World War II Lookout Tower / Fire Control Tower No. 23, Cape May

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World War II Lookout Tower / Fire Control Tower No. 23 is located in Cape May. Put World War II Lookout Tower / Fire Control Tower No. 23 into our Cape May trip itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Cape May.
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  • Wow... I've lived no more than 20 miles from this site for most of my life, and never stopped to visit... until last weekend. The history of the tower is interesting. I only wish that it had been open...  more »
  • Unfortunately not open for winter but some notice boards both sides of the pathway show a great insight to the history of US Coastal defences.  more »
  • We viewed the tower but did not go up in it as it wasn't open when we were there. Interesting structure that was used in the early world wars to defend our country!  more »
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  • This was a cool tower that you can climb up in and look at all of the surroundings. There was a WWII veteran in the top to explain about the history of the towers. He had lots of information and answered all of our questions. A good place to visit if you like WWII history.
  • I look into the past during war times, neat little feature.
  • This is really a fun way to learn about the history of Cape May as well as how America used to protect its shores. Easy to climb and always full of friendly staff, it is worth it just for the views of the point.
  • Very interesting place, well preserved and great people working there! Wonderful experience!
  • Worth learning and visiting here! Hands on experience!