Things to do in Jersey Shore

The Cape May Whale Watch and Research Center
Very Good128 Reviews
1286 Wilson Drive Cape May, NJ 08204
Founded in 1987, The Cape May Whale Watch & Research Center (CMWW&RC) launched because of numerous media requests for further information concerning marine mammal behavior. Our goal is to monitor the type of species that come to Cape May and learn more about migration, breeding and feeding habits. The M/V Whale Watcher is an enormous 80 ft. long boat specially designed for up-close, non-obtrusive views of whales and dolphins! Your trip will last only a few hours – but the memories will... read more
Cape May Brewing Company
Excellent137 Reviews
1288 Hornet Road, Rio Grande, NJ 08242
We are Cape May’s only microbrewery serving the finest qualities ales and lagers.  Please stop by for tours and tastings.  Please check our website for times.
Cape May Stage
Excellent107 Reviews
Robert Shackleton Playhouse, 405 Lafayette Street, Cape May, NJ 08204
Cape May Stage is the premiere Equity Theatre in Southern New Jersey.  Cape May Stage inspires performers, audiences, our community, and the entire region.  While we introduce audiences to great performers and performances through our Cape May Stage Main Stage, we also collaborate with outstanding organizations and theatrical companies to form a vibrant creative community and build a larger constituency for the performing arts with our Second Stage Series.  Our education programs nurture tomo... read more
Atlantic City's Beer Vs. Wine
Boardwalk Hall Atlantic City, NJ
For the first time ever, Good Time Tricycle presents Atlantic City's Beer Vs. Wine at Boardwalk Hall. The event - designed to solve the age-old question of what to drink with dinner - will showcase 15 American craft breweries and 15 American wineries, offering tastings and pairings to attendees.
Dock's Oyster House
Excellent794 Reviews
2405 Atlantic Ave, Atlantic City, NJ
A fan favorite, this classic Atlantic City restaurant serves up quality seafood and steaks in an authentic Jersey atmosphere complete with wood paneling and a piano player. Most visitors come for the seafood, but even those who don't eat fish will find something tasty on the menu.
Immersion Spa
Very Good48 Reviews
1 Renaissance Way The Water Club Hotel Atlantic City, NJ
With sweeping views of the Jersey Shore from the 30th floor of the Borgata, the Water Club offers a unique total relaxation experience. Various types of massage and immersion are available for visitors looking to relax in comfort and style.