Things To Do in Atlantic City





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Historic Absecon Lighthouse - Take an amazing journey into time and above it all as you ascend the 228 steps of the Absecon Lighthouse, one of the oldest lighthouses in the country. You'll see breathtaking views of the Atlantic City skyline and up top you'll come face-to-face with the original first-order Fresnel Lens, first lit in 1857.

Atlantic City Tours - Choose from 5 fun packed Atlantic City tours: Shipwrecks and Shoreline, Shop 'Til You Drop, Wine Tasting & History, Splash of Atlantic City and the Ginger Bread tour. Trolley departs from three Atlantic City locations.

Atlantic City Beaches & Boardwalk - The Atlantic City Boardwalk is the backbone of this seaside resort city, providing access to hotels, resorts, shops, casinos and more. Famous for great shopping, beautiful piers, and a fascinating history. Come take a walk along the great wooden way and see what makes Atlantic City so unique!

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Chefs At The Shore - Some of the region's best chefs will demonstrate their skill at the Annual Chefs at the Shore, a benefit at the Atlantic City Aquarium in Historic Gardner's Basin. Guests will be able to sample all dishes, as well as premium wines and beers.

Atlantic City Marathon - Whether you are a seasoned runner or looking to conquer another item on your bucket list, the Atlantic City Marathon is the perfect opportunity. With a distance for everyone, this event offers a Full Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K Run, 5K Run, a 2-Mile Walk and a Kids Fun Run. Don’t miss the opportunity to cross the finish line in beautiful Atlantic City!

Exit 0 International Jazz Festival - Immerse yourself in jazz vocals from ballads to low-down blues, mellow sax, high pitch trumpet, Latin piano…it is all here at Cape May Jazz Festival.

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Atlantic City History

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Knife & Fork Inn - A legendary Atlantic City steak and seafood restaurant restored to its original grandeur. The transformation recaptures the look and feel of the landmark restaurant's Prohibition era roots, including rich mahogany millwork, hand-painted ceilings, a sweeping staircase and balcony and lushly appointed dining rooms.

Buddakan - Buddakan’s dreamlike ambiance makes an enchanting setting where guests are instantly transported to an ancient Chinese village complete with rock gardens, thatched roofs and a dramatic twilight sky. The innovative menu portrays an eclectic interpretation of Modern Asian cuisine.

Carmine’s - A New York tradition which prides itself in being a family-style establishment, famous for offering the finest in Southern Italian cuisine served in abundant portions with warm, attentive old-fashioned service.

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