Atlantic City Vacation Packages

Atlantic City Vacation Packages

👉Atlantic City Vacation Packages

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Atlantic City Vacation Packages

The population of this area of Jersey Shore is roughly 40,000.

Newark is about 110 miles to the north of Atlantic City, while Longport is 6 miles to the southwest.
Let the kids run amok at Raging Waters and Wonderland Pier. Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge and Atlantic City Miniature Golf are also great places to visit if the little ones still have energy to burn.

Dive below the waves and into a world of aquatic wonders at Atlantic City Aquarium.

You won't find too many things more memorable than a superb wine. Experience some of the region's finest at the Renault Winery and the Balic Winery. Ready for the next stop? The Sylvin Farms Winery and the Tomasello Winery Tasting Room are favorites around here.

Even though you shouldn't bet the farm, everyone still has a blast at the Bally's Atlantic City Casino and Borgata Casino. If you like what those places offer, finish off the night at Golden Nugget Atlantic City Casino or Harrah's Atlantic City Casino.

When it's time for a break, pick up some lunch and find a quiet corner at one of the pleasant urban parks, such as Historic Gardners Basin or Absecon Wildlife Management Area. Heritage Park and Altman Playground are two more pleasant spots to while away a lazy day with a good book.

Don't know where to go next? You're certain to come upon some great ideas at Atlantic City Expressway Visitor Welcome Center and Atlantic City Visitor Welcome Center.
When the weather is good, Ventnor Pier is the best place to go. Enjoy an invigorating stroll along the shoreline and watch the seabirds fly overhead.

Want to spend some time among nature? Delta Basin is ready for you.

Schedule a visit to some of the varied cultural institutions in the area. Savor the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the varied collections at the Atlantic City Historical Museum and the Discovery Seashell Museum. Another two to consider are the Atlantic City Art Center and FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center.

Boasting an interesting collection of scientific objects and displays, Harold E. Taylor Observatory is worth making the time for.

Fascinating exhibits and creations await art connoisseurs at the Noyes Museum of Art.

Atlantic City Hall and Historic Smithville and Village Green are certainly worth taking a look at, even if history isn't your forte. More stories from a bygone era are waiting for you at Atlantic City Cemetery and the Lucy the Margate Elephant.
This area contains several photo-worthy landmarks, including Steel Pier and Garden Pier.

To learn more about the history of Absecon Lighthouse and the men and women who kept it shining bright, inquire about tours.

Take some time to remember the lived experiences of Atlantic City's past inhabitants at a couple of its memorial statues and structures. An afternoon spent at the Lucy the Elephant or the Monopoly Monument is always an enlightening experience.

People of all ages will find something of interest at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, a renowned educational institution. Those who have long been out of school can revel in the nostalgia of their glory days, while budding young students can sample what's to come.

Take advantage of this area's reputation as a great shopping destination. Find the perfect accessory, do some grocery shopping or just enjoy the atmosphere at Freehold Raceway Mall and Hamilton Mall. You're also sure to be impressed with the massive selection at Harbor Square and Pier Shops at Caesars.

If you love the arts, grab your tickets, locate your seats and get ready for an entertaining time at Boardwalk Hall or Borgata Event Center. The Dante Hall Theater of the Arts and the IMAX Theatre at the Tropicana are also terrific spots for local and touring artists.

This region's most prominent tourist sights sometimes overshadow its less renowned, yet equally fascinating activities. The Atlantic City Country Club and the Atlantic City Public Library are certainly worth a look. If you can squeeze it in, also think about visiting Senator Frank S. Farley State Marina and the Great Bay Resort and Country Club.

Accommodation in Atlantic City

When a place is as popular as Atlantic City, it's no surprise there's a comprehensive range of hotel deals to select from. You can find 57 Atlantic City accommodation options on Travelhoteltours's easy-to-browse website.

Beginning at the premier end of the spectrum, you can book The Chelsea, at 111 South Chelsea Avenue, or the Caesars Atlantic City Resort & Casino, at 2100 Pacific Ave. If those don't fit the bill, check out the Days Inn Atlantic City Oceanfront Boardwalk, at 3000 Boardwalk At Morris Ave, and the Best Western Envoy Inn, at 1416 Pacific Ave, two more budget-friendly options.