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.
Situated on Atlantic City's eastern coastline, the Absecon Lighthouse has been assisting wandering vessels since its establishment in 1856. Standing at a spectacular height of 171 feet (52 meters), it is quite easily the tallest structure of its kind in New Jersey. This splendid piece of 19th-century architecture is made up of a mesh of granite slabs that lend its walls an eye-catching sheen that still exists today. First lit in 1857, the lighthouse retains its original George Meade-designed Fresnel lens that at the peak of its powers propagated signals up to 36.1 kilometers (22.4 miles). Decommissioned in 1933, its lens shines brightly to this day.
This proud, well-loved historical monument has been delighting visitors since its conception in 1881. South Atlantic City landowner James Vincent de Paul Lafferty, Jr. had this mammoth beast constructed as a way to attract visitors and prospective buyers to his properties. Lucy stands 65 feet (20 meters) high and contains many rooms inside. It also sports a spiral staircase to the top of the edifice. Check out the website for an in-depth account of Lucy's long history.
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.
A 43-story tower with 2000 guest rooms and suites invites you to have the time of your life! There's never a dull moment at the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa—live life king-size here! From the time you check in, all your needs are taken care of, up until the moment you leave. The rooms have marble baths, television sets, wet-bars and internet access. You will find restaurants, stores, a barbershop, a fitness center, sprawling gardens, meeting rooms and a pool on-site! What's more? Enjoy your evenings in the casino or watch a movie at the hotel's theater with your family! Once you step in, you may never want to leave—it's just so much fun!
Tuckerton Seaport is a testament to the rich architectural history of New Jersey. Various recreated buildings and structures line the coastline of this recreated fishing village including Tucker's Island Lighthouse, Joy Dayton's Sawmill, and Jay C. Parker's Decoy Carving Shop. There are several restaurants that get into the action as well, paying tribute to the heritage of the Jersey Shore Baymen. The Museum offers lunch at the restaurant Skeeter's with a gift shop located within. Numerous educational programs are on offer as well.
With an on-site casino and variety of restaurants, this Caesars hotel is a 5-minute walk to the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk. The Pier Shops at Caesars boasts 75 retail stores. The classically decorated guest rooms at Caesars Atlantic City are equipped with a flat-screen TV and iPod docking station. They also include floor-to-ceiling windows. The seasonal, adult only, rooftop swimming pool and deck overlook the city. Guests at the Atlantic City Caesar's can enjoy the 135 table games or the 2,000 slot machines in the casino. Relax with a spa treatment at Qua Baths and Spa complete with roman showers, 15 treatment rooms and the Dieci Mani treatment. Buddakan at the Playground is open for lunch and dinner and serves modern Asian cuisine while oceanfront dining is available at Nero's Italian Steakhouse. Other dining establishments include Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, Kwi Noodle House and Morton's Steakhouse. The Boardwalk Hall Convention Center is within a 5-minute walk of the Atlantic City Caesars.
Circus Maximus Theater is a plush, elegant entertainment venue that keeps up with the upscale and chic Ceasers Hotel, within which it's located. With a capacity of 1500, the theater has been newly renovated and has been improved with lighting, sound and other technological enhancements. There is also a nifty bar where you can catch some drinks before the show. The ambiance here is very classy attracting all theater connoisseurs. Other events include concerts, music festivals, gigs and so on.
Reopened in 2004, Carnegie Library Center was built in 1903 and served as the city's most popular library until 1985. After a big gap, the center was revamped and now functions as an educational establishment catering to a multitude of people. On site, you will find a 75-seat lecture hall, 22-seat computer lab, a multipurpose room, conference centers and seminar rooms. Operated by the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, there are several educational programs, technological training and professional development courses offered here. Do make it a point to check the Civil Rights Garden too when you're here.