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Bright lights, grand casinos, and the famous boardwalk set the scene for a thrilling Atlantic City vacation package.
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Here are a few of our most popular Atlantic City resorts:

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    Caesars Atlantic City

    Caesars offers an array of enticing cuisine.

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    Harrah's Atlantic City

    Whether you're in the mood for fine dining or more casual fare, there is something to please every palate.

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    Holiday Inn Express & Suites VINELAND MILLVILLE

    In the heart of the Vineland – Millville, NJ business district and adjacent to the Cumberland Mall.

Things to do in Atlantic City, NJ

  • Busy New York Street

    New York City day trip

    Relax on a private guided sightseeing tour of New York City, with pick-up in and return to Atlantic City. Custom itineraries are created and personalized for each guest.
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    Dine at Hard Rock Cafe Atlantic City

    Rock your senses with a prix-fixe menu at the Atlantic City Hard Rock Cafe. Classic American cooking comes to the heart of America's Favorite Playground, where you'll enjoy a two-course or three-course meal with your choice of theme.
  • The Absecon Lighthouse

    A coastal lighthouse on the north end of Atlantic City, NJ, the Absecon Lighthouse was first lighted on January 15, 1857, and overlooks the Absecon Inlet. Absecon Lighthouse is New Jersey’s tallest lighthouse at 171 feet and the third-largest masonry U.S. lighthouse. The light still shines every night, though the tower was decommissioned in 1933 and no longer serves as an active navigational aid. A small donation is required to climb up to the watch platform and external gallery. A gift shop and museum are located in the recreated keepers’ quarters.

Family activities in Atlantic City, NJ

  • Atlantic City Boardwalk

    Atlantic City is home to the most famous boardwalk in the United States, which began construction in 1870. Iconic in nature, featured in movies and television shows, the oceanfront boardwalk has incredible Atlantic Ocean views, eclectic shops, world-renowned saltwater taffy makers, and restaurants—all against a backdrop of towering resort hotels and glitzy casino lights. Whether you are there to shop-til-you-drop, play the slots, wine and dine, or take a sunset stroll, the Atlantic City Boardwalk is a desirable destination that should not be missed. Don’t be bored, walk your fingers over to the mouse, and book an Atlantic City vacation package today!
  • Lucy the Elephant

    Lucy in the sky with… tusks? Visit Lucy, for a quick, quirky, fun little trip that is sure to make an impression on the whole family. Lucy, the Elephant, created in 1881, is a wooden and tin designed elephant that rises six-stories into above the ground about five miles south of Atlantic City in Margate City. James V. Lafferty built Lucy to attract tourism and to promote real estate sales and was initially called Elephant Bazaar. Lucy is actually the oldest surviving roadside monument and tourist attraction in the United States.
  • The Steel Pier

    Atlantic City is home to the 1,000-foot long amusement park called The Steel Pier constructed in 1898 on the pier at the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk in New Jersey. Featuring rides and amusements, concerts, and exhibitions, The Steel Pier was one of the most popular U.S. destinations from the 1900s through the 1970s. It was once billed as the Showplace of the Nation, and at its peak reaches a length of 2,298 feet. Visit one of the most popular family-friendly attractions in Atlantic City.

Nightlife and entertainment in Atlantic City, NJ

  • Fine dining

    Over the decades, Atlantic City may seem to rise and fall with the tide in popularity and prosperity, but one thing that has never receded is the food scene. With the rise of the modern luxury casinos, the city has seen an influx of celebrity chefs, like Gordon Ramsey or Bobby Flay, elevate the fine dining experience even more. Speaking of celebrity chefs: at James Beard-winning, Iron Chef-winning, Michael Symon’s Angeline at Borgata, your taste-buds will be winning. Also add Cafe 2825, Chef Vola’s, Il Mulino, Knife & Fork Inn, Girasole, and Dock’s Oyster House to your tasting menu.
  • Club/dancing

    When the sun goes down in the city and sunshine has left the bay, the volume goes up in Atlantic City. Dazzling light shows, dancing, drinks, and DJs shine as bright at the sun all night, every night. You can find a party from sundown to sunup where you gotta, gotta get up to get down. Sweat it out at HQ2, where they host global DJs and celebrity sightings. Go retro with 70’s & 80’s inspired Boogie Nights. The party rarely ever stops at The Pool Party After Dark. Premier at Borgata and Kiss Kiss are too good to miss.
  • Casinos

    For luxury casino hotel resort and spa vacation Atlantic City, New Jersey has it all. Caesars Atlantic City is like Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, themed after ancient Greece and ancient Rome. Opened since 1979, Caesars is AC’s second casino ever built. Originally called Caesars Boardwalk Regency, the 124,720 square foot casino is one of the largest in AC with over 3,400 slot machines. The casino is home to a new parking garage and hotel tower. For shopping, you can visit the casino’s newly constructed Playground Pier. Other notable casinos include Hard Rock Casino Hotel, Ocean Casino Resort, and Resorts Casino Hotel.
Bright lights, grand casinos, and the famous boardwalk set the scene for a thrilling Atlantic City vacation package with Southwest Vacations®. When the warm weather rolls in, families can enjoy several golf courses, local beaches, parasailing, fishing, and much more. Fun-filled days and nights aren’t hard to find in Atlantic City. Simply stroll the boardwalk and enjoy a variety of attractions and dining experiences. Don’t forget to enjoy some saltwater taffy, Atlantic City’s specialty!