You can pay an admission fee and get a guided tour of the inside of the mansion and they offer a restaurant on-site for your dining pleasure. From what I read online, the mansion was built in the famous stick-style which was common back in Victorian times.
The four acre estate is open year round and you can get guided tours according to their operating schedule. Interested in a trolley tour around Cape May? You can jump aboard the trolley here too! We took a trolley tour about 4 years ago and absolutely loved it! It's a great way to learn about the area and see some of it while sitting on your seat!
The property itself houses several different buildings, including the estate. There is a Carriage House, Business Offices, the Carriage House Museum Shop, the Carroll Gallery, Carriage House Tea Room & Cafe and the Carriage House Visitor's Center. Phew, there is a lot to see and do here! In addition to these main buildings, there are smaller ones too!
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