NATURAL HABITATS TROLLEY TOUR

group on a trolley tour taking photos and looking at the sites in cape may new jersey

Beyond the charming Victorian homes and sandy beaches, Cape May is world famous for its birdwatching, monarch migration, and natural history. Join Cape May Bird Observatory naturalists on a trolley tour to local natural habitats (with the opportunity to disembark at Cape May Point State Park), learning about the beauty, diversity, abundance (millions of birds, butterflies, and dragonflies pass through each year), geography, and extensive history of this amazing spectacle. Relax and be entertained in the birding capital of North America! Co-sponsored by New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory and Cape May MAC.

FISHERMAN’S WHARF WALKING TOUR

a grounp of people taking a tour on a dock with fisherman boats

Take this guided tour of Fisherman’s Wharf at the Lobster House Restaurant at Schellenger’s Landing and you’ll learn how your seafood gets from the sea to your table and discover how Cape May is a major commercial fishing port. Guests meet in front of the main entrance, next to the green awning at the Lobster House. The tour guide arrives by trolley to meet the tour. Comfortable shoes recommended.

CAPE MAY’S MARITIME TROLLEY TOUR

a vintage painting of whalers and a giant whale

Whaling, wartime and wild weather. The remarkable maritime history of our seaside town has long defined the Cape May story. Board the trolley and rediscover the important places and natural phenomena that have shaped, literally and figuratively, the Cape May we know today. Tour begins and ends at Washington Street Mall Information Booth.

CAPE MAY’S MARITIME COMBO TOUR

Whaling, wartime and wild weather. The remarkable maritime history of our seaside town has long defined the Cape May story. Board the trolley and rediscover the important places and natural phenomena that have shaped, literally and figuratively, the Cape May we know today. The trolley then stops at Fisherman’s Wharf for an up-close walking tour about Cape May’s commercial fishing industry on the docks at The Lobster House. Tour begins and ends at Washington Street Mall Information Booth. Tour is not accessible.

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