Escape AC - Escape Rooms, situated inside Tropicana Atalanta City on the Boardwalk is a fun place to bond with your friends and family. Featuring four rooms namely the Casino, Boardwalk, Theater and Poker, the level of difficulty of each escape room here varies but offers the same fun nonetheless. Once locked inside the room, you get an hour to solve clues and find your way out.
You can be sure to find one of a kind gifts at the shops in Smithville, where the little Jersey village is open year round. With shops specializing in Early American local crafts and products, Smithville's stores include Cook's Corner, Adrianna's Boutique, Crafting Cellar and more. In town, there are also restaurants, cafes, and the popular Colonial Inn Bed and Breakfast. Special events have drawn people from all over the east coast and have included a Children's Festival, Antique Show Day, Corvette Day and Olde Fife and Drum Corp. The people of Smithville encourage every visitor staying in Atlantic City to start a tradition of seeing the village any time of year.
This Ripley's location offers a variety of exhibits like the Fiji Island Mermaid, a lock of George Washington's hair, actual samples of Ripley's unusual mail, and a life-size statue of Michael Jordan made of paper, plastic, wire, and glass. The quirky and wonderful displays at Ripley's Believe It or Not in Atlantic City will leave you in awe.
Part of the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, the Music Box has 1000 seats and is an intimate venue for concerts and comedy acts. A-list performers including Wayne Brady, Dennis Miller, Bill Cosby and Kevin James have performed at the Music Box. The center also plays host to up-and-coming performers looking for a platform to showcase their talents.
Opened in 1921 as a convention center, this historic venue has been enthralling visitors for several decades now. The Boardwalk Hall is now a modern entertainment and sporting venue. Consisting of an arena and theater, it hosts indoor auto racing, concerts, football matches and festivals.
When it comes to casinos in Atlantic City, Wild, Wild, West at Bally's is like the ace of spades. The ambiance is totally western with creaking doors and wooden wagons. Inside, the merchandise store has a wide array of products including imported chocolates. Nearly 74,000 square feet of casino games are stocked up waiting for your quarters to be slotted in. From Blackjack to Poker, your luck and skill are sure to be taken to the utmost level while playing. If hungry from all the gambling, housed inside is the Virginia City Buffet, the Lone Star Snack Bar and Mountain Bar which make interesting dining options to choose from.