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Now performing three original plays at the Cold Spring Grange! And….watch for Cape May in Blue and Gray, performed three times a day on the grounds of Historic Cold Spring Village every Tuesday and Thursday in July and August
Visit the County Museum, featuring exhibits and permanent collections of quilts, samplers, clothing and more.
Take part in this annual fall programming that combine both entertainment and adult educational fun! Save the dates of September 15-25, 2011 for, Guess What’s Coming for Dinner: The Politics of Food in the 21st Century! Visit the above link for full schedule of programs.
Cross the Delaware Bay in this family-friendly ferry atmosphere! Runs between Cape May, NJ and Lewes, DE. For schedules and more information, please call (800)-64FERRY.
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Voted 2009′s Best Theatre Company by CapeMay.com, this professional equity theatre offers a variety of critically acclaimed shows in the charmingly restored Robert Shackleton Playhouse.
Celebrating 30 years of the American spirit on stage, this professional equity theatre presents shows which represent American heritage, values, literature and entertainment. A true compliment to the Village experience!
A visit to Leaming’s Run Gardens is a delightful relaxing walk along winding paths where at every turn is yet another celebration of nature’s beauty. Each visit is unique with ever changing vistas from May through October.
Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities provides year-round tours and events in historic Cape May and operates three historic sites open to visitors.
Located in nearby Rio Grande, Hangar #1 at the Cape May County Airport has been restored and transformed into an aircraft museum honoring the 36 airmen who perished while training there during World War II.
April 25th, 2011. This annual festival, held the last Saturday in April at the Douglass campus of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, celebrates folk cultures and the rich heritage of New Jersey and beyond. Live music, instruments, traditional dance troupes, craft demonstrations and more.
Old Sturbridge Village is a “must-see” destination to experience early New England life from 1790-1840. One of the country’s largest living history museums and visitors can ride in a stagecoach, view antiques, heirloom gardens, meet the farm animals, and take part in hands-on crafts year-round.
This one-of-a-kind attraction, in the heart of historic Tuckerton NJ, brings the Jersey Shore’s maritime traditions of the past and present to life through people, exhibits and hands-on activities.
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