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Atlantic City Fact Sheets


Atlantic City Shopping

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Shopping has taken its place aside gaming as a must-do pastime. High-end establishments, name-brand outlets and traditional Boardwalk options now abound.

 

  • Providing the area's largest selection of quality gear for hunting, fishing, camping, boating, and more, Atlantic City’s Bass Pro Shops also features a wide variety of wildlife mounts and a large aquarium. A unique experience for the entire family.

    (609) 449-4500


  • Central Square is located where Central Avenue meets Route 9 in Linwood. With everything from fine cigars to jewelry and clothing boutiques, this shopping center is one of the area’s most popular places to shop.

    (609) 926-1000; www.shopcentralsquare.com


  • Consumer Square, located on Wrangleboro Road in Hamilton Township, has everything from Old Navy to Manhattan Bagel and boasts big names like Target, Best Buy, Staples and Kohl’s.

    (609) 645-8455


  • Hamilton Commons, located on the Black Horse Pike in Hamilton Township, is the talk of the town, boasting stores like Marshalls, Ross, Chuck E Cheese, Five Below and Regal Movie Theatre.

    (609) 645-8555


  • Hamilton Mall, located in Mays Landing, is the largest indoor mall in all of Atlantic and Cape May Counties. The mall boasts more than 140 stores, a restaurant, an international food court and an indoor play area.

    (609) 646-8326; www.shophamilton.com


  • The Quarter at Tropicana, located off of Pacific Avenue in Atlantic City, offers a large array of shops including White House/Black Market, Edwin Pearl, Swarovski, A Time for Wine and TUMI.

    (800) THE TROP; www.tropicana.net


  • The Playground Pier at Caesars is a high-end retail, dining and entertainment complex across the Boardwalk from Caesars Atlantic City. Elite retailers include Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Burberry and Tiffany & Co.

    (609) 345 3100; www.playgroundpierac.com


  • Tanger Outlets The Walk is a 15-city block retail and dining district between the Boardwalk and the Atlantic City Convention Center and includes Coach, Polo, Aldo, H&M, Nike, Pandora and Michael Kors just to name a few.

    (609) 343-0081; www.tangeroutlet.com


  • Atlantic Avenue in Atlantic City offers a plethora of establishments including hair salons and barber shops, ethnic eateries, Game Stop, a furniture store, pharmacies and much more.

  • The Atlantic City Boardwalk and casinos are also great spots to shop. They offer everything from jewelry and designer clothing to the classic Boardwalk T-shirt and souvenir shops.


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