2014 is coming to an end and winter is upon us – BUT, Cape May is a year-round vacation destination and there are still a multitude of things to do in the post holiday season! Below are just a few ideas for your winter vacation.
Take a tour of Cape May’s Historic District to see festively decorated inns and homes as guides talk about Victorian Christmas traditions, lead sing-alongs and play Christmas music. The tour lasts about 30 minutes. All seats cost: $100.00 Trolley Ride continues after the new year until Saturday January 3, 2015
You can also take a walking candlelight tour on December 27, 2014. $25.00 for Adults and $20.00 for children (3-12) for more information visit: CapeMayMac.org
Every Friday night local musicians perform live music while you enjoy great wines, sangria and delicious foods from fantastic local Chefs.
Tastings at the Cape May Winery are available from noon – 5pm Daily. No reservations required. Tasting features 6 wines with a souvenir glass for $6.00
Will be held on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at the Ugly Mug. Come celebrate the life of Scotland’s most famous poet. Listen to Burns poems and Scottish songs, performed by Exit Zero Editor/Publisher Jack Wright and friends, enjoy the bagpipes of the Irish Pipe Brigade. And feast on haggis (vegetarian option available) or fish and chips. From 7pm till around 10:30.
And remember, it’s not too early to start planning your 2015 vacation to Cape May! Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year!