Atlantic City is home to dozens of antique shops, museums and the tallest lighthouse in New Jersey. Wineries and regional museums are within a short drive of the city.
The backbone of tourism in town is the boardwalk, on which you'll find hotels, resorts and casinos for any kind of vacation imaginable.
Atlantic City beaches charge no fees for visitors, a rare find in New Jersey. Several museums, memorials and other attractions are available for $10 or less.
Cruises, water sports, fishing, hiking and golf are just a few of the activities to consider while on your trip.
Open seven days a week and 24 hours a day, each casino features a different theme.
Shopping and Spas
Available shopping ranges from high-end retail and department stores to the well-known local discount outlets. The area is also home to an abundance of world-class spas, offering one-day or extended stays.
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