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A1 Tours LLC
Atlantic City Region

A1 Tours offers tours of historic attractions in the Atlantic City and southern NJ area. The "Family Fun Day," "Ultimate Wine & Dine," the "Sightseers/Shoppers Delight " and the "Nature & Eco" tours are certain to delight the entire family. Leaving from Brighton Park in Atlantic City (where Park Place meets the Boardwalk). With A1 Tours, you can leave the driving to us.
A1 Tours LLC
Absecon Lighthouse\ IPPA
31 S. Rhode Island Avenue

New Jersey's tallest lighthouse and the country's third tallest lighthouse! In 1993, the Inlet Public/Private Association adopted the Lighthouse as a symbol of the rebirth of the Inlet section of town. The restoration of the Absecon Lighthouse was completed in 1999, followed by the reconstruction of the Keeper's Dwelling in 2001.The third and final phase, the restoration of the 2-acre site was completed in 2003. Funded by grants from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority & NJ Department of Transportation's Transportation Enhancement Program, the site work phase restored many characteristic features of the historic grounds. Now visitors can enjoy strolling the 2-acre property, visiting the Keeper's Cottage museum and gift shop, and climbing the 228 steps to the top of the lighthouse. Keepers are on duty and share with visitors the magnificent 360 view of the Jersey shore, and the magnificent 1854 First-Order Fresnel lens in the lantern above.
Absecon Lighthouse\ IPPA
AC Boardwalk Rolling Chairs, LLC
Boardwalk

The rolling chair was introduced in the 1880s and was the only vehicle permitted on the Boardwalk at the time. It was once a sign of luxury for vacationers to ride in a rolling chair. A ride in a rolling chair on the Boardwalk is a great way to get to a particular destination or to relax and enjoy a scenic tour. Rates are charged by the block or amount of time traveled and do not include tip.
AC Boardwalk Rolling Chairs, LLC
Atlantic City Cruises
Historic Gardner's Basin

Hop aboard Atlantic City Cruises' flagship vessel Cruisn' 1 for daily sightseeing adventures in the waters around Atlantic City. Visit with our resident bottle-nosed dolphin on our Dolphin Watching Adventure, or enjoy a calm back bay Happy Hour cruise in the evening.

Daily cruises are offered May through October departing from Historic Gardner's Basin. "Sea" ya soon! Just don't miss the boat!

Private parties and corporate outings too! Visit our web site for more information and our sailing schedule.
Atlantic City Cruises
Atlantic City Trolley Tours
821 Shunpike Rd.

Fully-guided sightseeing trolley tours showcase the region's exciting attractions. Delightful tours feature stops at the Absecon Lighthouse, Atlantic City Aquarium, James Saltwater Taffy Factory, Cape May and more.Customized group tours available. Tours are operated by the Great American Trolley Company. Rent a trolley for your event and ride in style!
Atlantic City Trolley Tours
B & K Bike Rental, Inc.
N. Carolina Ave & Boardwalk

Tour the boardwalk by riding a bike. Adult and children bikes, baby seats, tandem and safety helmets are available for rent.

Saturday and Sunday -7:30am - Noon.

Memorial Day till Labor Day 6:45am-Noon. Every day.

Call 609-344-8008 to confirm open locations. ID and/or deposit required.

B & K Bike Rental, Inc.
Bellview Winery
150 Atlantic St.

A hidden gem in the heart of the Southern NJ countryside. This award-winning winery offers over 25 distinctive, all grown right on estate. Tasting is available seven days a week, all year round, plus countless great events to join in on. Come visit us today and see just what makes New Jersey a great place to drink wine in.
Bellview Winery
Boardwalk Tram Service
114 S. New York Avenue

Experience a scenic and historical view of the AC Boardwalk. It's both fun for the family and friendly for the environment. The trams begin at Taj Mahal and go as far as Tropicana, passing Steele Pier, Boardwalk Hall, and much more along the way.
Boardwalk Tram Service
Cape May Whale Watcher
1218 Wilson Drive

The largest and fastest whale and dolphin watcher in NJ and the only boat to guarantee marine mammal sighting. We sail daily in season, 10am and 6:30pm for a 2-hour dolphin watch and 1pm for a 3-hour whale/dolphin watch. Call to reserve. Walk in's welcome.
Cape May Whale Watcher
Great American Trolley Company
821 Shunpike Road

Atlantic City's favorite trolley company featuring beautiful Victorian trackless trolleys for convention shuttles, tours and events. Professional site management and tour guides.
Great American Trolley Company
Historic Organ Restoration Committee, Inc.
2314 Pacific Ave.

Free Daily Recital & Tour

Monday - Friday at 12:00 noon. 1/2 hour recital and 1/2 hour tour. Available June - September. Wednesday noon recitals available year round, except for holidays.

Free Behind the Scenes Tour

Every Wednesday at 10:00 AM. Specialty 2-hour tour giving an extremely detailed history and guided tour through areas of the building normally closed to the public. Available year-round, except for holidays.

Historic Organ Restoration Committee is a 501c3 chartered by the state of New Jersey for the restoration and preservation of the two pipe organs of Historic Boardwalk Hall. In addition to the actual physical restoration of the instruments, HORC seeks to educate and increase awareness of the unique importance of these instruments as irreplaceable national treasures through programming and tours throughout the year. The large organ (main auditorium) is the world’s largest musical instrument, the smaller instrument (Adrian Phillips Theater) is one uniquely suited to the interpretation of silent film.

HORC was formed by the New Jersey Sports and Exhibition Authority on February 13, 2004 for the solicitation of funds for the restoration of the pipe organ(s) of Atlantic City Convention Hall (now Boardwalk Hall). HORC seeks to demonstrate the singular capabilities of the unique musical treasures of Boardwalk Hall and raise awareness for the need for additional funds to complete the project of the restoration of both organs to their original musical capabilities.

16 million dollars is needed over the next 10 years to return both organs to fully functional. Currently, the past several years of work have allowed the first 75% of the Ballroom organ and approximately 25% of the Main Auditorium organ to return to functionality. The use of these instruments for programming such as outlined above, allows us to make people aware of the presence of the instruments within the building. The instruments otherwise are not necessarily visually obvious to guests of Boardwalk Hall as they are enclosed within the walls and ceilings of the building.

The long-range plan of HORC is to complete the restoration of these two instruments and return them to full functionality. At our current rate of funding, we anticipate this to be 2023, but this may change. These instruments are slowly, but surely returning to the daily operations of the building and can be heard in numerous concerts and shows at Boardwalk Hall. HORC will continue to promote an increase of tourist interest and awareness of what has recently best been described as “The Sonic Mt. Rushmore”.

Historic Organ Restoration Committee, Inc.
Historic Smithville - Village Greene
615 E. Moss Mill Road

Historic Smithville & Village Greene is open every day of the year except Christmas. It's a wonderful place to shop and stroll and has a full calendar of family events. Enjoy the views, cafes, restaurants and shoppes. Find a one of a kind gift or just relax and have a great cup of coffee.
Historic Smithville - Village Greene
Jersey Shore Tours
Operating in Atlantic City and Ocean City

Jersey Shore Tours offers walking tours of beaches, buildings, and Boardwalks in Atlantic City and Ocean City. Whichever one of our four regularly scheduled tours you choose to take your'll be sure to laugh and to learn! Special group tours are also available, including Nucky's Seaside Empire and Veterans Heritage Tours of AC as well as our special election year 2016 Donald Trump's Gambling Heritage Tour now through November!

Tickets are $16 ($11 Ages 4-12) * To Reserve A Slot e-mail: Levi@JerseyShoreTours.com or Call (609) 365-2161.

ATLANTIC CITY - BEACHES & BUILDINGS TOUR: Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday at 3:30 PM... Departs from Boardwalk near historic Knife and Fork Inn then heads past Sand Dunes to the Ocean while discussing Local Marine Ecology and Coastal Erosion before passing by the Boardwalk Cats Project, Beach Bungalows, the Fireproof Warehouse, the old Atlantic Club Casino (AKA the AC Hilton), Ocean Club Condos, Chelsea Hotel, The Trop, and Many More Spots while discussing AC's Rise and Fall, finally concluding at historic Ritz-Carlton.

ATLANTIC CITY - BOARDWALK HERITAGE TOUR: Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday at 5:30 PM... Departs from historic Boardwalk Hall then passes by Kennedy Plaza, Pier Shops at Caesars (AKA Ocean One Mall/Million Dollar Pier), Warner Theater, Bally's, Korean War Memorial, Brighton Park, Claridge Casino, Old Sands Site, Madison Hotel, James Candy Co. Factory, Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum, The Irish Pub, Central Pier, Fralinger's, Irene's, Resorts, Trump Taj Mahal, and Many More Spots before coming to an end at the historic Steel Pier.

ATLANTIC CITY - DONALD TRUMP'S GAMBLING HERITAGE TOUR : Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday at 10:30 AM & 1:30 PM THROUGH NOVEMBER... Learn about Donald Trump's Career in Atlantic City on our Special Election Year 2016 Tour. Departs from Boardwalk at Taj Mahal then passes by Steel Pier, Resorts, HBO show display, Rotary Plaza, Casino Control, Heartwalk, Holocaust Memorial, Sands, Bally's, Caesar's, and Many More Spots while discussing AC since the 70s before ending at historic Trump Plaza.

ATLANTIC CITY - WWI TO KOREA, A VETERANS' HERITAGE TOUR : Available By Request... Learn the Important Role Played by Local Veterans and Atlantic City Itself over Three Wars. Departs from Boardwalk near historic Knife and Fork Inn then passes by WWI Memorial, the Fireproof Warehouse, the AC Civil War Memorial, Chelsea Hotel, Ritz-Carlton, Boardwalk Hall, Million Dollar Pier, and Many More Spots before ending at the Korean War Memorial.

ATLANTIC CITY - NUCKY'S SEASIDE EMPIRE HERITAGE TOUR : Available By Request... Led by "Special Guest Guide" Nucky Johnson, Prohibition Era Political Boss and Gangster. Departs from Boardwalk near historic Knife and Fork Inn then passes by Beach Bungalows, the Fireproof Warehouse, Gambling Halls, Speakeasies, Chelsea Hotel, Ritz-Carlton, and Many More Spots while discussing Nucky's Empire before ending at historic Boardwalk Hall.

OCEAN CITY - A TASTE OF THE SHORE TOUR: Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 3:30 PM... Departs from Sixth Street Boardwalk near Beach Volleyball Courts then passes by Gillian's Wonderland Pier, Mini Golf Courses, Seventh Street Surf Shop, Johnson's Popcorn, Kohr Brothers, Waterpark, Fudge Kitchen, Music Pier, Moorlyn Four, Primo Pizza, Shriver's Salt Water Taffy, Strand Five, Mack & Mancos, Hula Grill, Preps Dairy Bar, Playland, Flanders, Air Circus, Surf Mall, and Many More Spots before finally concluding at historic Jilly's Arcade.

OCEAN CITY - NORTH ST. TO FOURTH ST. TOUR: Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 5:30 PM... Departs from the North Street Beach then heads past Sand Dunes to the Ocean while discussing Local Marine Ecology and Coastal Erosion before passing by the Beginning of the Boardwalk, Beach Patrol Station, Brown's Donuts, High End Housing, Fishing Cottages, Preserved Homes, New Condos, and Many More Spots while discussing OC's History from a Native American Site to Hurricane Sandy, finally concluding at historic Life-Saving Station.

Jersey Shore Tours
Lucy The Elephant
9200 Atlantic Ave.

Lucy the Elephant was built by real estate developer, James Lafferty, in 1881, as a gimmick to attract potential buyers to his land holdings along the coast of South Atlantic City (now Margate). Eventually, a popular hotel business was built around Lucy. Presidents and royalty came from around the world to stay at the neighboring Elephant Hotel and climb the stairs to Lucy's howdah. During her history, Lucy has survived hurricanes, ocean floods, and even a fire accidentally started by some inebriated party-goers when she served as a tavern. However, by the 1960's it became apparent there was one disaster Lucy could not overcome - neglect. By that time, the once proud jewel of the South Jersey coast had become an almost hopeless, wretched wreck. Then in 1970, a developer purchased Lucy's land and intended to build a condominium building on the site. The beach and the ocean could stay - but the elephant had to go! To the rescue came the Save Lucy Committee. Within weeks, this small concerned group of ordinary citizens had raised enough money to move the entire decaying structure two blocks away to a new site owned by the city. Thirty years and over 1.5 million dollars later, Lucy was completely restored to her original splendor, inside and out. In 1976, Lucy was designated a National Historic Landmark by the United States government as the oldest surviving example of a unique form of "zoomorphic" architecture, and the oldest "roadside" attraction in America. Today, she stands as the most popular non-gaming attraction in the greater Atlantic City region. She has brought fame to Margate City and is known all over the globe as "The World's Largest Elephant."
Lucy The Elephant
Marine Mammal Stranding Center - Sea Life Museum
3625 Brigantine Blvd.

The Marine Mammal Stranding Center (MMSC) is based in Brigantine, New Jersey and responds to calls for stranded whales, dolphins, seals and sea turtles that wash ashore on New Jersey beaches. The Center houses life-size replicas of many game fish, sea turtles, and marine mammals.
Marine Mammal Stranding Center - Sea Life Museum
Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts
1048 Washington St.

MAC sponsors guided and unguided tours including trolley, walking, house tours, boats, Fisherman's Wharf and US Coast Guard Base along with tours of the Emlen Physick Estate, Cape May's only Victorian house museum and the Cape May Lighthouse.
Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts
Red Baron Tours
Ocean City or Woodbine departures

Red Baron Air Tours provides 1 or 2 passenger sightseeing rides and aerobatic adventures over the NJ coast. Fly in an authentic 1940 WACO UPF-7. The open cockpit allows incredible views from above. You'll wear helmets and goggles similar to those worn by the pilots of the Golden-Era, the Red Baron and Snoopy. Enjoy a gentle ballet of flight that will create lasting memories.
Red Baron Tours
Sharrott Winery
370 S. Egg Harbor Rd.

The winery with a view! Sample award-winning wines in our tasting room, take a tour with a wine maker or enjoy a glass on the patio. Live music, events, festivals and more. Only 25 minutes from Atlantic City via the AC Expressway.
Sharrott Winery
Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen's Museum
120 W. Main Street

A working maritime museum located along the historic Tuckerton Creek, Tuckerton Seaport is only 25-minutes from Atlantic City. The museum celebrates life on the Jersey Shore with many events and activities for all ages and interests. Watch history come alive as docents build boats, carve decoys, discuss clam digging, and more.Open 7-days a week.
Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen's Museum
Wind Farms @ Atlantic County Utilities Authority
Route 30

The Atlantic County Utilities Authority is home to the state’s first commercial wind farm located in Atlantic City.2014 Tours:July 7 - Aug 29 "Open House Tours"Monday and Friday at noon Call 609-272-6950 for more information.
Wind Farms @  Atlantic County Utilities Authority
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