- TripBuzz found 143 things to do with kids in or near Cape May, New Jersey, including 117 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rehoboth Beach, Wildwood, Lewes and Sea Isle City.
- From Thundercat Dolphin Watch to Cape May Whale Watcher, the Cape May area offers 79 different types of family activities, including: Kayaking, Beaches, Theaters and Farms & Ranches.
- Cape May is located where the Atlantic Ocean meets Delaware Bay at the southern most tip of the Cape May Peninsula. It is a small city that is considered to be one of the oldest vacation resort destinations in the United States. This long history is preserved through many historic Victorian buildings along with the sprawling seashore beaches.
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15411 Abbott's Pond Road, Milford, DE 19963 MoreLess Info
Abbot's Mill in Milford, Delaware is a working grain mill powered by water. This rarity is also home to a nature preserve that attracts dozens of local wildlife species. The Abbot's Mill Nature Center is popular with school groups, scouting organizations and visiting families.
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907 Shore Road, Somers Point, NJ 8244 MoreLess Info
The Atlantic County Historical Society Library & Musem is a non profit organization founded in 1913 to celebrate, commemorate, and raise awareness of local history and culture. It maintains a variety of facilities and exhibits, and sponsors educational programs.
Duke O-fluke is a fishing company that offers fishing tours with the opportunity to catch flounder, bluefish, seabass, and weakfish. The party boat includes bait, sodas and light snacks, and a fish cleaning service.
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1510 Harbor Cove South, Somers Point, NJ 08244 MoreLess Info
Specializing in both fishing trips and scenic cruises, Defiant Charters Day Tours offers a variety of tours on its 34-foot catamaran. The company provides all equipment and bait, and is run by an experienced captain.
Possum Point Players is a volunteer community theater organization that features live theater for education and enjoyment. They offer a wide range of performances including Broadway musicals, dramas, comedies, children's shows and dinner theater shows.
Housed in a restored building dating from 1886, the Somers Point Historical Museum features an extensive archive of photographs from all eras of local history. It also features maps, scrapbooks, and other artifacts.
Dover, Delaware is home to the John Dickinson Plantation, a historical interpretive center that was once the residence of John Dickinson, one of the signers of the United States Constitution. Tours are available, and large groups must schedule tours in advance.
Pickering Beach provides marine-life enthusiasts and families with an opportunity to observe the seasonal migration of Horseshoe Crabs to the beach to spawn their eggs. Amenities also include a boat launch for fishing, but the highlight is watching the variety of birds and the crabs.
In 1941, the Millville Airport was declared America's First Defense Airport, and it now serves as the Millville Army Airfield Museum. Indoor exhibits look into the life and times of soldiers and pilots from World War II while outdoor displays look at the aircrafts.