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Cape May, New Jersey, is the nation's oldest seashore resort, and the Washington Street Mall is built near the original business district. Comprised of small independent businesses many have been owned by the same family for years.
East Lynne Theater Company has produced 135 different plays and musicals. This number includes 39 world premieres and 12 New Jersey premieres. East Lynne Theater Company (ELTC) maintains an expansive house museum and offers tours to patrons.
Ghosts of Cape May Trolley Tour offers guests a trolley ride through historic Cape May. The night tours offer a spooky and educational history of the houses and their past inhabitants throughout the city.
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Lafayette St. and Decatur St., Cape May, NJ 08204 MoreLess Info
With Cape May Food Tours (Day Tours), visitors can go on a culinary adventure while learning about the city's culture and history from an experienced guide. The tour stops at eight eateries and provides food samples at each location.
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Bank and Lafayette Street, Cape May, NJ 08204 MoreLess Info
Cape May Stage Professional Equity Theater is a theater company that features traditional, new, and contemporary works in an intimate auditorium. The theater can seat up to 134 persons at a time.
There's no need for visitors to be too frightened with Elaine's Walking Ghost Tour. Tour guides will lead groups around a the Victorian-themed town while telling jokes, informing, and telling scary stories.
Located in a hotel, Elaine's Dinner Theater offers visitors a two course meal with live entertainment. The performance has audience participation, with actors often pulling willing participants to the stage with them.