If you're not visiting Atlantic City to gamble, chances are you're coming to visit the beach. the city beach is wide.
The boardwalk is not named after its wooden planks. Its name actually comes from its inventor, Alexander Boardman.
Atlantic City is practically synonymous with gambling. The seaside town is home to several casinos ranging from slots to blackjack.
About 45 miles south of Atlantic City is a more laid-back area of the Jersey Shore - Cape May. established by the dutch in 1620.
To spend some of that freshly won casino cash (or not), visit Tanger Outlets. From J.Crew and Abercrombie & Fitch to Michael Kors.
Visitors with kids will enjoy this 20-acre amusement park where children's literature reigns supreme.
On rainy days, AC visitors can watch a blockbuster on the big screen in the Tropicana's IMAX theater.
Located along the banks of Absecon Inlet, the Atlantic City Aquarium features a variety of interactive exhibits that kids will enjoy.
Playground Pier is a four-story shopping, dining and nightlife complex located on a 900-foot pier that extends into the Atlantic Ocean.
You can climb the 228 steps to the Absecon Lighthouse for a spectacular view of your surroundings. and it's a wonderful sight.