Even if you're only planning on staying for a short while, Cape May, the world's oldest seaside resort, has activities to accommodate either long visits or short looks around. There is a lot of history to be seen and shared at Cape May, from its fame as the location for the 1981 horror movie The Prowler to its Fisherman's Memorial, erected later that decade as a remembrance for local fisherman lost at sea. Enjoying one of the many Cape May tours is a favorite acitivity for many guests at The Bedford Inn.
Today the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities sponsors and promotes a year-round schedule of events and tours that would satisfy any visitor's interests, from tours of haunted houses in the historic district to educational scavenger hunts for all ages. We recommend checking out their website for a list of events occurring this month.
If you're interested in viewing some of the wildlife around the area, a Cape May tour with the Salt March Safari is a chance to see and photograph wildlife like ospreys, herons, shellfish and other marine mammals, as well as education about the ecology of salt marshes and other natural history.
Finally, for further up-to-date information about the food, shopping, galleries, activities and services of Cape May, the local publication Exit Zero is available online and published weekly.
Find other Cape May Attractions near the Bedford Inn. Reserve your room at our Cape May bed and breakfast for your Jersey Shore getaway. Book today.