Cape May is America’s oldest seaside resort. It is a great walking town with the Washington Street Mall and the Victorian District, the highlights. Make sure to visit the following:
While on the Washington Street Mall, make sure to buy some of Fralinger’s Original Salt Water Taffy at 326 Washington Street. Since 1885, it is the best on the Shore. Also you must visit Kohr Bros. Frozen Custard, another Jersey Shore tradition, at 512 Washington St.
To shop, make sure to stop in at the the beautiful White & Vivian Rowan Design, 605 Hughes, with wonderful home accessories.
Antique Stores: There are roughly 12 antique stores downtown ready to take your hard-earned money.
Hit the beach and the boardwalk. Having been going to the Jersey Shore since I was 9 months old, I love the arcades with skeeball and all the fun.
In addition to the five wineries in the area, Cape May Brewery comes highly recommended by the NY Times and others; at 1288 Hornet Rd near the airport. They have many events throughout the year
Restored in 1983, the Cape May Lighthouse should be a must-see on your list.
Exit Zero Store and Gallery: Stop in to buy a copy of the Exit Zero Magazine of what to do in town and visit their fun gallery and shop. 109 Sunset Blvd.