Cape May Museums

Museums to visit during your next trip to Cape May NJ

Looking for Things To Do in Cape May County during your next trip to the shore. Take a look the following Cape May New Jersey’s links to historic locations and Museums below. For more information on all museum site simply click on the link to be re-directed to the exact page. Trip Advisor also provides an excellent up to date review for you to complete research before you start on your Cape May Museum trip, please click here to get up to date information from Trip Advisor.

You can visit the Historical Cape May Lighthouse at Cape May Point, or experience the Victorian Era at the Emlen Physick Estate. Don’t forget to visit the Sunset Point and view the Sunken Concrete Ship Atlantus and climb the Word War II fire control tower 23 during your return trip back.

Listing of Cape May County Museums

Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts

1048 Washington St.
(609) 884-5404

Cape May Lighthouse 

 Lighthouse Avenue, Cape May Point  (609) 884-8656

Emlen Physick Estate

Cape May Maritime Museum

Museum of Cape May County

504 Route 9 North
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210
(609) 465-3535

Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum
Cape May County Airport  
(609) 886-8787

Fire Control Tower 23

The Colonial House

Greater Cape May Historical Society
653 1/2 Washington St.
(609) 884-9100

Cape May Model Trains

525 Elmira Street, Cape May
(609) 432-1690

Museum of Cape May County
504 Route 9 North
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210
(609) 465-3535

  • George F. Boyer Historical Museum Historical pictures and memorabilia of the Wildwoods. The Wildwood Historical Society 3907 Pacific Ave., Wildwood (609) 523-0277
  • Stone Harbor Museum  235 93rd St., Stone Harbor (609) 368-7500
  • Dennis Township School Museum Hall Street and Petersburg Road (609) 861-1899
  • Ocean City Historical Museum 19th and 20th century furniture, Sindia shipwreck. 1735 Simpson Ave., Ocean City (609) 399-1801 Open 10AM-4PM Monday through Friday, 1 to 4 PM Saturday.