Weekend Breaks to Atlantic City
Planning a short break to Atlantic City? Check out Travel Library's recommended Top 10 Things To Do in Atlantic City. It's a perfect companion for weekend city breaks to Atlantic City. Once you've been you can add your own tips and suggestions to help other visitors.
Top 10 Things in Atlantic City on a Short Break
Mississippi Ave & Boardwalk, Atlantic City 08401, The Atlantic City Boardwalk is a mile long and has a mind-blowing array of things to do and see. A hub of entertainment, it offers live music venues, restaurants, art galleries, museums, and numerous shopping options.
There is also Ripleys Believe it or Not Museum, and the boardwalk is home to the Miss America Pageant.
Open 24 hours a day, a visitor could spend the entire day and night at this attraction and not be bored for a moment.
For more please contact 1-888-AC-VISIT (228-4748 or go to www.atlanticcitynj.com/
Located at 6623 US Route 40, Mays Landing, NJ 08330, take time out to visit the winery that was established in 1964, and has over 30 varieties of quality wines, all produced from the Mays Landing, NJ, vineyard. The wines are proudly American but have a European accent, with the founding father, Savo Balic, a former vine-grower from the Adriatic Sea.
For more information phone 609.625-2166, email www.balicwinery.com
New Hampshire Avenue and the Bay, Atlantic City, NJ 08401, visit the Ocean Life Centre, located in Atlantic Citys Historic Gardner's Basin, for an entertaining and educational tour of the eight tanks of fish and marine life at the centre. The Touch Tank provides visitors with the chance to handle some of the creatures that live beneath the waves.
For more information phone 609.348-2880, email email@example.com or go to www.oceanlifecenter.com
Located at 9200 Atlantic Avenue, Margate, MJ 08402, this 75 foot high, wooden, elephant shaped building was constructed in 1881, and stands on the beach gazing out to sea. It is a National Historic Landmark and has a unique gift shop inside its belly. Stairs to the upper floor are located in the legs.
For more information phone 609.823-6473, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.lucytheelephant.org
on Garden Pier Boardwalk, New Jersey Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401, visit the 2500 sq ft gallery overlooking the Atlantic City Beach and Boardwalk. The three exhibition galleries feature work by contemporary artists, and in the gallery shop, visitors can buy handmade glass from Wheaton Village in Millville, New Jersey, as well as other unique items. Admission is free and the gallery is open 7 days a week, but is closed on National holidays.
For more information phone 609.347-5837, email www.aclink.org or send to email@example.com
Located at 31 S. Rhode Island Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401, the tallest of New Jerseys lights, construction on this historic lighthouse began in the 1800s and it still has its original First-Order Fresnel lens. For a spectacular view, visitors can climb the 228 steps of the lighthouse. The lighthouse is open from Thursday to Monday, 11 AM-4 PM and Daily 10 AM-5 PM July & August.
For more information phone 609.449-1360, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.abseconlighthouse.org
Located on 720 Route 9, Cold Spring/Cape May, NJ 08204, this early American living history museum covers an area of 22 acres, and has 25 antique buildings. Visitors can enjoy wagon rides, watch craftsmen and women at work, and see costumed interpreters re-enact the sights and sounds of time past. Historic Cold Spring Village is open from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. weekends beginning Memorial Day Weekend through mid-June, then Tuesday through Sunday until Labor Day weekend and weekends until mid-September. Admission is Adults $7.00, Senior Citizens $6.00 Children (3 to 12) $5.00 (Children under 3 free)
For more information phone 609.898-2300, email email@example.com or visit www.hcsv.org
Located at Atlantic City Conv. Centre, 1 Miss America Way, Atlantic City, NJ, the Atlantique City antiques fair is now held twice yearly because of its extraordinary success. It is the largest indoor art, antique and collectibles show in the world, with exhibitors coming from Great Britain, Europe and the Orient, as well as Canada and 41 other American states.
For more information phone 1-800-526-2724 1-609-625-7300, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.atlantiquecity.com
Located at 1079, 12th Ave, Mays Landing, Atlantic City, New Jersey 08330, USA, 20 minutes drive from Atlantic City central. Take your children to Yogi Bears campgrounds where there is enough room for them to run free, and an amusement park that is geared towards kids. Among the amenities, there is miniature golf, cable TV, a recreation centre, and a lending library, so parents need not get bored while the children have a blast with Yogi and his friends.
For more information phone (+) 1 609 476 2811, email email@example.com or visit www.campjellystone.com
Run along Atlantic City's scenic coastal road, including the famous boardwalk, the Drive Marathon is held annually. In conjunction with the marathon is the 10 Miler, and the easier 5K run, for those who havent the stamina for the bigger events.
Children are invited to run, jog, or walk the Promenade in Sea Isle City for the fun of it.
For more information phone (+) 1 609 523 0880, or write to The Ocean Drive Run Club Inc, 5712 Pacific Ave, First Floor Front Office, Wildwood Crest, NJ.
Details available at www.odmarathon.com or visit email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rainforest Cafe - Children
This place is a wonderful place to take children of all ages! The restaurant features all types of Rainforest animals from tree frogs to gorillas and elephants. There are three huge fishtanks with tropical fish of all types. The setting is like being under the canopy of the rainforest with the all of the sounds and sights that one could only imagine you are actually in the rainforest. The food is also phenomenal, I would highly recommend this place.
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