- TripBuzz found 55 things to do indoors in the Wildwood area. From Seaport Aquarium to Island Bowl, Wildwood offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 55 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 42 different types of things to do inside in or near Wildwood, New Jersey. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Arcades, Aquariums, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- There are 8 indoor activities in Wildwood, and 47 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Cape May, Rehoboth Beach, Stone Harbor and Dewey Beach.
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Marine biologist narrates tours around Wildwood in search of dolphins and whales
- 0 votes
1028 US Highway 9 North S, Cape May Court House, NJ 8210 MoreLess Info
The Crow Creek Studio & Gallery is a local art gallery that features a variety of works from local and national artists. Works at the gallery include paintings, ceramics, photography, and a variety of other mediums.
88% 8 votes
9600 Third Avenue, Stone Harbor, NJ 08247 MoreLess Info
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.
75% 4 votes
214 96th Street, Stone Harbor, NJ 08247 MoreLess Info
Known for serving delicious Italian Water Ice, Rigi's Amusement Center is an arcade that is family owned and operated. The arcade serves refreshments to those visiting and accepts cash only.
- 1 votes
9618 3rd Avenue, Stone Harbor, NJ 8247 MoreLess Info
Ocean Galleries offers visitors an opportunity to view and purchase artwork created by local artists and craftsmen. Primarily featuring landscape and seaside watercolors and prints, the gallery also offers sculpture, furniture and other handcrafts as well.
95% 609 votes
500 Forrestal Road, Cape May, NJ 08242 MoreLess Info
During World War II Hanger #1 was an active dive-bomber squadron training facility. Today, Hanger #1 is part of the Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum and visitors can tour the facility to learn about aviation history.
90% 290 votes
1288 Hornet Rd, Cape May, NJ 08242 MoreLess Info
A guided tour of the brewery and taste of the beer is offered by the Cape May Brewing Company. The brewery tour provides the opportunity to see the process of brewing beer.
95% 21 votes
529 Forrestal Rd, Rio Grande, NJ MoreLess Info
Founded by a dedicated veteran of the Vietnam War, the Forgotten Warriors Museum honors other Vietnam soldiers. There are also exhibits that are dedicated to the nurses who perished in the line of duty and those who served in the Korean War.
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9501 3rd Avenue, Stone Harbor, NJ 8247 MoreLess Info
Island Art is a local art gallery featuring a large variety of paintings and other artwork available for purchase. Beach and tropical artwork, beach photography, and beach-themed furniture are among the many works available.
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235 93rd Street, Stone Harbor, NJ 8247 MoreLess Info
The Stone Harbor Museum is a historical museum focusing on educating and preserving the local history of the area. The museum's mission is to promote the local cultural heritage and is home to 50,000 artifacts.