Morey’s Piers & Beachfront Water Parks, located on the boardwalk in Wildwoods, NJ, is honoring Mother’s Day with tea for two…or three…or four…or more, inviting moms to celebrate their special day with an unforgettable tea party for the whole family at the beloved Tea Cups ride.
Mothers visiting the classic shore side destination on Sunday, May 11, 2014, will also ride free from 12pm to 5pm on Mariner’s and Surfside Piers. With more than 100 rides and attractions to choose from, the entire family can ride on one of the largest Ferris wheels on the east coast, loop upside down on the Great Nor’easter coaster, soar through the air on the new Wave Swinger ride standing 11 feet higher and boasting a fresh new design, and much more.
From 12pm to 2pm, families can grab a seat in an oversized “English tea cup” and enjoy complimentary afternoon tea with an assortment of cookies, biscotti’s, and biscuits at the Tea Cups attraction, featuring new awnings that provide guests additional shade. Kids will have the opportunity to decorate personalized sugar cookies for mom at the cookie decorating station located next to the Tea Cup ride on Mariner’s Pier. Also available at the Parents Pavilion on Mariner’s Pier is a special photo area complete with signs and props for Mom and the entire family to take pictures.
Available May 9 through 11, The Pan American Hotel and Port Royal Hotel are offering family stay weekend packages starting at $345 per family that include a two-night stay for two adults and up to two children (in one room), one day admission to amusement rides at Morey’s Piers and one complimentary breakfast per person. Rooms subject to availability; price does not include hotel tax. To book at the Pan American guests must call 609-522-6936, and for the Port Royal, guests must call 609-729-2000 and request the Mother’s Day Weekend package.
Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Pan American Hotel is located in the heart of Wildwood Crest and features a lavish swimming pool, 78 chic rooms and suites, Alosi’s Bistro offering a lite-fare menu, wireless internet, a media lounge, and a meeting room, all fashioned around the golden age of air travel.
Also located along the beaches in Wildwood Crest, The Port Royal is characterized entirely around the maritime lifestyle. Guests can enjoy an oceanfront sun deck and a private balcony, in one of the 100 nautically designed rooms. A heated pool is available for adults, as well as a swimming pool for children. The Royal Grille Cafe, located in the lobby, serves a menu of classic American fare.
For more information on Morey’s Piers, visit www.moreyspiers.com.