A visit to the Physick Estate today offers a look back at our Victorian past as evidenced by its architecture, decorative arts, customs, and the lives of one particular Cape May family, the Physicks. Emlen Physick Jr., his widowed mother, Frances Ralston, and his maiden aunt Emilie Parmentier moved into their home when it was completed in 1879.
600 N Delsea Dr, Cape May Ct Hse, NJ, United States
Founded in 1976 by New Jersey Audubon*, the Cape May Bird Observatory is a leader in research, environmental education, bird conservation, and recreational birding activities.
Our mission is to understand and instill appreciation of the needs of resident and migrating birds so that human ambitions do not undermine them. Funded almost entirely by the support of an international membership, two facilities serve our members' needs and interests.
The Wildwoods Convention Center is a modern, multipurpose facility equipped with exhibit, ballroom, meeting and pre-function space.
Located on the world famous Wildwoods Boardwalk directly overlooking the beach and ocean, this unique, state-of-the-art, 260,000-square-foot facility offers one of the most spacious, flexible, innovative and inviting venues available for conventions, trade shows, meetings, concerts and exhibits. Located within a day’s drive of one-third of America’s population, it can accommodate groups as small as 100 or as large as 10,000.
Each area is flexible and can be divided to provide our clients with a variety of space options and configurations. In addition, we offer an array of amenities, including complete catering, state-of-the-art communication services and a friendly, experienced staff.
Located overlooking Cape May Harbor in historic Cape May, NJ, The Lobster House has proudly provided guests a variety of dining experiences for over four generations. Open for luncheon and dinner year-round, 7 days a week, our main waterfront restaurant’s five dining rooms and full bar offer upscale family friendly dining in a uniquely nautical atmosphere. The commercial fishing fleet at The Lobster House dock offloads and ships millions of pounds of seafood annually and supplies much of the fresh seafood served here. Come and enjoy an atmosphere unparalleled almost anywhere!
Cape May, NJ is the nation’s oldest seashore resort. The year-round population of Cape May is about 4,700, a number that has varied little for over a hundred years. That number can swell to more than 40,000 on some summer weekends. Cape May, also known as the Queen of the Seaside Resorts, distinguishes herself in many ways. We have the pristine beaches and all the amenities that make any seashore town lovely, but also our Victorian heritage – the result of a fire in 1878 which burnt much of the business district to the ground and resulted in a rich architectural history equal to none. In fact, in 1976 the entire city of Cape May was declared a National Historic Landmark. Possessing one of the country’s largest collections of 19th century framed buildings, Cape May is New Jersey’s jewel in the crown.
Make a date with the Cape May Day Spa and treat your body to an uplifting, luxurious spa experience.
Located in Victorian Cape May, New Jersey , the Cape May Day Spa is a full-service Cape May spa offering state-of-the-art spa services in a relaxing, tranquil, richly-appointed ambiance of total comfort.
Let the certified professional staff make your trip to the seashore something really special. The Cape May Day Spa is a Holistic Center, designed for the Perfect Escape.
Because our daily lives are typically filled with things to do, people to see and jobs that need attending to, Serenity Now Massage Spa aims to give you that much-needed chance to step back from the chaos in your life. Think of us as your oasis for relaxation and rejuvenation!
500 Forrestal Road, Cape May Airport, NJ, United States
Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum is housed inside Hangar #1 at the Cape May Airport in southern New Jersey. The site was formerly a Naval aviation base during World War II. Hangar #1 is listed on the National and New Jersey State Registers of Historic Places at the National Significance Level. The Aviation Museum is open year-round and boasts over 26 aircraft displays as well as military memorabilia, engines, photographs, interactive exhibits and more! For more information about our aircraft and exhibits, please visit the Exhibits page.
Historic Cold Spring Village brings to life the day-to-day activities of villagers living in South Jersey during the “age of homespun.” (1789-1840). Visitors can make a personal connection between the past and present through the interactive, educational, and hands-on family activities. The Village is open seasonally and for special events throughout the year.
Welcome aboard the Cape May-Lewes Ferry and take a break from the ordinary!
Whether you're crossing the Delaware Bay for a fun day trip or as part of a long-distance trip, on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry, your journey is sure to be a memorable one. Enjoy historic lighthouses, picturesque harbors, oceangoing vessels, unique seabirds and, just maybe, your very own dolphin escort!
Wild and wilderness – that is Higbee Beach. Some know it as a place for nature, others a place for naturalists, still others as a place to retreat from the overcrowded beaches and byways of Cape Island.
Since 1973 Sunset Beach has been owned and operated by the same family, who have worked hard to make this a destination spot for all who visit Cape May. Many people over the years have helped to make the Sunset Beach experience an unforgettable one. All visitors passing through our doors can expect the family members and trusted employees to treat them with personalized service and a smile. All of us here at Sunset Beach take pride in making everyone feel right at home when visiting this lovely area.
On behalf of the Commissioners and employees of the Borough of Cape May Point, NJ, we would like to welcome you to Cape May Point's official website.
This site is for our Cape May Point "family" of property owners and the general public to understand the function of our municipal government departments and the services that they offer.
Cape May National at dawn. Fog lifting. Birds singing. Waterfowl landing in the lakes. Huge bass leaping. Ospreys circling overhead then diving to capture a fish for breakfast. You know the golf course is great. Just ask the pros. There are no houses here—just the perfect slice of one of the last preserved sanctuaries...a private sanctuary for you.
The Tennis club is open to the public and consists of 16 courts, 14 of which are clay composition and two hard surfaces.
The courts are arranged in a particularly nice layout in pairs with many surrounding hedges that provide protection from wind and glare. The center also offers yearly memberships, seasonal and bi-weekly rates. Free parking.