Cape May-Lewes Ferry is operated by the Delaware River and Bay Authority.
ABOUT THE TERMINAL
The surrounding 24-acre landscape includes an extended boardwalk on the waterfront, free miniature golf, On The Rocks outside waterfront dining, and a large festival lawn used for many summer concerts and special events. Throughout the year, it is not uncommon to see bridal parties and receptions taking photos by the water before ceremonies in the upstairs event rooms. The second floor Sunset Lounge and Gallery meeting rooms are also popular with local business groups for seminars and community events.
Annually up to one million passengers travel through the Cape May terminal. A large compass rose on the main floor lobby displays the Delaware Bay and how the ferries, following the water route of Rt. 9, connect Delaware and New Jersey. Separate brochure carousels display tourism information and maps respectively for each state. A nearby first floor gift shop sells an array of ferry souvenirs, apparel, and reading material ranging from the day's newspapers to books on ferry and local lore.
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