Winterwood Gift and Christmas Gallery

Winterwood Gift & Christmas Gallery is a full service gift shoppe with three locations. Come visit one of our extraordinary shoppes in Rio Grande, Cape May or Wildwood New Jersey – we would love to see you! Winterwood Gift & Christmas Gallery Rio Grande Shoppe 3137 Rt. 9 South Rio Grande, NJ 08242 Established in 1978, Winterwood in Rio Grande, NJ is our original store. We are located in the historic Hildreth House built in the early 1700’s by one of Cape May Counties founding families. As you wander through our many rooms filled with home decor,art,gifts, collectibles and Christmas ornaments, be sure to notice the unique architecture of a 200+ year old colonial home. Make it a point to check out the mantel that was carved by Revolutionary war soldier, but don’t be alarmed if you are visited by our resident ghost “Hester”!

Cape May Shoppe 526 Washington St. Cape May, NJ 08204 Our Cape May store is located in the anchor building on the Washington Street pedestrian shopping mall.The building, built in 1895 for the First Jersey Trust Company Bank has also served as city hall for the historic city of Cape May. We have two floors of gifts, art, hand crafted jewelry, home decor, thousands of Christmas ornaments and decorations.

Wildwood Shoppe 4020 Ocean Ave. Wildwood, NJ 08260 Our Wildwood store is in the beach town of Wildwood. Wildwood is well known for its Doo Wop architecture, wide beaches and boardwalk. Winterwood in Wildwood is our Doo Wop Christmas Shoppe!

Rio Grande Shoppe

3137 Rt. 9 South
Rio Grande, NJ 08242

Established in 1978, Winterwood in Rio Grande, NJ is our original store. We are located in the historic Hildreth House built in the early 1700’s by one of Cape May Counties founding families. As you wander through our many rooms filled with home decor,art,gifts, collectibles and Christmas ornaments, be sure to notice the unique architecture of a 200+ year old colonial home. Make it a point to check out the mantel that was carved by Revolutionary war soldier, but don’t be alarmed if you are visited by our resident ghost “Hester”!

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