Saturday Ghost Walks

Ghost Walks at 8pm on Saturdays in August & October at Historic Cold Spring Village.
Meet at Cold Spring Brewery for this over 45 minute walking tour.
Please bring bug spray. No Bite Me Cream will be available for sale.
Tickets available at either gate during operating hours or at Cold Spring Brewery thereafter.
$15 per person, $12 for HCSV members & children 3-12 years old. *Weather permitting
To purchase tickets in advance, PLEASE click on the red BOOK NOW button!

Spirited Holidays Channeling Session

December 20, 2018 at 6:30pm at Cold Spring Brewery. Spiritualist Medium & Psychic Bob Bitting will offer a special channeling experience. Reserve tickets are $20.00 and are available now on hcsv.org. Click the “Book Now” button. Proceeds benefit HCSV Foundation a non-profit living history museum. Please stay tuned to Facebook for topics and information.

Mermaid Mutineer will be anchored outside Cold Spring Brewery selling their delicious comestibles!

Heritage Weekend

Heritage Weekends on July 27-28 and August 17-18 will follow a somewhat chronological sequence, with the first event focusing on Native cultures and early settlers through the Civil War, and the second weekend focusing on post Civil War and more modern demographics. The goal is to focus on life, art, music, crafts, and foods that make us all Americans.

Fireside Chats

Join us at Cold Spring Brewery, cuddle up near the fireplace with a good brew, and perhaps learn something new! Fireside Chats begins again on January 17th 2019 and runs until April 4th 2019. This free lecture series is made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission.

Ghosts of Cold Spring

Join us at Cold Spring Brewery as we gather ’round the fireplace with local physic medium Bob Bitting as he discusses the history of Cold Spring like you’ve never heard it before!
Topics Include:
11/8/18- “Haunts of Dennisville Inn”- Bob talks about Jeremiah Johnson the areas first postmaster, Thomas Henderson, and Jacob & Hannah Wells.
11/15/18- “Coxe Hall Carnage”- Bob speaks about a Revolutionary War soldier, the mumbling woman and the 3 murders of James Bud, Thomas Bancroft, and Johnathan Hoffman.
11/29/18- “Peculiar Pathways” – Bob discusses the Lenape tribe, Emma Douglas and the small children who have never left the Ewing Douglas house (Ice Cream Parlor).
12/6/18 – “Shadows & Specters” – Bob covers Corson-Hand house, Bookbinding shop, the octagon house (coop), shadow people and the buildings at Historic Cold Spring Village that attract or repel spirit energy.
12/13/18- “Spicer-Leaming & the Witches of Cape May” – Bob will discuss Sam Spicer, Hannah Leaming, Elizabeth Garlick, and the spirits of children that still reside in The Print Shop.

12/20/18- “Spirited Holidays” – A special channeling session. Please attend with high positive energy! Tickets are $20.00 and are available for purchase. Just click the “Book Now” button!

Ghoul Spring Village

2nd Annual Ghoul Spring Village- Where legends come to life!
Haunted Walk Ticket: $25.00 (13 and over) HCSV Members: $20.00
Reserve your tickets on our website by clicking the Book Now button!

Please enter the Village via Seashore Road. If you type in 735 Seashore Road into your GPS, that should do the trick.

This program designed for those who are 13 and older, please

If you dare, please join us as we pierce the veil between the world of the living and the world of the dead. Venture to hear the trues stories behind some of New Jerseys infamous legends as you are guided through the darkness by lantern light. What entities will you encounter? And what will you bring back home with you?

Free parking, live music by Nae Breeks, vendors, & tasty treats! November 3rd Trinka Hakes Noble will be signing her children’s’ book The Legend of the Jersey Devil

Advanced ticket sales only! Reserve your tickets on our website by clicking the Book Now button!

Saturday Ghost Walks

Take an over 45 minute walking tour that highlights the paranormal “visitors” and activities that have been experienced by the Village staff over the years.
Tours begin at Cold Spring Brewery
733 Seashore Road
Cape May, NJ
$15 per person (HCSV members $12) Advance registration suggested… (609) 898-2300 ext. 10
Please bring bug spray. No Bite Me Cream will be available for sale.

Village Field Day

A fun filled weekend of 1800’s games and frivolity will take place at the first Village Field Day, August 18th-19th! Bocce Ball, Sack Races, and much, more. Games for young and old alike!
This event sponsored by: Priester Foundation

Feasting on History

Help us celebrate the history of southern New Jersey by participating in our 19th Annual Restaurant Gala, Feasting on History on
Tuesday, May 1st, at the Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum at the Cape May Airport.
Your tax-deductible support ensures that the story of our nation’s past will be brought to life through hands-on demonstrations, lectures and special events for the thousands of families who will pass through our gates this summer. Students and teachers will experience first-hand the skills of the blacksmith, wood worker, potter, bookbinder and basket weaver on field trips this spring. Every hand-forged nail, original wide plank floorboard, chest and desk, which make up the very substance of our collective history, is carefully restored and preserved.

Your generosity and support will make this event a truly special occasion– help us make the 18th Feasting on History the best yet!

 

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Per person $85.00/ $800.00 for a table of 10
Reserved seating will only be available to tables of 10.
For all other guest there will be open/unassigned seating
*Tickets for this event are tax deductible to the extent of the law.
       

   

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Heritage Weekend

Heritage Weekends on July 27-28 and August 17-18 will follow a somewhat chronological sequence, with the first event focusing on Native cultures and early settlers through the Civil War, and the second weekend focusing on post Civil War and more modern demographics. The goal is to focus on life, art, music, crafts, and foods that make us all Americans.