Long, sandy beaches, a huge selection of activities, and entertainment are all available to tourists in Atlantic City.
Enjoy the Rides at the Famous Steel Pier
The Steel Pier is the equivalent of Coney Island in New York City. This lovely antique amusement pier, constructed in 1898.
The 228-step Lighthouse, is unique for still having the First-Order Fresnel lens that was put in when the building was constructed in 1857.
Seaside Stroll along the Boardwalk
The Boardwalk in Atlantic City is the most well-known and well-liked attraction, and it is brimming with exciting things to do.
Atlantic City Aquarium
Atlantic City Aquarium include marine species from all around the world. Highlights include marine fauna along the coast of New Jersey.
Historic Gardner's Basin is a waterfront park and maritime village with a number of unique attractions that make it a worthwhile visit for tourists.
The Atlantic City Historical Museum traces the evolution of the city from a sleepy fishing community to one of the busiest vacation hotspots in the US.
There are two excellent war memorials in Atlantic City. The World War I Memorial, which was erected in 1922 in memory of those who perished during the Great War of 1914–18, is the oldest.