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Atlantic City, NJ Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 95
Total Sleeping Rooms 8,000
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 2,000
Committable Meeting Rooms* 50
Largest Exhibit Space 500,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 63,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $96
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $66
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $367
*Maximum for a single hotel

Atlantic City, NJ Things to Do and Attractions

Absecon Lighthouse

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Built in January of 1857, Absecon Lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse in New Jersey and 3rd tallest in the United States. Just minutes away from the northwestern end of the boardwalk, the lighthouse is open for visitors to ascend its 228 steps and

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Atlantic City Aquarium

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The $4 million, three-story Aquarium and Ocean Life Center houses over 100 varieties of fish and marine life from all over the globe, including a 25,000-gallon exhibit featuring local aquatic life. Guests have the opportunity to visit 14 different

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Atlantic City Historical Museum and Art Center on Garden Pier

Along New Jersey Avenue and the Boardwalk, the historic Garden Pier became famous in the early 20th century for its open-air theater and flower gardens. Today it is the home of both the Art Center and Atlantic City Historical Museum. The Art Center

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Boardwalk Hall

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Atlantic City's original convention center, Boardwalk Hall opened in 1929 as the largest freestanding building in the world, having no support by columns for its arched roof. After its first convention for the National Electric Light Association

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Ripley's Believe It or Not at Atlantic City

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Located on the Boardwalk and New York Avenue, the Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum is one of the most interesting places on the boardwalk, as well as the oldest such "odditorium" in the world. Exhibits range from the creative a life-sized statue of

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Steel Pier

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Originally opened in 1898, Steel Pier was Atlantic City's hotspot during the 1920s and 1950s, attracting big name entertainers such as Charlie Chaplin, the Three Stooges, Frank Sinatra and Mae West. Thousands of visitors flocked to the pier daily,

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The Links at Brigantine Beach

For a great golf course set in a beautiful seaside location, look no further than the Links at Brigantine Beach. Located just over the bridge north of Atlantic City on the barrier island of Brigantine, it is one of the east coast's best Scottish

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Cuba Libre Restaurant and Rum Bar

Located at Tropicana Casino and Resort, the Cuba Libre offers the atmosphere and ambiance of old Havana in the heart of Atlantic City. Helmed by award-winning chef Guillermo Pernot, the restaurant offers diners a chance to experience the sultry

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Dock's Oyster House

One of the oldest family owned restaurants in Atlantic City, Dock's Oyster House has been owned and operated by the Dougherty family since 1897. For true historic Atlantic City character and arguably the freshest seafood around, guests need look no

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The Old Homestead Steakhouse at the Borgata

The original Homestead, a staple of the Manhattan Meatpacking District for over 135 years, opened a second location in the Borgata Resort Casino in Atlantic City. A must-stop location, the restaurant claims specialties in four major food groups:

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