Ocean Drive Marathon & Half Marathon
Cape May, New Jersey USA
Sunday, March 30, 2014

Cape May Attractions

Historic Cold Spring Village
720 Route 9, Cape May, NJ 08204, 609-898-2300, This Nineteenth Century, open-air living history museum features twenty five restored historic buildings on a wooded twenty two acre site, and provides costumed interpreters, exhibits, collections, programs, and craft demonstrations representing everyday life as it occurred in a small South Jersey farm village during the "Age of Homespun."

Cape May Bird Observatory
701 East Lake Drive, Cape May, NJ 08212, Located at Cape May Point, 609-884-2736, This observatory is a natural resource center for birding activity, and travel, nature, and birding information are available on site, as well as a nature shop that offers a great variety of books, gifts, and equipment.

Nature Center of Cape May
1600 Delaware Avenue, Cape May, NJ 08204, 609-898-8848, Dedicated to providing quality environmental educational experiences, this nature centre contains eighteen acres of beach, meadow, and marsh habitats, as well as display gardens, three classrooms, an exhibit aquaria, a small gift shop, and a wide variety of educational programs.

Cape May Whale Watcher
Located at Second Avenue and Wilson Drive, 609-884-5445, 800-786-5445, With the largest and fastest marine mammal sighting boat in New Jersey, this tour company is also the only company to guarantee whale and dolphin sightings on all of the regular cruises, which take place aboard a beautiful one-hundred-ten-foot cruise boat.

Yankee Schooner
Located at Dolphin Cove Marina, 609-884-1919, This touring company offers a variety of cruises in the harbour, Intracoastal Waterway, and ocean, aboard an eighty foot tall schooner; the three hour afternoon cruise allows visitors to assist in setting sails and manning the helm, and sightings of dolphins and whales are possible.