Summer isn’t over quite yet! Get your fix of warm weather dining al fresco at one of Cape May’s many beautiful restaurants. You’re on vacation and shouldn’t have to be doing any research, obviously, so we went ahead and compiled a list of all the hot spots to eat in town that have fun outdoor… Read more »
The Best of Cape May is CapeMay.com’s annual survey, when we ask you to tell us what businesses you think deserve the title “Best of Cape May.” It took us over two days to crawl through the responses, but we have determined a winner and runner-up for every category in this year’s Best of Cape… Read more »
On August 21, a solar eclipse will be visible across all of North America. For those in the path of totality, it will be a total solar eclipse. Cape May isn’t in that path, but you can still enjoy a partial solar eclipse (if the clouds are willing) if you’ll be here during this event.… Read more »
It’s August, which means we are asking you to tell us what you consider to be the best in Cape May, from fish tacos to Bed & Breakfast Inns. The survey takes about ten minutes to complete, and the results are hand-tallied at the end of August. Vote now at bestofcapemay.com
When people ask me what the best way to explore Cape May is, I always tell them to bike. Biking through town is a fantastic way to get around while also getting some exercise in! Cape May has plenty of scenic bike trails to keep visitors busy and in touch with nature, one of the… Read more »
If left to the elements in the summertime, my hair resembles a lion’s mane; because of this not-so-desirable quality, I consider myself a near-expert on hair products that tame the beast and leave my hair silky and ready for any kind of weather. Here are my 4 top picks of products that really do help.
Congress Hall’s new play Into the Third Century is Cape May’s answer to the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue.
There are many common anxieties when it comes to B&Bs. For those of you are nervous about your first bed and breakfast experience, we’ve broken down five questions about these wonderful places to stay and provided some honest answers.
Visitors to Cape May for the 4th of July won’t be able to climb the lighthouse or visit the WWII lookout tower unless the State of New Jersey lifts their closure of all state non-essential operations, which includes beaches, forests, and historic sites. The closures are due to a stalemate over the Fiscal Year 2018… Read more »
July 4th weekend is right around the corner, and Cape May is celebrating with many fun events this season! July 1st: Cape May Independence Day Parade The parade route runs along Beach Avenue. Begins at 1pm. July 1st: Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast at Convention Hall 7:30-11am at Convention Hall. Proceeds from the breakfast benefit the local… Read more »