Cape May, New Jersey

Boasting the title of the US’s oldest seaside resort, Cape May in New Jersey is home to the most extensive collection of beautifully preserved Victorian buildings outside of San Francisco.
So much so that in 1976, the entire town was designated a National Historic Landmark.

If you just walk its streets and shorefront populated with colorful ‘painted ladies’, you’ll be delighted if you’re a history or architecture lover, and savvy foodies won’t be disappointed either.

This coastal town is also very well known as the ‘culinary capital of New Jersey’ by The New York Times. Cape May offers an eclectic and classy dining scene as well. You can even stay true to the town’s Victorian origins by seeing the sights from a horse-drawn carriage.

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