Things to do
Atlantic City shopping has reached new heights at Tropicana Atlantic City! The Quarter is an Old Havana-themed enclosed shopping mall located at the Tropicana Casino Resort.
It contains 40 stores, 9 restaurants, 11 nightclubs, and a spa.
Sea life in AC from above! Situated in Gardener’s Basin, Atlantic City Parasailing was founded in 2010 to provide you with the best possible time out on the water and up in the air.
Breath taking scenery and ocean wildlife is what we are all about!
Tanger Outlets The Walk is a 109-store open-air outlet mall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. It is the only outlet mall in Atlantic County.
The mall opened in August 2003 and spans 3 city blocks, featuring a unique layout in outlet mall construction.
Lucy the Elephant is a six-story elephant-shaped example of novelty architecture, constructed of wood and tin sheeting in 1881 by James V. Lafferty in Margate City, New Jersey, approximately five miles (8 km) south of Atlantic City.
Originally named Elephant Bazaar, Lucy was built to promote real estate sales and attract tourists. Today, Lucy is the oldest surviving roadside tourist attraction in America.
Historic Gardner’s Basin is located at New Hampshire Avenue and the Bay. Gardner’s Basin sits on the hub of Absecon inlet commanding magnificent vistas of the Atlantic Ocean, Absecon Bay as well as Atlantic City’s three waterfront casinos.
Gardner’s Basin is home to the Atlantic City Aquarium as well as Recreational Boat rides, Back Bay Ale House and other Waterfront Restaurants.
The Absecon Lighthouse is a coastal lighthouse located in the South Inlet section of AC overlooking Absecon Inlet. It is the tallest lighthouse in the state of New Jersey and the 3rd tallest masonry lighthouse in the United States.
The light was first lit on January 15, 1857. The lighthouse was deactivated in 1933 and although the light still shines every night, it is no longer an active navigational aid.
The Atlantic City Boardwalk’s famous promenade is known for the roaring sea and dozens of confection shops.
It is the cherished blue property of the most popular board game in the world, Monopoly. And is truly the walk that inspired many more, but can never be duplicated.
With the legalization of gambling in the 1970’s, hotels, stores and piers started to pop up making the boardwalk the festive place it is today.
Located on the world-famous boardwalk in Atlantic City, just steps from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and New Jersey’s beautiful miles of beach, the Steel Pier is AC’s oldest theme park.
Whether you are skyrocketing to the stars over the ocean or gathering for an event with the best view in town, the Steel Pier offers fun for everyone!
The history of the Steel Pier has changed like the tides in the ocean below it since it was founded in 1898.
Make plans to see the amazing aquarium shows at the Atlantic City Aquarium. Guests can get up close to some of the aquarium’s more unusual inhabitants.
The AC Aquarium was built to improve the economic and social aspects of the waterfront section of the City and to recreate and preserve the waterfront section through outdoor recreation.
The Basin is accessible by car, boat and bus and has parking for 200 cars, 16 buses and 50 boats.