Sightseeing on the Jersey Shore

Historic villages, lighthouses and the boardwalk are just some of our most interesting Jersey Shore attractions.

Absecon Lighthouse

New Jersey's tallest lighthouse with 228 steps. Located at 31 S. Rhode Island Avenue, Atlantic City.

Atlantic City

Casinos, shows and restaurants.

Cape May County Zoo

550 animals including lions, giraffes, monkeys, zebras, leopards and pandas living on 85 acres in a natural environment. Free admission. Located at 707 US 9, Cape May Courthouse.

Cape May Lighthouse, Cape May, New Jersey
Cape May Lighthouse

1859 lighthouse with 199 steps. Located at 215 Lighthouse Avenue, Cape May Point State Park.

Days of Olde Antique Center

Located at 110 South New York Road, Galloway.

Hereford Inlet Lighthouse
Hereford Inlet Lighthouse

Tour the 1874 lighthouse and lighthouse keepers home. Located at 111 N. Central Avenue, North Wildwood.

Historic Cold Spring Village

A recreated rural Southern New Jersey town of the "home spun era" on 30 acres. Located at 720 US Route 9, Cape May.

Historic Smithville Village

A village frozen in time. Shops, train, carousel, and paddleboats. Located at 615 E. Moss Mill Road, Smithville.

Marine Mammal Standing Center

Located at 3625 Brigantine Blvd, Brigantine.

Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum

92,000 square foot sampling of the 1940s. Located at 500 Forrestal Road, Cape May Airport.

Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary

21.5 acre bird sanctuary and nature preserve. Located at 11400 3rd Avenue, Stone Harbor.