The original, iconic boardwalk in Atlantic City was built in 1870, giving you an idea of the city's extensive history. Make a point to see these neighborhoods as you explore.
- Downtown Atlantic City: At the center of the city you'll be surrounded by high-rise hotels and plenty of glitz. Even if you don't choose to stay downtown, make sure you explore it while you're there.
- Ducktown: With deep Italian roots, Ducktown has managed to stay current as Atlantic City has evolved over the years. Ducktown has a pleasing mixture of residential and commercial properties.
- Chelsea: Bordering Ducktown to the west, Chelsea boasts luxury townhomes that have helped bolster its population. Chelsea is close enough to downtown for convenience, but it has a peaceful feel.