- Our list of the best things to do in Sea Isle City, New Jersey, features the top 193 nearby activities — including 68 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Sea Isle City, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Amusement, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Sea Isle City, NJ , followed by 183 popular activities in nearby cities, including Cape May, Atlantic City, Ocean City, Wildwood, Stone Harbor, Somers Point, Cape May Court House, Mays Landing, Avalon, Egg Harbor Township, Millville, Wildwood Crest, Brigantine, North Wildwood, Rio Grande and Ocean View
The Leading Edge Kite School offers instruction, equipment rental, and equipment sales so people can kiteboard. The company also offers stand up paddleboard instruction, rental and sales, along with kayaking tours, and a personal trainer.
100% 3 votes
3801 US Hwy 9 North S, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210 MoreLess Info
Frank's Rio Stadium Theater is an independent movie theatre located in Rio Grande. The theatre shows the latest feature film titles and offers comfortable seating and a full service concession stand.
80% 10 votes
504 Route 9, Cape May Court House, NJ MoreLess Info
Featuring a genealogical library, Cape May County Historical Museum highlights the history of the region by showcasing historical artifacts for the public. The museum is housed in a historic building with a doctor's office, child's room, and sitting room.
Many glass pieces are put on display at the GlassRoots Gallery. Visitors can view the unique, whimsical, and classic glass works in the gallery and then purchase items within the linked store for special souvenir.
100% 12 votes
261 96th St Suite 118, Stone Harbor, NJ 08247 MoreLess Info
A full service pottery painting studio, Island Studio Paint Your Own Pottery glazes and fires pottery pieces that patrons paint at the studio. Additional activities include mosaics and construction of glass items like necklaces, tiles and bowls.
The soft and powdery sands of Seven Mile Beach attract many types of travelers to both Avalon and Stone Harbor, which are the two towns that contain the long beach. Birdwatching, swimming, walking, picnicking, and lounging are the most common activities at the low-key beach.