- The list below includes 104 free or cheap things to do in or near Cape May Court House, New Jersey, including 71 different types of inexpensive activities like Botanical Gardens, Marinas, Movie Theaters and Art Gallery.
- From Cape May National Wildlife Refuge to Leaming's Run Gardens, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cape May Court House and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cape May, Ocean City, Wildwood and Stone Harbor.
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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.
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.
2nd Time Designs is a metal art studio which features a variety of metal sculptures sculpted from recycled throwaway materials. Visitors can expect to find many sculptures on display as well as several for sale.
204 SPECIAL GROUPON DEAL: Up to 42% Off Visit to Biggs Museum of American Art
406 Federal Street, Dover, DE 19903 MoreLess Info
Located in Dover, Delawaare, the Biggs Museum of American Art is a free art museum dedicated to preserving the work of American artists, past and present. Its most impressive holdings include historical wooden furniture, sterling silver tea sets and paintings.
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.
Located in the heart of the city that has remained the seat of Delaware's State Government since 1777, First State Heritage Park, encompasses a series of historic buildings. The park has no defined boundaries and includes several museums, governmental landmarks, and more.
The State House Museum is a Georgian-style structure built in 1791 that was originally home to state and Kent County governments. It hosts various events and historical activities. Large groups are encouraged to make reservations prior to visiting.
Built in 1904 and originally known as the Dover Opera House, the Schwartz Center for the Arts has carried on the historic traditions of the venue. Now featuring live theatre, music, entertainment, and film, plan your visit today.