- Things to Do
Cape May MAC offers three gift shops: the Carriage House at the Emlen Physick Estate, the Cape May lighthouse museum shop, and the World War II Lookout Tower museum shop. All three gift shops are fully accessible. The Carriage House Everything you need to relax in style with a warm and fragrant cup of tea.… Read more »More info
Make sure to put Tommy’s Folly Boutique on your Cape May “must-do” list. Located on the corner of Carpenters Lane & Perry Street, this stylish boutique is a fashion lover’s paradise and features sophisticated resort wear and accessories from both established designers and up-and-coming talent.More info
Willow & Stone is the latest addition to their Cape May family of stores including Good Scents and Red Oak Trading. Willow & Stone is looking to challenge fast fashion. They carry eco-friendly, sustainable and Fair Trade accessories, jewelry and clothes for men and women. Most items are made in the USA.More info
All of the shops in Cape May are independently owned and operated, so they open and close at their discretion.
From mid-June to Labor Day, most stores are open 10am-10pm daily.
After Labor Day to late October, most are open from 10am-5pm with longer hours on Friday and Saturday.
Some stores are seasonal and close for the winter or are open only on weekends.
The majority of Cape May's shops can be found in these locations:
There is metered parking available along Carpenters Lane and Mansion Street/Lyle Lane during the summer, which puts you within walking distance to the Washington Street Mall, Washington Commons, and Carpenters Lane.
Meters in the mall area are active April 1 - December 31.
Parking in West Cape May is always free.