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Classic Cape May 2019

Classic Cape May 2019

Travel with Fullington Tours to Cape May for beach and fun in the sun


Travel with Fullington Tours to Cape May for beach and fun in the sun

Classic Cape May

Cape May, NJ

S – Tu, Jun 23-25


$689 per person double

$629 per person triple

$599 per person quad

$899 per person single


Cape May is a National Historic Landmark city that is pure Victoriana Gingerbread houses, nostalgic tree-lined streets, gaslights and quaint shops abound. Along the Victorian ambiance, there is time to enjoy this seaside community with a boat cruise. Also, do not overlook the rocking chairs on your balcony with ocean views at the amazing Marquis de Lafayette.

Day 1, June 23

Welcome to the Marquis de Lafayette, Cape May’s premier Victorian hotel. Dressed in Victorian décor and style, the Marquis offers modern amenities, 501 Beach with a bountiful buffet breakfast, and oceanfront rooms that have balconies with rocking chairs on every one. Plus, it’s location on the edge of the Historic District and across the street from the ocean and beach will make it ideal for group and independent exploration.

Aleathea’s is located just inside the big wraparound porch of the Inn of Cape May a short ½ block from the Marquis. Walk to Aleathea’s at your leisure anytime between 5-7 and enjoy a prix-fixe dinner that will allow you to choose their entrée from a special menu of three to four options.


Day 2, June 24

Beginning at 8:00 am, you may come at your leisure for a delicious buffet breakfast.

The Cape May Spirit is the newest and prettiest vessel in Cape May. With Captain Jeff Stewart at the helm, enjoy this cruise around Cape May Point and up the coastline of Cape May. Complimentary coffee & danish are offered on board in the morning. Disposable cameras and film are also available. On the morning cruise, you will observe dolphins, birds and marine mammals while viewing beautiful Cape May from its surrounding waters. The Captain narrates giving everyone an overview of the lore, legend and ecology of these waters.

Located on the grounds of the Physick Estate guests will enjoy a light afternoon tea in the Carriage House Tea Room and Cafe. You will enjoy a three-tiered service which includes a sweet and savory plate of tea sandwiches, tea breads and sweets with hot and cold beverages.

The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts (MAC), a multi-faceted non-profit cultural organization, was founded in 1970 to save the Emlen Physick Estate. MAC is dedicated to preserving and interpreting Victorian heritage and architecture and promoting the performing arts. The 1879 Emlen Physick Estate is Cape May's Victorian showplace with 15 rooms authentically restored to their original grandeur. The Physick Estate is Cape May's only Victorian House Museum. Return to the era of Victorian opulence and experience life in the 1890s with its Victorian traditions and decorations. Paired with a narrated trolley tour of the Historic District, this tour is quintessential Cape May.
Washington Mall is a lovely shaded outdoor pedestrian mall. It covers three blocks from end to end with many shops and boutiques of all kinds. It also has many restaurants and eateries to tempt everyone's palate and pocketbook. Washington Mall is in the center of the Historic District, and independent tours, etc. can be arranged at the ticket booth on Ocean Street at the head of the Mall.

Elaine's is a most unique dinner theater. It offers original plays set to music and delivered with a great sense of comedy. Good food, music and lots of laughs make for a pleasant evening.

BB, L, D

Day 3, June 25

Cape May Point State Park is located on the historic Cape May Peninsula at the southern tip of New Jersey. The park is 190 acres and is an ever-changing shoreline region of dunes, coastal (freshwater) marsh and ponds, wooded islands and varied uplands. The park is home to the Cape May Point Lighthouse, a 157 foot tall structure (217 steps) that is still commissioned as an aid to navigation. For a fee, visitors can climb the lighthouse for a panoramic view of the Cape May peninsula. The oil shed adjacent to the lighthouse has been converted into a small welcome center and gift shop. The park also has an Environmental Center that houses exhibits, which display the natural and cultural heritage of the Cape May region. There is an exhibit of "Cape May Diamonds," the smooth clear quartz crystals found on nearby beaches. Also on display are exhibits about bird migration, shoreline erosion, local Indians and the marine environment. The land where the park is now located was used as a coastal defense base during World War II. Bunkers were erected in 1942; one in the park and others across the bay in Lewes, Delaware as protection against possible enemy attack. It may be seen from the pavilion located on the oceanside of the parking lot. It was originally situated 900 feet from the sea, but severe coastal erosion and storms have washed away the land in front of and under the bunker. At low tide the remains of gun mounts may be seen in front of the bunker. During the Korean War, the bunker was used as a radio transmitter station for the Navy's Atlantic fleet. It was deactivated in 1963 and the land was transferred in 1964 to the State of New Jersey for recreational purposes. On the far side of the parking lot are wooden decks used for viewing birds and wildlife. From here, you can bird watch and access the many nature trails and paths throughout this location.
At Sunset Beach, take note of the cylindrical tower on the left with peepholes all around as you enter the parking lot. This is Fire Tower #23, dating from 1942 in World War II. It was built to spot submarines and manned for coastline protection. There were fifteen such towers stretching from North Wildwood NJ to Bethany Beach, DE. Four were in Cape May County, NJ. The towers located in North Wildwood and Wildwood Crest were torn down. A third tower is located inside the Grand Hotel on Beach Drive in Cape May.
At Sunset Beach, you may also hunt for Cape May "diamonds," a natural stone of pure quartz crystal on the sandy beach. It appears as a white frosted pebble when found. The main collecting area is at the Concrete Ship located at the foot of Sunset Boulevard where they come ashore continuously. They are of diverse colors and shades and vary from the size of little peas to the size of walnuts. Many are colorless and resemble genuine diamonds - others are tinted yellow or amber brown. These pebbles are bright and clear when wet, but become dull when they are dry. When tumbled or cut, these quartz pebbles become clear sparkling gems. Tell your group to check out the beautiful settings made with our Cape May diamonds that are available in the Gift Shop. While hunting your diamonds, check out the concrete ship, the Atlantus, located just offshore. The Atlantus was part of a fleet of concrete ships that the US Government commissioned in World War I when steel was scarce. After the war, she was scuttled in a ship's graveyard in Pig Point, Virginia. In the 30's, she was refloated by a gentleman who wanted to bring her to Cape May Point to be filled with sand and turned into a wharf for the proposed Cape May Ferry. On her way into Cape May Point, there was a storm and she was driven back towards the open ocean. During the night, the tide turned and she was tossed onto the shoals surrounding Sunset Beach where you may see her remains today. One of the postcards available in the gift shop shows her gradual deterioration over the past decades.

The award-winning Natali Vineyards has been producing delicious wines since 2004 and has become a destination for wine lovers. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay, vines at the winery benefit from a temperate growing climate that is perfect for producing quality wines. The 90-minute tour & tasting experience begins in the vineyard where you'll see how grapes are grown. Then follow the winemaker into the winery itself to see how wine is made and bottled. To cap off your experience, enjoy a tasting of these local wines, accompanied by cheese and crackers. This tour includes a commemorative glass to take home.


BB=Breakfast Buffet, L=Lunch, D=Dinner


  • Round Trip Motorcoach Transportation

  • Two Nights Lodging at the Marquis de Lafayette

  • Taxes and hotel gratuities of maids, baggage handling and wait staff

  • Two buffet breakfasts

  • Dinner at Aleathea’s Restaurant

  • Morning boat cruise around Cape May Point

  • Tea luncheon at The Carriage House

  • Physick Estate and trolley tour (guided and narrated)

  • Free time on Washington Mall

  • Dinner & Show at Elaine’s Dinner Theater

  • Visit to Cape May Point & Sunset Beach

  • Tour & tasting at Natali Vineyards

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Clearfield Clearfield-Walmart Parking Lot
Back end of parking lot on grocery side of store
DuBois DuBois Mall
Sears parking lot across from CNB Bank
Duncansville Fullington School Bus Garage (right side of lot)
240 Patch Way Rd, Hollidaysburg, PA 16635
Phillipsburg Philipsburg - Peebles Parking Lot
near Goodwill Store
State College State College Bus Garage (near Airport)
2101 Alexander Drive, State College PA 16803
Tyrone Tyrone - Bull Pen Restaurant
park away from building please
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