Steel Pier is an amusement park that is a complete family package. Founded in 1898, it has entertained generations of kids with attractive rides and exciting games ever since. Likewise, adults find the extreme rides, cool arcades, and mouth-watering food too tempting to miss.
This iconic lighthouse is 171ft. tall with a staircase of 228 steps. Once you reach the top, the strategic view of the surroundings is breath-taking. Visitors are drawn to this place as the exterior is a convenient spot for picnics and gatherings.
Caesars Atlantic City
Caesars Atlantic City is a Roman-themed hotel with a casino and spa. The famous Atlantic City Boardwalk is a measly 5-min walk away. The hotel itself is bustling with energy as visitors crowd the casinos and splurge on the various amenities like exotic restaurants and night clubs.
World War I Memorial
The memorial was built in 1922 to commemorate the lost soldiers of WWI. This historically relevant site is located at the juncture of South Albany, O’Donnell Parkway and Ventnor Avenues. The rotunda building consists of a nine foot marvellous bronze statue called Liberty in Distress.
Surf Stadium was built in 1998 for the home baseball team Atlantic City Surf. However, the stadium which can seat 5,500 fans has been intermittently closed since 2009, with some events and music concerts taking place in 2011 and 2012. Currently, renovation work is being carried out with hopes of opening the stadium soon.