Cape May

Cape May Travel Guide

Articles about Cape May

By Megan Soll

Leave your bathing suit behind, and embrace the pleasures of winter at the beach.

By Katrina Brown Hunt

With boardwalk rides, historic mansions, and homemade fudge, the best seaside towns offer charms that stretch beyond the sand.

By Deb Hopewell

From Arizona to Vermont, here are our favorite towns for checking out fall foliage.

By Katrina Brown Hunt

These uncrowded and unpretentious beach towns, from Florida to Hawaii, promise fun that's (could it be?) actually affordable.

By Lyndsey Matthews

These uncrowded and unpretentious beach towns, from Florida to Hawaii, promise fun that's (could it be?) actually affordable.

By Tom Austin

These uncrowded and unpretentious beach towns, from Florida to Hawaii, promise fun that's (could it be?) actually affordable.

Hotels in Cape May

At this seaside retreat dating to 1882, Room 20 has a private porch overlooking Jackson Street, and its Mad Batter restaurant downstairs serves the most popular brunch in town.

Restaurants in Cape May

Do not show up at 7 p.m. or you will be informed of a one-hour wait and be handed a vibrating beeper.

Things to do in Cape May

One of the best-preserved Victorian districts in America, with crape myrtles sprouting from sidewalks and American-flag bunting hanging from impeccable gingerbread porches laden with rockers and wicker furniture, Cape May is the nation's first seaside resort and southernmost point in New Jersey.