember the fallen from all of America’s wars again this year. The audience of over 500 listened quietly as the Cape Harmonaires offered a collection of… Read more »
Washington Street, circa 1900
Vintage photograph of the Cape May Beach Patrol, courtesy of the Steger family.
The Liberty Theater, on the 500 block of the Washington Street Mall, where Liberty Way is located today. Dellas General Store is located on the left, where it still stands today.
The George Hildreth House, known today as Poor Richard’s Inn, stands at 17 Jackson Street. It is the sister to 45 Jackson Street, the Christopher Gallagher House. Poor Richard’s was built in 1882.
Do you recognize the top of this building, which has a sister just down the street?
Long before whalers and yeomen of European descent came to New Jersey’s lower cape peninsula, Native Americans lived on its sandy shores. He recently gave a fireside lecture on the history of Native Americans in the county, held at the Museum of Cape May County. As a tribal legend keeper, Chief Robert Redfeather Stevenson, of… Read more »