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Christmas in Cape May

Christmas in Cape May is like stepping back in time to the days of Norman Rockwell.

Here are a few wonderful things to do in Cape May during the Holidays.

  • West Cape May Christmas Parade

The First Saturday in December, the parade starts off at 5 p.m.  from the WCM Volunteer Firehouse and winds its way through Cape May

  • City of Cape May’s Christmas Tree Lighting

Located at the Rotary Park Gazebo/Bandstand, Lyle Lane, behind the Washington Street Mall, for the Cape May tree lighting. Santa is ready and waiting for the tikes.

  • Congress Hall Tree Lighting

Yep. We light another giant tree in Cape May. Located at Congress Hall

  • Christmas Candlelight Tours

CHRISTMAS CANDLELIGHT

 HOUSE TOURS

Dec. 2, 9 & 16

5:30pm-8:30pm

The jewels in the crown of the holiday season!

LIMITED TOURS…

RESERVE EARLY

  • GHOSTS OF CHRISTMAS PAST TROLLEY RIDES

 A member of the East Lynne Theater Company regales you with a Victorian holiday ghost tale as you ride through Cape May’s festively decorated Historic District.

Rides start at the Washington Street Mall Information Booth, except Nov. 18, when rides start at the Physick Estate.

 Tickets $12 adults; $8 children (ages 3-12).  Advance reservation strongly recommended.

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