Welcome to Cape May MAC!

We’re happy to welcome you back and hope you enjoy your tour of the Physick Estate, a visit to the Cape May Lighthouse or World War II Lookout Tower, a trolley tour or walking tour.

In an abundance of caution, Cape May MAC requires our tour-goers to do the following:

· Keep 6 feet apart from anyone not in your party
· Wear a mask at all times while participating in our tours
· If you have been experiencing flu-like symptoms, have been in contact with anyone infected with COVID-19, or have recently traveled to a high-risk area or county, please do not risk the health of other tour-goers and Cape May MAC staff and do not participate at this time. We welcome your return after 14 days.

*If a guest’s temperature is 100.4 or more, we require them to take a seat in the shade and retest in 10 minutes or come back at another time.

*Please note that we are requiring all Cape May MAC staff & volunteers to adhere to the same precautionary procedures, with staff wearing either a mask or shield.

To further ensure your safety and peace of mind, all of our historic sites and trolleys are receiving routine deep cleanings with disinfecting products, and certain capacity restrictions are in place.

Capacity on the grounds of the Cape May Lighthouse is limited to 40 guests at one time. Capacity inside the Cape May Lighthouse is limited to 20 guests at one time. As each group descends, another group will be allowed to go up. Capacity in the Oil House Museum Shop is limited to 2 guests at one time. A Cape May MAC staff member will take guests temperature before entry into the museum.

While not required, Plexiglass separations have been installed around the driver, as well as between each row of passengers’ seats. All trolleys remain open-air.

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Capacity in the Physick House Museum is limited. Each timed tour will be split into small groups. A Cape May MAC Guide will guide groups through the house, managing social distancing. There are markers in each room for guests to maintain appropriate social distancing. A Cape May MAC staff member will take guests temperature before entry into the museum.

World War II Lookout Tower

Capacity in the World War II Lookout Tower is limited to 10 guests at one time. As each group descends, another group will be allowed to go up. A Cape May MAC staff member will take guests temperature before entry into the museum.