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You’ll want to make time to browse the countless shops and boutiques while you’re in the Twin Capes Region— and shopping in Delaware is always tax-free.
Restored building artifacts, Victorian lighting, fireplace mantels, iron, wicker, stained glass and other architectural antiques are among the stellar attractions at the Antique Doorknob. 600 Park Blvd., West Cape May, (609) 884-6282,
The 70 dealers at Cape May Antique Center offer coins, new and used vinyl records, vintage cameras and musical instruments, trains, sports memorabilia, military collectibles, and more. 1228 Route 109, Cape May, (609) 898-4449. More than 100 shops and cafes are situated
in downtown Ocean City on Asbury Avenue between 6th and 14th streets.
Out of the Past Antiques is one of the few places to go for vintage dollhouse furniture. You’ll also find antique furnishings for
your own home, plus china, pottery, Depression glass, jewelry, toys, clothing
and ephemera. Open by appointment.
394 Myrtle Ave., Cape May, (609) 884-3357,
Located at the foot of Sunset Boulevard in Cape May, the Sunset Beach Gift Shops carry a wide range of apparel, home and garden décor, and jewelry. Cape May,
(800) 757-6468,
Downtown Cape May’s Washington Street Mall features 60 shops and restaurants encompassing three blocks. Don’t miss Givens, which features the works of local
artists, designers and other creative folks.
418 Washington St., Cape May, (609) 884-4202,
Housed in a former garage and gas station, West End Garage has more than 50 stores with vendors from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York selling art, antique and vintage items, fashion, jewelry, gifts, food products, and handcrafted goods for the home and garden. 484 West Perry St., Cape May,
(609) 770-8261,
West End Garage in Cape May.
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