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Visit our Vendors/Exhibits at Cape May Convention Hall


Convention Hall

A must see is Cape May Convention Hall filled with an array of exhibitors including optics, gifts, artisans, jewelry, books, tours, and so much more.

Some of our exhibitors include:


  • U.S. and International Tour Companies
  • Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge
  • Major Optics Manufacturers
  • Hougton Mifflin Harcourt, Princeton Press Publishers
  • BirdWatching Magazine
  • Cape May Local Artisans
  • NJ Beekeepers Association / Jersey Cape Beekeepers Association
  • Marine Mammal Stranding Center

  • and many more . . .


Cape May Convention Hall will be open to the public.  Admission will be $5/person, $2 for children ages 6-12, free for children age 5 and under.  Children will not be admitted without an adult.  For registered participants, admission to the hall is free throughout the weekend.


Convention Hall hours:

Friday, October 24 from Noon to 5 PM

Saturday, October 25 from 10 AM to 5 PM

Sunday, October 26 from 10 AM to 3 PM

Free admission to all Coast Guard families on Saturday and Sunday, with valid ID

  


Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge
will be here with some of New Jersey's

Hunter's of the Sky.  Hawks and owls are just some of the rehabilitated animals that

Cedar Run cares for at their wildlife rehabilitation hospital.  Get up close and personal

with these fantastic creatures.  There will be special presentations at 2pm on Saturday,

October 25 and at 11am on Sunday, October 26.  Cedar Run's northern pine snake and box 

turtles may make an appearance or two.

New Jersey Beekeepers Association -- Jersey Cape Beekeepers Association

The New Jersey Beekeepers Association, established in 1902, has been a driving force in the art and science of beekeeping, supporting the beekeeping industry in the state for over one hundred years.  The most recent mission of the NJBA is to promote and support the education of the general public to the importance of the honeybee and native pollinators.  Stop by and learn about our native pollinators -- and why we can't live without them!  Check out their interactive display and live observation hive.