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Christmas Candlelight House Tour

Join a beloved tradition and travel to more than a dozen homes, inns, B&Bs, churches and hotels seeing interiors beautifully decorated for the holidays on Cape May’s largest, longest running and most popular Christmas tour.

Lamplighter Christmas Walking Tour

See inside a selection of Cape May bed & breakfast inns and private homes, specially decorated for the holidays.

Holiday Lights Trolley Ride

Who can resist the twinkle of Cape May’s beautiful Victorian homes decorated for Christmas? This trolley ride through the historic streets of Cape May is a delight.

Holiday Inns Tour

See several of Cape May’s bed & breakfast inns & private homes festively decorated for the holidays during this self-guided afternoon tour with continuous trolley shuttle service.  

Evening Yuletide House Tour

Take this guided tour of the first-floor rooms of the 1879 Physick House Museum, authentically decorated for a Victorian Christmas.

Physick Family Christmas House Tour

Step back in time to Christmas of more than 100 years ago on this living history tour of the 1879 Emlen Physick Estate, presented through the eyes of a Physick family member in the early 1900s.

Santa's Trolley Ride

Mrs. Claus comes direct from the North Pole to lead this tour! She tells stories and leads holiday songs on this jolly holiday trolley ride through town.

Spirited Cape May Christmas Trolley Ride

Hear tales of Cape May Christmasses long, long ago and not so long ago, including odd and surprising arrivals by Santa and ghostly shadows walking the streets at night.


Visitors step inside Cape May’s Victorian House Museum, the 1879 Physick House Museum, and encounter the characters as this original Christmas story unfolds.

Breakfast with Santa at the Inn of Cape May

Enjoy a breakfast while visiting with Santa Claus! Parties over 10 need to call 609-630-8991 to reserve a table. To be seated together, all orders must be under the same reservation name.

All That Glitters, Victorians Ring in a New Century! Trolley Tour

It’s the Christmas season in the late Victorian age and Mrs. Frances Brooks leads this first-person trolley tour as she does her important holiday shopping around town.