America’s first seaside resort Cape May, New Jersey has welcomed visitors for generations with its hospitality and Victorian charm. Combine the location, architecture and hospitality with its year round calendar of cultural, and family-friendly events, and it’s clear that this is a destination for all seasons.

Unlike other popular East Coast seaside towns, Cape May stays open and thrives during fall and winter, with a variety of activities every weekend. Cape May plays host to festivals and a variety of shops with unique merchandise.

Named “The restaurant capital of New Jersey” by The New York Times, Cape May offers an assortment of cuisines any “foodie” would love. Top chefs dot the kitchens in Cape May, and impress guests with attention to detail and an appreciation of food as an art form, creating culinary masterpieces, both pleasing to the eye and the taste buds.

With over a hundred acres of grape producing farmland, the “Cape May Peninsula” is tempered by the ocean and bay air. It provides fewer extremes and a longer growing season suited for wine grapes. With 6 award-winning wineries throughout Cape May County we can provide for anyone’s taste. Continue to enjoy the wines after you leave as they can be shipped out of state. We also have an abundance of craft breweries and distilleries most are small batch operations and use local seasonal ingredients. The wineries, breweries, and distilleries are year round operations and each venue provides a different setting so you can unwind from the daily stresses.

The town is 2.5 square miles, located at the southern tip of New Jersey. Cape May is easily accessible, you can fly, drive or take a ferry ride. Atlantic City International, Philadelphia International, Baltimore Washington International, Cape May – Lewes Ferry cmlf.com or via the Garden State Parkway.

For more information visit www.capemaychamber.com