Sunset Blvd., Cape May New Jersey’s last remaining restorable World War ll tower, part of the immense Harbor Defense of the Delaware system known as Fort Miles, playing a major part in coastal defenses.
1048 Washington Street, CapeMay Cape May’s only Victorian House Museum. Take a guided tour of the 1879 Physick House Museum for a look at Victorian architecture and the period that reflects a Victorian family’s lifestyle.
632 Lafayette Street, Cape May Harriet Tubman lived at this address in Cape May in the early 1850’s, working to help fund her missions to guide enslaved people to freedom. The museum highlights the pivotal role Cape May played in the fight for freedom.
Located at the Cape May Airport is The Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum (NASW), a non-profit museum set inside a lovingly restored, 92,000 square foot hangar. The museum encourages ‘hands-on’ learning, with tons of interactive features that can be enjoyed by all the family. Inside the museum is an enthusiastic range of planes, helicopters,…