Upcoming Cape May Events Summer 2020.
Finally, you get to enjoy some much-deserved rest and relaxation at our Cape May Bed & Breakfast!
You’ll be delighted to know there are still some events scheduled in Cape May. While the summer docket isn’t pages upon pages as it normally is, there are happenings about town nonetheless. Here’s a list of upcoming events. Please keep in mind this list is subject to change as events are often canceled without notice due to COVID-19.
West Cape May Farm Market | Tuesdays, June 23 through August 25 | 3 PM to 7 PM
Good news! The West Cape May Farm Market will run a full ten weeks this year. Rain or shine, the market is open with fresh produce, herbs, antiques, art demonstrations, fresh coffee, barbecue, seafood, and more. Visit for the produce and stay for the wonderful sense of community. Grab a light dinner and relax with a variety of local music talent between 5 PM and 7 PM. West Cape May Municipal Complex at the Backyard Park, 732 Broadway.
West Cape May Strawberry Festival | June 27 | 9 AM to 5 PM
Love strawberries? Who doesn’t? Sponsored by the West Cape May Business Association, the Strawberry Festival has become an eagerly anticipated event each spring. Strawberries abound with both edible and non-edible treats, Jersey-fresh strawberries, fresh produce, barbecue, and more. Wilbraham Park.
Vendors in the Park | July 4 | 9 AM to 5 PM
Vendors in the Park returns thanks to Macedonia Baptist Church and features a variety of crafts, antiques, and edible delicacies. Proceeds go to the church building fund. Rain date is July 5th.
Of course, The Queen Victoria offers all the amenities you know and love.
Luxury accommodations: The Queen Victoria is an award-winning Cape May bed & breakfast with luxury accommodations across four Victorian buildings in the center of town. No matter in which building you stay, we encourage you to relax and make yourself comfortable. Each room is unique and reflects a different aspect of the Victorian era. Be sure to enjoy our beautiful porches, gardens, and parlors.
Breakfast: Breakfast is an important and integral element of every stay at The Queen Victoria. Recently, we designed a “Safe Serve” breakfast to replace our traditional self-serve buffet. This new format provides guests with the same great meals they love in a manner that respects safety in the era of COVID-19. We also reconfigured our seating spaces to allow for social distancing, both in the House of Royals Dining Room as well as Prince Albert Hall indoor and outdoor dining areas.
Afternoon tea: We have made similar adjustments to the way we serve afternoon tea. All the sweet and savory snacks you love are available but served a little differently. Cakes are now cupcakes, for example. All treats are pre-plated and covered in plastic wrap for your convenience and enjoyment. Our savories are served on individually wrapped plates with an assortment of crackers and a cup of spread.
Bicycles: Cape May is an ideal place for bicycling. Our sea-level terrain is easy to ride on, traffic is light, and the Victorian architecture makes any cruise in town worth your time. For leisurely strolls in Cape May, try Sunset Boulevard as it offers a wider shoulder for cyclists and ends at Sunset Beach. Pittsburgh Avenue has dedicated bike lanes from Texas Avenue to the beach as well.
We’re so excited to welcome you back for these upcoming Cape May events and much more! Take a look at the changes we’ve made to ensure your health and safety during your visit. To book your stay, visit our Rooms page.