Admission & Hours
Historic Cold Spring Village will be open for weekends from June 17th through September 17th.
We open weekdays Tuesday through Friday between June 27th through September 1st.
View our Calendar of Events for more special event information!
Tickets are for single-day admission.
Children 3-12: $10
Children under 3: Free
HCSV Members: Free
Click here for information on Unlimited Admission with a Village Membership!
Active Duty Military (with ID): Free
A 10% discount on admission is offered to military veterans with their Military ID or Cape May County Veteran’s Photo ID Card.
Special membership discounts are available to active duty members of the military and their families. Please contact our membership coordinator at (609) 898-2300, ext. 15, for more information.
Combo Tickets can be purchased at the Village gate or at our partnering locations.
Explore our History – $30/adults (regularly $50); $20/children (regularly $31)
From the Early American era to the mid-20th century, there are plenty of opportunities to “live a little history” in Cape May. Package includes: A ticket for the Combination Trolley/Physick Estate Tour, admission to the Cape May Lighthouse, Hereford Inlet Lighthouse, World War II Lookout Tower, Naval Air Station Wildwood, Historic Cold Spring Village, and Discount Coupons!
Cape May Lighthouse Combo – $18/adults; $11/children
Cape May Lighthouse: Located in Cape May Point State Park, Lower Township 1859. More than 100 thousand visitors a year now experience a visit to the top of the lighthouse, participating in a century old rite of a visit to the Jersey Shore. For those who choose not to climb, the Oil House contains a fully-accessible visitors’ orientation center and a Museum Shop stocked with maritime accessories and memorabilia.
NASW Aviation Museum Combo – $20/adults; $16/children
Naval Air Station Wildwood Foundation is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to restore Hangar #1 at the Cape May County Airport, Lower Township, New Jersey, into an aircraft museum honoring the 41 Naval airmen who perished while training there during World War II. Hangar # 1 was listed onto the National Register of Historic Places September, 1997.