WWII lookout tower -- Fire Control Tower No. 23


Cape May,  New Jersey
If the kids have energy to burn, take them to the WWII lookout tower, where they can climb the six levels to the very top and become World War II buffs along the way. During the war, the tower was used to look out for enemy ships. Today, you can gaze out over the calm Delaware Bay and imagine what it was like to fear German ships appearing on the horizon.
Last Reviewed February 2012
  • Address

    Sunset Boulevard in Lower Township
    Cape May, NJ 08204

  • Contact

    609/884-5405 or 800/275-4278

  • Note

    Open daily June-August; closed Monday-Friday in the rest of the year.

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