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Atlantic City is known for its sandy beaches, one-of-a-kind boardwalk and glitzy casinos.

Atlantic City’s four miles of white, sandy beach runs along a world-famous Boardwalk lined with shops, casinos, restaurants and amusements. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Steel Pier's ferris wheel is one of the boardwalk's best attractions. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Club Mixx, a nightclub at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Caesar's Atlantic City casino in in Atlantic City. Mary Godleski / AP
The Atlantic City Airshow "Thunder Over The Boardwalk" is one of the city's most popular events. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum, located on Atlantic City’s Boardwalk, features the world’s most unusual, fascinating and bizarre exhibits. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
If the ocean isn't your speed, Atlantic City has options for swimmers who want a bit more luxury. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Rolling Chairs debuted in Atlantic City in 1887. The chairs are now a permanent attraction for visitors. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Absecon Lighthouse Museum, Atlantic City. Richard Cummins / Getty Images
It's not Atlantic City without a little twist and shout. Tim Larsen / AP
Atlantic City Cruises offers daily sightseeing adventures, including dolphin watching, cocktail cruises, private parties and corporate outings. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Enjoy a tour inside Lucy the Elephant or stop in the gift shop for souvenirs. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Walk offers shopping all year long. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
The New Jersey Korean War Memorial was constructed in 2000. Mary Godleski / ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Wind Farm of Atlantic City provides a silhouette for a beautiful sunset. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau.
The famous White House Sub Shop has counted Frank Sinatra and George Clooney among its fans. Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Lights of Freedom at the Trump Taj Mahal as seen on July 26, 2003. Mary Godleski / AP
Tourists run on the beach near casinos in Atlantic City. Jim Watson / AFP - Getty Images