Things to do in the Summer Cape May

Getting to Cape May


Loacted at the southernmost tip of the state of New Jersey, Cape May sits on the intersection between the Delaware Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The town touts award-winning, white sand beaches; rich Victorian, military, and marine history; and a unique, artistic charm. Walking the town is one of the best ways to experience Cape May, come visit and see for yourself! 

Cape May Shuttle Details
Availability: 10:30am - 6:00pm daily, June 15 - end of September. 
Route: The shuttle leaves from the Cape May Ferry Terminal, meets incoming boats from 10:30am through 4:30pm and loops continuously to the Cape May Welcome Center (609 Lafayette St.), which is a short walk from most Cape May attractions.
Last Departure serviced: The last shuttle from the Cape May Welcome Center will get you back for the 6pm departure back to Lewes and leaves at approximately 5:00pm from downtown.

Package Information: Package includes round-trip foot passenger fare from Lewes, and shuttle to/from the Cape May Welcome Center.

Package Cost:

Adults (14-61): $23.00
Senior (62+)/Military/AAA: $19.00 
Children (6-13): $14.00
Children (5 & Under): FREE

To Book: Due to shuttle seating limitations, reservations are strongly suggested prior to arrival. Please call 800.643.3779 to book. 

Restrictions: While pets are welcome aboard the Ferry, they are not permitted on shuttles unless they are K-9 or service dogs.