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Cape May

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added "Tour" to "Do" section with MAC description of offerings
*'''Surf''' -- Wildwood, just to the north, is known for big surf. Ocean City, about 45 minutes north, has a section of beach reserved for surfing.
*'''Swim''' -- in the ocean along the long Cape May beaches
*'''Tour''' -- Learn about Cape May, its history and architecture on one of many tours around town offered by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) 1048 Washington St., tel:(609) 884-5404 or (800) 275-4278, []. Since 1970, the not-for-profit [ Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC)] has been bringing Cape May history to life for millions of visitors, providing tours, activities and events in every season from February through December that enhance visitors' experience of this historic seaside town. MAC is the steward of Cape May's three historic sites, the 1879 Emlen Physick Estate, the 1859 Cape May Lighthouse, and the World War II Lookout Tower (Fire Control Tower No. 23), in addition to offering visitors dozens of professionally curated trolley tours, house tours and walking tours that illuminate Cape May's history and architecture. MAC has a professional staff of 24 full-time and approximately 125 part-time professionals who provide visitors information at the Washington Street Mall Information Booth, educate the community and schools with dozens of educational programs, lead tours throughout Cape May and the surrounding area, coordinate group tours of Cape May, promote Cape May to local, regional, national and international audiences, provide cultural programming such as the annual Lessons of History lecture and the annual Cape May Music Festival, mount exhibits annually on aspects of local history, and work with partners throughout the resort. MAC has a membership of 3,500, an annual budget of $3.5 million, 80% of which is in earned income, and an annual visitation of 296,000.
*'''Walk''' -- the boardwalk, or throughout town. Lots of Cape May can be reached by foot. Walking is the preferred method of travel for many Cape May residents and visitors.
*<do name="Spirit of Cape May" alt="Dinner Cruise" address="1216 Route 109, Cape May, NJ 08204" directions="" phone="(800)786-5445" url="" hours="8am-9pm" price="$45" lat="" long="">The Spirit of Cape May Dinner Cruise offers the best dinning experience afloat in Cape May, NJ. The upgraded Sunset Cruise offers brilliant vistas around the island of Cape May along with dolphin watching, and a wonderful buffet menu with food by Lucky Bones Backwater Grill. There are two bars on board, lite music playing while the sunsets into the Delaware Bay. </do>
*<do name="Miss Chris Kayaks and Paddleboards" alt="" address="1212 Wilson Dr Cape May NJ 08204" directions="" phone="609-884-0997" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Explore the salt marsh's of Cape May on single or double kayaks. For a different view of the marsh try out a stand up paddleboard. Tours are available daily at 10 am by reservation and sunset tours and full moon tours are also available.</do>
*<do name="Miss Chris Kayaks and Paddleboards Rentals and Tours" alt="" address="1212 Wilson Dr Cape May NJ 08204" directions="" phone="609-884-0997" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Explore the back bays of Cape May on a single or double kayaks. For a different view try one of our Stand up Paddleboards. Kayaks tours are available at 10 am daily by reservation and Sunset and Full Moon tours are available.</do>

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