The boardwalk is one of the best ways to get to know Atlantic City. Stroll along to take in the sea views and check out the shops, hotels and casinos along the way.
Steel Pier is known for its rides ike the Ferris wheel and Slingshot.
Nearby Cape May is known for being a great family-friendly beach spot.
Bally's Casino is one of the popular places to gamble in Atlantic City.
There are many shopping opportunities in Atlantic City. Travelers can visit the Tanger Outlets for discounts and deals or peruse Playground Pier, which is known for housing upscale designer stores.
Built in the mid-1800s, the Absecon Lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse in New Jersey.
Atlantic City is known for its many casinos, which offer games like blackjack, poker, roulette and more.
Like its Vegas counterpart, Caesars Atlantic City features an Ancient Roman theme.
This six-story elephant-shaped attraction in Margate City (a few miles southwest of Atlantic City) was constructed in 1881 in an effort to increase tourism.
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A U.S. Army soldier parachutes down in front of the Borgata as part of the annual Atlantic City Airshow.
Just about an hour south of Atlantic City, Cape May's beaches are a favorite among families.
The beach in Atlantic City is praised for being flat, wide and clean.
The casinos in Atlantic City are a main draw for gamblers thanks to the variety of gaming options, including slots, poker and black jack.
The AC skyline is filled with tall hotels and casinos.
Visitors say the Atlantic City Aquarium is small but worth a visit for those with young children.