The Places to See in Atlantic City Onboard a Minibus in New Jersey: Part 4

Before we go any further with our recommendations, we should tell you that first time visitors to Atlantic City should first visit the Atlantic City Visitor Welcome Center on the Atlantic City Expressway. This is where you could get maps, as well as tips on getting your trip together. You could easily get help from very professional staff here. Who knows you might get free show tickets or some other treats!

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To continue with this series of tips, here are some more places to visit in Atlantic City!

Boardwalk Hall
2301 Boardwalk

From the best and biggest musical acts that includes such stars as Madonna, Cee Lo Green and Flo Rida, to family shows such as the Chinese acrobatic arts exhibitions and skating tributes, to sporting events and other shows, you can catch them at the Boardwalk Hall. The Boardwalk Hall is comparatively newer than most places here and it shows in their eagerness to please customers by providing them with a better concert going and entertainment experience than other sites in Atlantic City. Be sure to catch the light show!

Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa
777 Harrah's Blvd.
Harrah's Resort Casino

If you are not into gambling or if the noise and lights of the casinos are not to your liking, you can come to the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa to escape. Get a manicure or a facial or melt away your stress with a signature massage in the spa. They have top-notch facilities that are sure to make your visit there really satisfying and relaxing. The Red Door Spa might be a little bit pricey but it is worth every dollar you spend.

Ventnor Pier
Cambridge Avenue & the Boardwalk

If you are looking for a great place to go fishing, then we can recommend Ventnor Pier. A lot of seniors come here for a fun time fishing and you have a lot of good fish cleaning stations. You can also enjoy the cooler air and exceptional views as you fish. Costs $20 to get in.