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Cape May is getting more and more popular as a tourist destination. Cape May, a town with a relaxed and rather genteel atmosphere,  has fine dining, a nice beach, and informative trolley tours to tell you about its Victorian houses and interesting past; there are also walking tours, 'haunted' tours, and horse-drawn carriage rides, with many planned events as well. Lots of shops, too.

Not long ago, Cape May was discovered by New Yorkers as an alternative to the Hamptons. Cape May is becoming well known in other areas of the country, too. Personally, not long after 9/11, we found a lot of comfort in just being able to come to Cape May to dine out on a porch on a warm evening in the soft glow of gas lights, watching a horse and carriage clip-clopping past, in the feeling of something that was enduring.

Here are links to two great sources of information about Cape May, its events, places to stay, etc.:

Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts

Cape May Magazine

See more about Cape May and other places in South Jersey on the travel video "Great Places in South Jersey"

2006 Clay Mikolasy, Producer of the travel video "Great Places in South Jersey"


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