Atlantic City Tourism Government Office

Things to do in Atlantic City, NJ

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Atlantic City Tourism Government Office

Address

1301 Bacharach Boulevard
Atlantic City New Jersey 08401
United States

Phone

(609) 347-5300

Atlantic City is a popular tourist destination in New Jersey. There are many things to do in Atlantic City, including gambling, entertainment, golfing and museums, shopping, sports and nightlife. While there are many attractions in Atlantic City, we've narrowed down our list to just some of the best places to see and things to do in Atlantic County.

#1. #1. Daily guided tours are offered by the museum.

#2. Steel Pier - This historic pier is located on the beach and houses rides, shops, as well as eateries.

#3. National Aquarium - Visit the aquarium where you can learn about sea life and take a ride on the dolphin show tank.

#4. Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa - Stay at the Borgata hotel and experience luxury accommodations and great amenities. You can play blackjack, poker, and slot machines at the Borgata.

#5. Trump Taj Mahal Resort Casino - Enjoy high roller games like roulette and black jack at the Trump Taj Mahal resort casino.

#6. Revel - Atlantic City's newest casino is here! Revel has over 20,000 square feet to offer gaming, live music, fine dining, and a variety of other entertainment options.

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About Atlantic City

Atlantic City, sometimes referred to by its initials A.C., is a Jersey Shore seaside resort city in Atlantic County, in the U.S. state of New Jersey. Atlantic City comprises the second half of the Atlantic City-Hammonton metropolitan statistical area, which encompasses those cities and all of Atlantic County for statistical purposes. Both cities, and the surrounding Atlantic County, constitute part of the Delaware Valley (the combined statistical area of Philadelphia, Camden, Reading and Wilmington), the nation's seventh-largest metropolitan area as of 2020. Located in South Jersey on Absecon Island and known for its taxis, casinos, nightlife, boardwalk, and Atlantic Ocean beaches and coastline, the city is prominently known as the "Las Vegas of the East Coast" and inspired the U.S. version of the board game Monopoly, which uses various Atlantic City street names and destinations in the game. New Jersey voters legalized casino gambling in Atlantic City in 1976, and the first casino opened two years later.

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