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    A quaint little village that shows what life was like 100+ years ago. I’m not sure it was the cost of admission but I did enjoy seeing the farm animals and going for a horse drawn carriage ride. I do not recommend the restaurant. It has a very limited menu and we waited over 30 minutes for a cheese plate and two salads at 2:00 on a weekday. I do recommend buying the combo ticket that gets you into Cape May Lighthouse a few minutes down the road.

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    This place is HUGE! I thought it was a railroad museum when we turned off of the highway. It’s a whole village. It was a peaceful way to start our trip. We strolled around and enjoyed every bit. Check their calendar if you are planning a trip. They have frequent functions. There was a knitting group and “High Tea Party” the same day we were there. Alas, we missed both.

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    Great artifacts. Wonderful shops. Tranquil atmosphere. feel like a time traveler.

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    Excellent history, great staff, kids loved it

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