Memorial day weekend is a welcomed beginning to the summer season for many people and places and Cape May is no exception. It is a time for outdoor activities, food, and quality time with significant others. Memorial Day weekend in Cape May offers the annual yard sales, craft shows, fishing, antiques as well as the beach and shops that always welcome The Bacchus Inn guests.
The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts(MAC) will be holding a craft show on the Emlen Physick Estate grounds over the weekend. The Bacchus Inn is 3 blocks up Columbia from Madison make a left to Washington street ( 2 blocks)and then a right onto Washington and the Emlen Pysick Estate is 300 yards up the road.
The yard sales will take place all weekend throughout the towns from Cape May Point to east Cape May in Cape May city. Cape May Point is one of the farthest points from Cape May city but it is a pleasant 3.2mile bike ride from The Bacchus Inn.
The fishing fleet at the south jersey marina is poised for a great season. The dolphin watch is ready to tour.
The Washington Street mall merchants have filled their stores preparing for the summer surge. The mall is 2 blocks down Columbia make a right and 2 blocks on Ocean to Washington street.
Cape May restaurants will be open to welcome hungry visitors. Cape May has always prided itself on the variety of culinary options. We have wonderful casual places like Gecko’s or Tommy’s hotdogs and fine restaurants like the Washington Inn or the Merion Inn. Most of the restaurants of Cape May are within 10 blocks of the Bacchus Inn.
Memorial day is a great time in Cape May. The breezes are warm, people are laughing and the Bacchus Inn is in the center of it all hoping to share the experience with you.