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Cape May

Cape May

postcardcapemayCape May is known for its prominent place in Victorian history – as a matter of fact, in 1976 the entire town was declared a National Historic Landmark. With its picturesque bed and breakfast inns, expansive beach front and multitude of tours, events and festivals, Cape May is one of the oldest seaside resorts in the country. It is located on the southernmost tip of New Jersey’s cape, but is also considered an island because of a canal that separates it from the mainland.  Read more about this picturesque and historic beach town by clicking on the links below.

For more information about Cape May, please follow the links below:

Find out why Cape May is “The Nation’s Oldest Seaside Resort”
History of Cape May
Cape May Beach Information
Where to Stay in Cape May
Where to Eat in Cape May
Free Weekly Summer Events in Cape May

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