The Cape May-Lewes Ferry began operations on July 1, 1964.
MUSEUM ON MAIN STREET

CAPE MAY FERRY TERMINAL, CAPE MAY

A partnership between Cape May Ferry Terminal and NJ Audubon, Nature Center of Cape May jointly presents Water/Ways. Cape May is a true water-based community and while it provides the essence of the lives of the residents of the area, it also presents challenges. The area is connected to the waters that surrounds community members through employment, recreation, as well as georgraphy.

WATER/WAYS EXHIBIT

NOV 25, 2019 — JAN 6, 2020

 

WHAT IS YOUR WATER STORY?

Between July 2019 and April 2020, NJCH will host hour-long community conversations in all 21 counties, to capture stories about the different ways water matters to New Jerseyans. Participants will have the opportunity to contribute their water story to a statewide public archive documenting personal connections to water and waterways in New Jersey. All are welcome to share or listen.

LEARN MORE

HUMANITIES TO GO are our "grab and go" offerings. Based on your organization and desired topics/formats, we offer programs, often subsidized by our federal and corporate funding, so that you can bring high quality humanities programs to your audiences.

At NJCH, we believe that everyone should have access to humanities programming. That's why we created Humanities to Go. We want the humanities to be able to come to you.