The Albert Stevens Inn has comfortable bicycles for you to enjoy leisurely rides along tree shaded streets viewing Victorian homes, shopping at the Washington Street Mall, or go to your favorite restaurant. Cruise along the beach, visting the fantastic sights and locations that can only be found in America' Oldest's Seashore Resort.
The second day you might want to explore the outskirts of the town with a short ride to Cape May Point, memorable Sunset Beach, the Cape May Bird Refuge or Cape May State Park. Pack a lunch and spend time at the historic Cape May Lighthouse, a bicycle tour is the ideal way to fully experience all that Cape May offers.
Cape May is a birding Mecca with great migratory concentrations, Cape May has become known as America's most famous bird watching destination. The New Jersey Audubon Society and Cape May Bird Observatory have a full schedule of events for the birding enthusiast and novice, offering field trips, workshops and programs for everyone.
The Albert Stevens Inn invites you to a fun-filled spring week or weekend in Cape May where you will find so much to do it will be hard to choose.
Cape May is the nation's first seaside resort with more than 100 years of history offering opportunities to enjoy a legacy of architectural riches, fine restaurants, shopping and natural features. Visitors enjoy Victorian B&B gingerbread gazing, seaside strolling on the board walk and antiquing. The beaches are filled in the summer and romantic in the spring, winter and fall.
Stay at least two nights:
There is so much to do and see we recommend a three or four night stay to experience Cape May's diversity. A day at the beach, a day at the Washington street mall, tours, birding, bicycle rides, dining and more; Cape May offers fun for every one.
Cape May is a Mecca for Naturalists, Birders and History Buffs:
Birders flock to Cape May Point to watch the spring and fall migrations. Cape May's history as a whaling port is reflected in the sailing excursions and fishing boats docked at Cape May harbor. Day tours provide information about Cape May's National Historic Landmarks architecture and history.
Four Season Entertainment:
In the winter, spring, summer and fall, Cape May has events and attractions everyone will enjoy. The back roads of South Jersey provide wonderful shun-piking adventures off the beaten path, leading to villages, hamlets, settlements and antique emporiums. Exploring Cape May City is a pleasure too, as you discover the craft shops and art galleries on Washington Street, and the upscale restaurants and bistros within blocks of The Albert Stevens Inn.