Absecon Island To AC Tour – For Large Groups With Transportation
Learn the history of Absecon Island from the time of the Unalachtigo Lenni Lenape (The People Who Live Near The Ocean) to the Fall of the Trump Taj Mahal. Departs via pre-arranged Jitney, Trolley, or Mini-Bus from new Hard Rock Casino Exhibits then stops at historic Absecon Lighthouse, Gardner’s Basin, WWI Memorial, Knife & Fork, Boardwalk Hall, Central Pier, and Police & Fire Memorial before walking on the Boardwalk passing by Tenn Ave. Project, Casino Control Commission, Rotary Plaza, and Resorts ending at historic Steel Pier. Includes the history of Ducktown, Inlet, and the Northside.
THE BEST INTRO TO AC – $375 per 20-30 people for 2 ½ hour tour
We Can Create Custom Tours For Any Organization Or Occasion!
For example, in August of 2016 we delivered a special custom tour of the Atlantic City Boardwalk to members of the alumni club of the University of Pennsylvania, whose smiling faces are pictured at left.
In July of 2017 we partnered with event planners and Jitney drivers to offer customized tours of Absecon Island from the lighthouse to Lucy the Elephant that included stops at spots like Marven Gardens.
We are also available for large lectures or for private group dinners, such as an event staged in February of 2018 at the Knife and Fork for a set of international investors interested in Atlantic City history. These are just some examples of the types of customized tours and events that Jersey Shore Tours can help your group to put together.
Customized Tours are available in cities as far away as Philadelphia!
For example, in October of 2016 we were commissioned by the American Association of Candy Technologists to write and conduct a tour focused on the history of the Philadelphia chocolate industry that included a taste test of butter creams, caramels, toffee, and fudge. We began the tour at Lore's Chocolate on 7th Street where we talked about the history of cocoa dating back to Ancient Mexico, stopped at several national monuments such as the President's House (where the group paused for this picture) while discussing the favorite desserts of the founding fathers, and ended up at Shane's Confectionery on Market Street. This 'Philly Founders Sweet Tooth Tour' is now available for large groups by request.