With beaches, a boardwalk and slots, this city plays hard around the clock.
From the 4-mile-long Boardwalk to the nearly 12 square miles of sandy beaches, Atlantic City has long drawn crowds looking to bask in all kinds of entertainment. Spend your day relaxing by the ocean or exploring the nearby amusement parks before heading off to the shops and restaurants. AC is also a place that’s as active by day as it is at night, making it just as popular with beach-going families as it is with those looking to hit the slots and shows.
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Explore Atlantic City

  • Boardwalk
  • Chelsea and Ducktown
  • Marina District
  • Venice Park



The Boardwalk area offers easy access to all of Atlantic City's bells and whistles: casinos, shopping, dining and much more. Garden Pier is an artsy community, while Steel Pier offers old-school amusement park fun during the summer months.

Known For

Beaches, Dining, Shopping

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Chelsea and Ducktown


Atlantic City’s Little Italy borders the beaches, serving up shows, shops and bars, as well as heaping helpings of seafood pasta.

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Beaches, Restaurants, Shopping

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Marina District


Home to a handful of high-end restaurants and casinos, the Marina District offers a host of activities geared toward adults looking to spend some time away from the Boardwalk. If you have kids in tow, there’s also the Atlantic City Aquarium and the AC Waterfront Sculpture Walk.

Known For

Casinos, Nightlife

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Venice Park


A respite from the busy beach, Venice Park also has some of the area’s best views of the skyline and water. It’s the ideal place for a leisurely stroll along the bays and inlets, all while taking in the scenery.

Known For

Great Views, Strolling, People-Watching

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Find Your Beach

Start your visit with panoramic beach views from the historic Absecon Lighthouse before finding your spot on the sand. After spending some time soaking in the sun, head out to explore the restaurants and shops that line the Boardwalk. 

The pier at sunset

Get In On the Action

From nature walks to amusement parks, here’s your day to explore the sights, sounds and flavors of Atlantic City. Take in the bucolic views on the AC Waterfront Sculpture Walk and check out works from local artists along the way.

A meal of steak and wine on a table

Get Off the Beaten Path

Head to Ventnor City Beach, which is a bit off the beaten path, for some quiet sand with fewer crowds. Cap off your day with a visit to one of the city’s storied restaurants, like Knife & Fork Inn, which has been serving locals for more than 100 years.

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