Cape May Money Saving Coupons – Washington Street Mall

Cape May Money Saving Coupons from the Washington Street Mall

Coupons & Promotions- Washington Street Mall Cape May NJ

spring-clock-350x232 The shops of Cape May’s Washington Street Mall are privately or family owned. Several have been in the same families for generations. Awnings are still cranked down to shelter merchandise from the morning (or evening) sun. Merchants can still be seen sweeping the sidewalks in front of their shops. Ice cream parlors, sidewalk cafes, and restaurants are everywhere offering oases of refreshment. Flowers abound. In the summer, the Mall is the place to explore after dinner and before the bands start. Enjoy the many fine stores and restaurants on Cape May’s Washington Street Mall during the winter months, when shopping is a pleasure. With knowledgeable merchants, many special services and a large variety of merchandise at great prices you’ll discover Cape May’s year round charm.  During the Holiday Season, our Mall is a living Currier & Ives print with sparkling garlands, wreathed gas lights, lighted trees, and candle lit windows. Shop Cape May at Christmas to avoid the crowds and blandness of the super malls, and to find unique and different gift ideas. You’ll be pleased with what you find.  In addition to its charming old buildings, the Cape May’s Washington Street Mall boasts several architecturally significant buildings, including the New Jersey Trust and Safe Deposit bank building, 1895 (526 Washington); and Saint Mary’s Roman Catholic Church (now Star of the Sea), 1911 (Washington and Ocean). Cape May’s Historic District contains the largest collection of wealthy Victorian summer cottages and hotels in existence.  By City ordinance, “No dog shall be permitted on the Washington Street Mall, under any circumstances, whether or not controlled by a leash

If you are coming to Cape May this Vacation season, take the time to visit the Washington Street Mall. Once you have found your parking, all of the shops services and restaurants are in walking distance.  The Washington Street Mall is a pedestrian mall lined with shops from the classic to the current. Stroll and visit each along the way. There is also some excellent establishments where you can get something to eat and drink. A definite destination when visiting Cape May! The Washington Street Mall Merchants have also offered savings on your next visit. Just print the promotional offers & present them to our participating merchants and save during your next trip to Cape May.

Print Your Cape May Coupons below for Money Saving Discounts in Cape May or download the Coupons on your Smart Phone or tablet.

Recent Reviews from Trip Advisor on the Cape May Washington Street Mall

” Every store open, reception quite sociable and eager. Great place to walk, shop and dine. Casual atmosphere reflecting the overall mood of Cape May”

” This was our first visit Cape May and we were blown away by the local shops here. There were many unique stores and I wouldn’t say that the prices were unreasonable. I look forward to coming back and shopping here again.”

“No matter how many times I visit Cape May, NJ…I never miss a visit to the Washington Street Mall. I just love the stores and the atmosphere. I never leave without at least one purchase.”



Store Hours in Cape May at the Washington Street Mall


spring-shops-350x232 Cape May rescued its downtown for posterity with a farsighted move: in 1970-71 (dedicated June 24, 1971) the city closed Washington Street to traffic between Ocean and Perry Streets, filled in the street, placed park benches everywhere, and planted the newly created walking mall with trees, shrubbery, and flowers. Then, in May 1976, the Secretary of the Interior designated the entire city of Cape May as a National Historic Landmark District, thus ensuring the continued protection of our quaint, historical shopping mall.  The little downtown has been seriously threatened several times by devastating fires. The fire of 1878, which leveled five solid blocks of Cape May’s oldest hotel and homes, took with it the Centre House Hotel (c. 1850) which stood on the ocean side of Washington Street between Jackson and Perry Streets. The Center House Hotel was replaced with store-front buildings, extending the shopping district to Perry Street. Then, in December 1976, in the midst of Christmas revelry, fire destroyed the other side of the same block, taking 301 through 311 with it. The block was quickly rebuilt with attractive shops that were open for business-as-usual for the following summer season.  Today, it is a delight…to enjoy, to stroll, to shop; an old downtown that has turned its back on the automobile and maybe even on time itself. Be sure to visit Cape May’s Washington Street Mall and Historic District on your next visit to the Jersey Shore.

The shops along the Washington Street Mall are independently owned and operated, and our hours vary.

Downtown Cape May Store Hours – Winter 2012

A Place on Earth
Thursday thu Monday 10-4

A Ca Mia
Closed until Spring

Across The Way
Sat & Sun (Holiday Mondays) 10am to 5pm
Reopen 7 days starting Monday March 14th

American West
Open every day 10-5 .
Later hours on Fridays and Saturdays

Bath Time
Daily from 10-5, Closed Wed and Thursday

Cape Atlantic Books
Sunday-Thursday 10-5
Friday and Saturday 10-8

Cape May on Canvas
Open weekends and holidays through Presidents Day Weekend. Sat. 10-5, Sun.12-4 Monday holiday hours 10-5.

Daily 10-5 Monday thru Sat and 10-3 on Sundays

Coldwell Bankers
Monday thru Saturday – 9 to 5
Sunday 10 to 1 pm

Sat 10-5 Sun 11-4 Jan & Feb, Presidents Weekend Fri 10-5. After March 19 daily 10-5.

Cotton Company
Sunday – Thursday 10-6, Friday 10-9:30 and Saturday 9:30-9:30.

Dellas 5 & 10
Opening at 8am until 10 pm, 7 days a week.

Dellas Agency
Monday thru Saturday 9am-5pm; Sunday 10am-3pm

Fralinger’s Candy
Saturday 10 – 6 and
Sundays 10 – to 5. Presidents Weekend we will probably be opened Saturday thru Monday.

Free Shop
Friday & Saturday 11-5, Sunday 11-4
reopen 7 days beginning of March

Fudge Kitchen (The Original) on the Washington Street Mall and on the Promenade
Sun -Thurs 9 AM to 6 PM
Fri and Sat 9 AM to 8 PM

Gallery D’May
Fri, Sat, Sun 10-5pm

Good Scents
Daily from 10:30-6, open earlier on Saturdays. Open daily year round.

Great White Shark
Weekends (Holidays) 10-5
Re-opening everyday Mid March, 884-1811

Happy Baby
Open daily at 11, after Jan 1 open Sat and Sun
Henrys Landmark Jewelers
Fri- Mon 10-5

Import Bazaar
Sat and Sunday 10-5.
Starting April 1st open everyday.

Jackson Mountain Cafe
7 days a week 11am thru 1am
Year Round

Just for Laughs
Sunday thru Thursday. 10-6, Friday and Saturday 10-7, weather permitting

Sunday thru Thursday. 10-6, Friday and Saturday 10-7, weather permitting

Klothes Kove
Weekends in January, weather permitting

Lace Silhouettes
Sunday- Thursday 10-6, Friday 10-9:30 and Saturday 9:30-9:30.

Louisa’s Cafe
Friday, Sat and Sun starting at 5.

Louisa’s Chocolate Bar
Open daily at 11, after Jan 1 open Sat and Sun

Love the Cook
Fri and Sat 10-6
Sun -Thurs 10-5

Lynn Arden’s
10 am to 5 pm Thurs. through Mon.
Closed Tuesday and Wednesday until sometime in February.
We can always be reached through a phone message or at

MAC Washington Street Mall Information Booth

Saturdays & Sundays 1/8-2/13 Noon-2:00
Friday 2/18.. 6:00-7:00
Saturday 2/19.. 10:00-1:30, 6:00-8:30
Sunday 2/20. 11:00-2:45, 6:00-8:00
Monday 2/21 Noon-2:00
Saturdays 2/26-3/26 10:00-1:30, 6:00-7:00
Sundays 2/27-3/27.. Noon-2:00

These tours leave from the Washington Street Mall:

Combination Trolley/Physick Estate Tours (Historic District Trolley)
Saturday & Sunday 1/8-2/13. 1:00
Saturday 2/19-3/26.. 11:00, 12:15, 1:30
Sunday 2/20. 12:15, 1:30, 2:45
Monday 2/21. 1:00
Sunday 2/27-3/27.. 1:00

Historic Haunts Combo Tour
Saturday 2/19 7:15

Ghosts of Cape May Trolley Tour
Friday 2/18. 7:00
Saturday 2/19 8:30
Saturday 2/26-3/26. 7:00
Sunday 2/20. 7:00, 8:00

Mansions by the Sea Trolley Tour
Sunday 2/20 10:45

Sherlock Holmes Search For Clues Tour
Saturday 3/19 1:00-3:00

Madames Port
Sat & Sun (Holiday Mondays) 10am to 5pm
Reopen 7 days starting Monday March 14th.

Pilot House
As always, open every day for lunch and dinner

Ragtime Fashions
10 to 5 Sat. & Sun. in Jan. & Feb., Open everyday starting in early Mar. from 10 to 5.

Sat. and Sunday 11:00 -4:00pm or by appointment call- 884-4808

Summer Sun Surf Shop
Open every day 10:30 am. to 5:00 pm. Later hours on Friday and Saturday evenings and Holidays weather permitting

Sunglass Menagerie, down Liberty Way
Weekends, weather permitting
or by appointment – call Beach Haven office 609 492 6000 (leave message), or email

Swains Hardware
Monday-Saturday 8-5
Sunday 9am – 1pm

Swede Things
Weekends and holidays 10-5.
We will return to everyday 10-5 sometime in March depending on the weather

Lunch and Dinner daily, and Breakfast Sat and Sun

Ugly Mug
7 days a week 11am thru 1am
Year Round

Whales Tale
Thursday, Friday, Sat., Sunday and Monday 10-5

Winter Hours: Sat, Sun & Holiday Mondays 10 TO 5
Starting April 1st, Open everyday 10 TO 5

Wish You Were Here… (Formerly Donna’s Hallmark)

January: Friday 11-5, Sat/Sun 10-5, Monday 11-5
February: Friday 11-5, Sat/Sun 10-5, Monday 11-5
March: Friday 11-5pm, Sat/Sun 10-5, Monday 11-5, Open Daily beginning Mid-March.

After-Hours Shopping & Emergency Phone (609)408-1789

Zoo Company

Jan: Friday 11-5, Sat/Sun 10-5
Feb: Friday 11-5, Sat/Sun 10-5, President’s Day 10-5pm
March: Friday 11-5pm, Sat/Sun 10-5, Open Every Day beginning Mid-March.

After-Hours Shopping & Emergency Phone: (609)408-1789


Events for 2013 Cape May Washington Street Mall

Spring Sidewalk Sale May 16 2013 at 09:00 AM – May 19 2013

Spring Sidewalk Sale: May 16, 17, 18, 19 (Thursday thru Sunday)@  9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Fall Sidewalk Sale September 12 2013 at 09:00 AM – September 15 2013

Sept. 12, 13, 14, 15  (Thursday thru Sunday)  @ 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

City Treelighting Ceremony December 06 2013 at 06:30 PM –

Dec.6 @  6:30pm, Rotary Park

Annual West Cape May Christmas Parade December 07 2013 at 05:00 PM –

Dec. 7 @ 5pm, (609) 884-1005

Hospitality Nights December 12 2013 at 07:00 PM – December 13 2013

Dec. 12 & 13 (Thursday and Friday) @ 7-9 p.m.