New in Atlantic City
Find out why Atlantic City has turned into a hot destination - when you are in town, check out The Walk, The Quarter, House of Blues, The Borgata and The Shops at The Pier, See below for additional details.
Atlantic City has become a year-round vacation destination along the lines of Las Vegas. Families, groups of friends, couples old and young, can have a great time. Following is a sample of the activities, events and attractions in and around Atlantic City.
The Borgata is an exciting Las Vegas style casino. Enjoy world-class restaurants, entertainment and shopping.
The Quarter is a brand new attraction at the Tropicana with an Old Havana feel; experience world-class restaurants, non-stop entertainment, and a dazzling array of shops and experiences. The Quarter is also home to Atlantic City's IMAX theater.
House of Blues - catch the industry's biggest acts at the House of Blues, located at the Showboat casino.
The Pier - recently opened with the latest in top-of-the-line shopping, dining and entertainment.
The Walk - Connecting the Atlantic City Convention Center to the Boardwalk Casinos along Michigan Avenue, The Walk features outlet shopping for name brand fashions at discount prices.
Fine Dining Guide
There is a range of restaurants in AC - from local establishments that have been around for years, to the well-known and popular brand names. These include Bobby Flay Steak, Wolfgang Puck American Grille, The Knife and Fork Inn, Carmines, Morton's, Rainforest Cafe, The Palm, Ruth's Chris Steak House, PF Chang's, and more.
Carmines New York is about wonderful Southern Italian food served in abundant portions.
At The Quarter at the Tropicana Resort & Casino
Morton's Widely regarded as one of the prime spots for steak.
Located in Caesars Atlantic City (609) 449-1044
The Palm The Newest Palm is conveniently located inside The Quarter at the Tropicana Casino and Resort at 2801 Pacific Avenue in the Fiesta Plaza.
PF Chang's The popular Chinese bistro offers a wide variety of pasta, seafood and meat dining options.
At The Quarter at the Tropicana, 2801 N. Pacific Ave. #101, Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Ruth's Chris Steak House
The Walk in Atlantic City
A Selection of Atlantic City Shows:
At The Borgata:
September 17 - Slash
September 26 - Classical Mystery Tour
October 2 - Jerry Seinfeld
October 2 - Howie Mandel
- Brett Daniels - Magic and Beyond
IMAX Theater at Tropicana:
- Wild Ocean 3D
The Borgata |
The Quarter |
House of Blues |
The Pier |
Blue Heron Pines Golf Club - a daily fee golf club comprised of two championship, 18-hole courses.
Twisted Dune - Constructed in the tradition of Royal Lytham, St. Anne�s Old Links and other famous seaside courses in the British Isles, Twisted Dune is a first class course even though it�s not on the ocean. It�s a taste of Scotland in Atlantic City!
This 20-acre theme park is literally a walk through classic children's literature. Timeless stories and nursery rhymes are brought to life through more than 50 attractions and family rides. Located 10 miles west of Atlantic City.
6415 Black Horse Pike, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234
Ocean Life Center Aquarium
The Atlantic City Aquarium offers a fun and educational look into more than 100 varieties of fish and marine animals. The Atlantic City Aquarium's eight tanks total 29,800 gallons of live exhibits. Highlights include the Fish of the New Jersey Coast Aquarium, which holds 23,000 gallons...
This 171-foot-tall lighthouse is New Jersey's tallest, and it still uses its original First-Order Fresnel lens. The view from the top is so spectacular, you'll forget about the 228 steps it took to get there.
Rhode Island Ave, at Pacific Ave, Atlantic City, NJ 08402
Lucy The Elephant
This huge 90-ton National Historic Landmark was built in the early 1880s in hopes of attracting buyers to real estate mogul James Lafferty's choice beach property. Woodrow Wilson and Henry Ford were among the many visitors who came to see this remarkable elephant, and Lucy still draws 'em in today. Tour the interior and enjoy the view from atop her back. Disrepair forced her into retirement during the early 1960s, but she's back on the job thanks to ongoing renovations that began during the 1970s.
9200 Atlantic Ave, Margate, NJ 08402