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Museum
“A living history village where you can walk through and visit a “working” General Store, school house, blacksmith, bakery, printer, and more, to experience the first years of American Independence. Open in summer only, but you are free to walk the grounds off season as well. There is also a brewery on the property which serves light fare and is open most of the year.”
  • Yerel halktan 8 kişi öneriyor
Arts & Crafts Store
“Everything from vintage seltzer bottles to coffee tables to cutting boards is available at this fun-to-browse marketplace. Great for a rainy day, and the savory scones and donuts at the cafe next door are terrific.”
  • Yerel halktan 10 kişi öneriyor
Arts & Entertainment
“Cape May’s only Victorian house museum which dates back to 1879. Designed by renowned architect Frank Furness, it has been fully restored and offers guided and self-guided tours. Non-flash photography is allowed, children are welcome. You can also book a combo ticket with a local trolley tour.”
  • Yerel halktan 7 kişi öneriyor
Museum
“Vietnam Museum complete with tanks on premises as well as the Flightdeck Diner for great food and a hard to beat breakfast”
  • Yerel halktan 6 kişi öneriyor
Sanat Galerisi
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Library
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Library
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Museum
“Built in 1846 and currently under restoration, this historic house was part of the Underground Railroad and is a significant chapter in the Afro-American history in Cape May. A former slave, Stephen Smith was a successful businessman and philanthropist, who during his lifetime was said to be the wealthiest Black American in the nation. He established the first home in the United States for aged and indigent Colored people and helped to free hundreds of slaves. The non-profit was founded in 2014 and offers private tours on request of the home and garden. It is also included as a stop on the Underground Railroad Trolley Tour. ”
  • Yerel halktan 1 kişi öneriyor
Museum
“Also called the Cape May Fire Department Museum (depends on whether you are in Google or Trip Advisor), this small but interesting museum is a great stop while in town. Vintage fire engine trucks, memorabilia, photographs, equipment, stories about local fires and the firefighters who fought them, patches from departments across the country and more.”
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