Atlantic City
THE ENTERTAINMENT CAPITAL
OF THE JERSEY SHORE
Atlantic City
THE ENTERTAINMENT CAPITAL
OF THE JERSEY SHORE
Atlantic City
THE ENTERTAINMENT CAPITAL
OF THE JERSEY SHORE
Atlantic City
THE ENTERTAINMENT CAPITAL
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Atlantic City

THE ENTERTAINMENT CAPITAL OF THE JERSEY SHORE

Getting here

Located in the heart of the heavily-populated Northeast corridor, Atlantic City is conveniently accessible to tens of millions of potential visitors by planes, trains and automobiles.

by Air 

Getting to Atlantic City has never been easier. Located just a short drive from downtown, Atlantic City International Airport offers direct and connecting daily flights to many popular destinations throughout the United States, Mexico, Caribbean and Central America.

Spirit Airlines offers year-round non-stop flights to Tampa, Orlando, Fort Myers, Fort Lauderdale, Myrtle Beach and West Palm Beach. Spirit Airlines also offers seasonal non-stop flights to Detroit, Chicago, Boston and Atlanta. Air Canada now offers seasonal flights between Atlantic City International Airport and Toronto, Ontario. Philadelphia International Airport is also just a short one hour drive west via the Atlantic City Expressway.

by Car 

The Atlantic City Expressway, White Horse Pike (Route 30) and Black Horse Pike (Route 322/40) offer quick and convenient highway access to Atlantic City when hitting the open road. Parking is available at all casino hotel parking garages for a nominal fee. Dozens of surface pay parking lots are located throughout the city. The Wave parking garage, located at the foot of the Atlantic City Expressway on the corner of Mississippi and Fairmount avenues, offers 1,180 spaces in the heart of downtown Atlantic City.

by Rail 

Rail service to and from Atlantic City is provided by NJ Transit, which arrives at the rail terminal adjacent to the Atlantic City Convention Center. NJ Transit rail service to Atlantic City is conveniently accessible daily via Amtrak through Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station. NJ Transit also offers bus service to its terminal located at Atlantic and Ohio avenues from New York City, Philadelphia and other major cities.

Getting here

Located in the heart of the heavily-populated Northeast corridor, Atlantic City is conveniently accessible to tens of millions of potential visitors by planes, trains and automobiles.

by Air 

Getting to Atlantic City has never been easier. Located just a short drive from downtown, Atlantic City International Airport offers direct and connecting daily flights to many popular destinations throughout the United States, Mexico, Caribbean and Central America.

Spirit Airlines offers year-round non-stop flights to Tampa, Orlando, Fort Myers, Fort Lauderdale, Myrtle Beach and West Palm Beach. Spirit Airlines also offers seasonal non-stop flights to Detroit, Chicago, Boston and Atlanta. Air Canada now offers seasonal flights between Atlantic City International Airport and Toronto, Ontario. Philadelphia International Airport is also just a short one hour drive west via the Atlantic City Expressway.

by Car 

The Atlantic City Expressway, White Horse Pike (Route 30) and Black Horse Pike (Route 322/40) offer quick and convenient highway access to Atlantic City when hitting the open road. Parking is available at all casino hotel parking garages for a nominal fee. Dozens of surface pay parking lots are located throughout the city. The Wave parking garage, located at the foot of the Atlantic City Expressway on the corner of Mississippi and Fairmount avenues, offers 1,180 spaces in the heart of downtown Atlantic City.

by Rail 

Rail service to and from Atlantic City is provided by NJ Transit, which arrives at the rail terminal adjacent to the Atlantic City Convention Center. NJ Transit rail service to Atlantic City is conveniently accessible daily via Amtrak through Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station. NJ Transit also offers bus service to its terminal located at Atlantic and Ohio avenues from New York City, Philadelphia and other major cities.

Atlantic City is within driving distance to 40% of the nation’s population!

AC Numbers

25 million: Number of visitors who traveled to Atlantic City in 2014.

332,950: Number of attendees who witnessed world-class entertainment and shows at historic Boardwalk Hall in 2014.

134,628: Number of visitor room nights used at Atlantic City hotels in 2014.

8: Number of casino properties operating in Atlantic City.

14,000: Total number of hotel rooms in Atlantic City at gaming and non-gaming properties.

Nearly 100: Total number of outlet stores at Tanger Outlets The Walk

Just over 4 miles: Length of the Atlantic City Boardwalk. 83: Number of restaurants that participated in the 4th Annual Atlantic City Restaurant Week in March 2014.

Experience AC

Boardwalk
Nightlife
Sport and Recreation
Dining
Shopping

2017 CALANDER AT A GLANCE

January
  • New Year’s Celebrations
  • Beer and Bacon Week
  • Indoor Auto Racing
February
  • Progressive AC Boat Show
  • Wine Tasting Art Show
  • AC Fashion Week
  • AC Home & Garden Show
  • South Jersey’s Men R’ Cookin’
  • AC RV & Camping Show
  • AC Classic Car Show and Auction
  • Mardi Gra
  • Vaalentine’s Day
March
  • Garden State Film Festival
  • AC Restaurant Week
  • Maxwell Football Club’s National Awards Gala
  • AC Beer and Music Festival
  • St. Patrick’s Day Parade
  • ACCC Restaurant Gala
April
  • April Fools Half Marathon/7K/11K Run
  • Somers Point Bayfest
May
  • Annual Atlantic City Host & Spirit of Hospitality Awards Banquet
  • Annual Mother’s Day Music Festival
  • Atlantic City Boardwalk CON
  • Shop Rite LPGA Classic Golf Tournament
June
  • Atlantic City Boardwalk Beer Festival
  • Atlantic City Veterans Offshore Grand Prix
  • Annual Chefs at the Shore
  • BeachGlow Music Festival
  • Challenge Atlantic City Triathlon
July
  • Entertainment Capital of the Jersey Shore Fireworks Spectacular
  • Sand Blast Weekend
  • Atlantic City Food and Wine Festival
  • Chicken Bone Beach Jazz Series
  • Movies Under the Stars outdoor movies
  • Atlantic City Farmers Market
August
  • Annual Atlantic City’s “Salute to the Armed Forces” Parade
  • The Color Run • Atlantic County 4-H Fair
  • Movies Under the Stars outdoor movies
  • Atlantic City Farmers Market
  • RNS Show House at the Shore
  • Chicken Bone Beach Jazz Series
  • Insane Inflatable 5K
September
  • Atlantic City Airshow
  • Miss America Pageant
  • Miss America Parade
  • BMW Car Club Oktoberfest Autocross
  • Atlantic City Seafood Festival
  • Atlantic City In-Water Power Boat Show
  • Miss’d America Pageant
October
  • Atlantic City Marathon
  • Atlantic City Fall RV & Camping Show
November
  • Atlantic City Tattoo Expo
  • Savor Borgata
  • The Beard and Mustache Championship of the Universe
  • Atlantic City National College Fair
December
  • Atlantic City’s Annual Winter Wonderland
  • Tropicana’s Annual Running of the Santas
Atlantic City

NEW PROJECTS & DEVELOPMENTS

The Playground

500,000-square-foot live music, dining and shopping complex on the ocean

Boardwalk Extension/Repair

The world famous Atlantic City Boardwalk will be extended to the Historic Gardner’s Basin Area

The Steel Pier

Is building a mammoth 200-foot Ferris Wheel

Borgata Casino and Resort

$50 million renovation project including the new Premier Nightclub, and a spectacular outdoor pool

Tropicana Casino and Resort

$35 million renovation project including a high tech light and sound show

Harrah’s Casino and Resort

$126 million water front state-of-the-art convention center

Resorts Casino and Hotel

$9.4 million expansion project to create more convention and meeting space

Stockton University

South Jersey building a 14-acre college campus

Historic Gardner’s Basin

$50 million expansion comparing to Baltimore Inner Harbor

Taj Mahal Casino Hotel

Officially purchased by developer Carl Ichan with $100 million in renovations proposed

The Walk/Tanger Outlets

Announced a $15 million expansion

Polercoaster

The world’s largest vertical roller coaster

Showboat Casino

Purchased by developer Bert Blatstein for development of a new casino/hotel/entertainment property

Revel

Purchased by developer Glen Straub. Plans are in place to reopen the casino and resort by this summer

Events

Beach Concerts, Art Shows, Miss America, Seafood Festival and more

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