- TripBuzz found 149 things to do with kids in or near Sea Isle City, New Jersey, including 139 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cape May, Ocean City, Wildwood and Somers Point.
- From Pirate Island Golf to Larsen's Marina, the Sea Isle City area offers 75 different types of family activities, including: Arcades, Mini Golf, History Museums and Beaches.
- Located in New Jersey's Cape May County, in the states southernmost region, is the city of Sea Isle City. The coastal area offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic and is a popular tourist destination during the warm summer months. The city's most popular points of interest include it's white sand beaches, water recreation sports and charming shops.
The Milford 2nd Street Players is a community based theater group that has year round productions based out of the local Riverfront Theater. Cooperative theater is mainly featured, along with musicals, dramas and comedies.
Located in the original postal building of Milford, the Milford Museum tells the story of the cities rich history. The museum's exhibits include vintage baseball memorabilia, Victorian era silver and a historic doll collection.
Island Surf & Sail is a family owned and operated water and winter sports pro-shop. Standup Paddle, Wakeboard, Kayak, Surfboard, Kiteboard, and Windsurfing rentals and lessons are available for individuals and groups.
With its own quarter mile indoor track, Shore Speed offers visitors a competitive slot car and go-kart experience with Electra Motorsports electric karts. The facility also has an arcade area and rock wall for children to climb.
Kent County Theatre Guild features quality theater to the central Delaware community and currently presents four shows each season. The theatre is a 100-seat auditorium and provides every patron with an excellent view of our elevated stage.
Long Neck's Baywood Greens is a full-featured, luxurious golf resort that features a championship course, practice facilities, a pro shop, fine dining, sophisticated furnishings and top-notch service. It is a popular venue for weddings.
Created in 1905, the Delaware Public Archives, is one of the oldest public archives in the country. Visitors have free access to the over 95,000 square feet of genealogy, government, and historical records.
Before your trip to the Capitol Region, visit the Delaware State Visitor Center, for all of the information you need to insure you see everything. The Center features a museum-like exhibit area, helpful staff, and gift shop.