Cape May is home to a variety of museums and historic sites and galleries displaying art throughout the year.
Our Antique Fire Engine is a 1928 American La France and is housed inside the museum. The museum is open and free to the public.
Just two miles from the city of Cape May, NJ, the Cape May Lighthouse has drawn visitors throughout its history.
Steward of The Colonial House Museum, located in the first period Memucan Hughes house, c. 1730. Restored tavern room, common room and Gallery Exhibit Room on first floor.
A visit to the Physick Estate today offers a look back at our Victorian past as evidenced by its architecture, decorative arts, and customs.
The inspiring story of an American hero, the rich history of abolitionist activism, and the enduring legacy of the African American community in Cape May County
Historic Cold Spring Village brings to life the day-to-day activities of villagers living in South Jersey during the “age of homespun.”
Established in 1927, the Cape May County Museum has been our county’s foremost advocate for the acquisition, preservation and display of local history.
The Nature Center of Cape May was founded in 1992, with the twin goals of creating a responsible stewardship program for open space surrounding Cape May Harbor and providing environmental education for people of all ages.
Naval Air Station Wildwood (NASW) Aviation Museum is a non-profit museum located at the Cape May Airport inside historic Hangar #1.
SOMA Gallery is dedicated to providing a quality exhibition space for the many talented regional artists working in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Where a Field meets the Forest and Marsh on the Crow Creek!
New Jersey’s last remaining restorable World War II tower
Cape May is a destination for the entire family.
There's no reason to leave your best friend at home when you visit Cape May.
There's more to Cape May than the beach. Even on a rainy day, you won't be bored.
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