We wish you were here too, but while we are all staying safe at home with our families, here are some virtual puzzles of iconic landmarks in Atlantic City that will help pass the time.
Atlantic City Convention Center
The Atlantic City Convention Center is located within a few hours' drive of nearly one third of the nation's population and 20 percent of the country's business addresses, the Atlantic City Convention Center has become a favorite location for conventions, trade shows and meeting planners. The Atlantic City Convention Center provides 486,600 contiguous square feet of exhibit space, as well as 45 meeting rooms featuring an extra 109,100 square feet, ample pre-function space, and all the amenities you would expect.
Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall
Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall, formerly known as Atlantic City Convention Hall is Atlantic City’s first convention center that was built in 1929. Home of the Miss America Pageant, it played host to the city’s growing convention industry. Boardwalk Hall has hosted an amazing list of dazzling entertainers and knockout sporting events throughout its 85 year history. When in town, make it a point to tour the pipe organ inside Boardwalk Hall that is a national historic landmark built in the late 1920s.
Historic, wooden and seven miles long; The Atlantic City Boardwalk continues to attract visitors from all around the world as they create their story with everlasting memories. Stroll the wooden way by foot, bicycle, the legendary rolling chair or watch the tram car please!
Bask in the glowing sun, take a dip in the Atlantic Ocean or stroll along the white sandy beach to find the perfect seashell. At the famous and FREE beaches of Atlantic City, adventure is on the horizon. Surf lessons, kayaking, windsurfing, parasailing - whatever you’re in the mood for…Atlantic City’s got it!
The Wheel at Steel Pier
The third largest Wheel in the United States lights up the ever-changing skyline of Atlantic City and offers sweeping views. Pro tip: Purchase tickets for a sunset ride so you can catch beautiful cotton candy skies.
The majestic Absecon Lighthouse stands at 171 feet tall and boasts as New Jersey’s tallest lighthouse. Climb until you can’t climb anymore because the 228 steps are worth the views at the top.
We hope by completing these virtual puzzles, it will give you joy and reminisce on memories you have made in our seaside destination. Be safe and stay connected, experiences await here...