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Cape May, NJ beach

The city of Cape May, declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976, is today a resort for all seasons.

Visitors enjoy the sparkling beaches, ocean promenade, fine shops, restaurants, horse-drawn carriage tours, Victorian trolley and walking tours, equity professional theater, antiquing, bicycling, walking, bay and deep-sea fishing , boating, playing tennis, and strolling through the city's gas-lit streets lined with an extensive collection of Victorian homes.

Nearby, visitors can also enjoy exploring Cape May Point State Park, climbing to the top of the Cape May lighthouse and World War II watch tower, strolling Sunset Beach, searching for Cape May diamonds, bird watching, and golfing. Grace, charm, relaxation, and enjoyment permeate the Cape May experience.

More Cape May links to explore:

Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May

East Lynne Theater Company

Midatlantic Center for the Arts

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The Henry Sawyer Inn
722 Columbia Avenue
Cape May, NJ 08204
Tel: (609) 884-5667
or (800) 449-5667

Text us: (609) 418-6066
henrysawyerinn@verizon.net

   


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