Things To Do In Atlantic City Before You Die! 

By:- Sahil Luthra

Atlantic City Beach

Atlantic City Beach

If you're not visiting Atlantic City to gamble, chances are you're coming to hit the beach. The city's beach is wide and its camel-hued sands are soft

Atlantic City Boardwalk

Atlantic City Boardwalk

The Boardwalk isn't named after its wooden planks. Its namesake actually comes from its inventor, Alexander Boardman, who developed the walkway in the 1870s

Atlantic City Casinos

Atlantic City Casinos

Atlantic City is practically synonymous with gambling. The seaside city is home to several casinos with everything from slots to table games like blackjack

Cape May

Cape May

Just about 45 miles south of Atlantic City is a much calmer stretch of Jersey shore – Cape May. Founded in 1620 by the Dutch

Tanger Outlets Atlantic City

Tanger Outlets Atlantic City

Recent travelers said they appreciated the variety of stores and added the steep discounts and deals were worth the visit. However, unlike some outlet malls

Storybook Land

Storybook Land

travelers comment that they are always impressed with how clean the park is, how well-manicured the gardens are and the friendliness of the staff

IMAX Theatre

IMAX Theatre

AC visitors can see a blockbuster on a big screen at Tropicana's IMAX Theatre. Even when it's not raining, many families with kids say visiting the IMAX is high on their list of things to do.

Atlantic City Aquarium

Atlantic City Aquarium

Sitting along the Absecon Inlet, the Atlantic City Aquarium features a variety of interactive exhibits the kids will enjoy. You can touch sharks, stingrays and coral and see other

Playground Pier

Playground Pier

The mall houses several high-end stores, including Burberry, Gucci, Tiffany & Co. and Armani Exchange. Many travelers typically visit just to window shop and enjoy the displays 

Absecon Lighthouse

Absecon Lighthouse

And a great view it is – located at the northern end of the city, this lighthouse stands 171 feet high, making it the tallest of its kind in New Jersey and one of the tallest in the country.

Lucy the Margate Elephant

Lucy the Margate Elephant

where else are you going to see a giant elephant? The six-story tall, 90-ton elephant has had a long history of preservation efforts and repairs.

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