ATLANTIC CITY - A TIME FOR CHANGE, A BLACK HISTORY TOUR : Available For Groups
Learn the Important Role Played by Residents of Atlantic City's Northside Neighborhood. Departs from historic St. James AME Church on Arctic/New York Avenues then passes by Harold Brown Park, Club Harlem, Soul Food Joints, Carnegie Library, Civil Rights Garden, Chicken Bone Beach Sites, and Many More Spots before ending at historic Boardwalk Hall.
ATLANTIC CITY - DUCKTOWN DISTRICT REVITALIZATION TOUR : Available For Groups
Learn about the history of Atlantic City's "Little Italy" and efforts to remake the neighborhood. Departs from outside Noyes Arts Garage then heads past the White House Sub Shop Corner, Columbus Statue, Historic 500 Club Site, Dante Hall/St. Michael's Church, Ducktown Tavern, Dock's Oyster House, and Many More Spots, concluding at historic Our Lady Star of the Sea.
ATLANTIC CITY - WWI TO KOREA, A VETERANS HERITAGE TOUR : Available For Groups
Learn the Important Role Played by Local Veterans and Atlantic City Itself over Three Wars. Departs from World War One Memorial then passes by AC Civil War Memorial, Olde Atlantic City Mosaic Mural, Ocean Club Public Art, Historic Ritz-Carlton Condominium, World War Two Camp Boardwalk Plaque, and Many More Spots before ending at NJ Korean War Memorial.
ATLANTIC CITY- WE ARE LOOKING INTO A FEW NEW TOURS AROUND AC FOR 2024
TOUR ROUTES STILL BEING FINALIZED, CHECK BACK NEXT SUMMER FOR UPDATES!
ATLANTIC CITY - LOUISA MACK'S AC, AN LGBT HERITAGE TOUR : Available For Groups
Learn about Louisa Mack and the LGBT Nightlight in Atlantic City from the 1920s to Today.
Departs from AC Civil Rights Garden then passes by The Surfside, Brass Rail/Studio Six, Pro Arts Bldg, Snake Alley Entrance, Entertainer's Club Site, Saratoga Site/Bourre, Lark Inn/Val's/Lyle's/Chester and Many More Spots before ending at Park Place LGBT Beach.
ATLANTIC CITY - TRUMP'S GAMBLING HERITAGE TOUR : Email or call to set tour day/time
Learn about Donald Trump's Career in Atlantic City on our Famous Election Year 2016 Tour, described in the Boston Globe & Philadelphia Inquirer. Departs from Boardwalk at Hard Rock then passes by Steel Pier, Resorts, Rotary Plaza, Casino Control, Mayflower Hotel, Heartwalk, and Many More Spots as we discuss AC since the 1970s, concluding at historic Trump Plaza.
ATLANTIC CITY - BEACHES & BUILDINGS TOUR : Please email or call to set tour day/time
Departs from Boardwalk near historic Knife and Fork then heads past Dunes to Ocean as "Special Guest Guide" Nucky Johnson discusses Local Ecology & Coastal Erosion before passing by Boardwalk Cats, Beach Bungalows, Fireproof Warehouse, Old Hilton, Ocean Club, Trop, and Many More Spots discussing AC's Rise & Fall, concluding at historic Ritz-Carlton.
ATLANTIC CITY - GHOSTS OF OLD AC TOUR: Available For Groups From $195 Per Couple
Led by the "Ghost" of Boss Nucky Johnson, This Tour Explores The Dark Side Of AC History.
Departs from the Boardwalk outside Steel Pier then heads past Empty Lots and Bulldozed Hotels, while discussing Jeremiah Leeds and the Jersey Devil, Jonathon Pitney, Gangsters, Post-WWII Decline, Closed Casinos, and Many More Topics, concluding at old Trump Plaza.
ATLANTIC CITY - CHELSEA TEMPLES, A JEWISH HERITAGE TOUR : Coming Spring 2023
TOUR ROUTE STILL BEING FINALIZED, CHECK BACK NEXT SPRING FOR UPDATES!
COMING IN 2023
ATLANTIC CITY - NUCKY'S EMPIRE TOUR : Available For Groups From $195 Per Couple
Led by "Special Guest Guide" Nucky Johnson, Prohibition Era Political Boss and Gangster. Departs from Boardwalk near historic Ritz-Carlton then passes by arcades, restaurants, Boardwalk Hall, Million Dollar Pier, Warner Theater, James Candy Factory, Heartwalk, and Many More Spots while discussing Nucky's Empire before ending at the historic Irish Pub.
COMING IN 2024
ATLANTIC CITY - BOARDWALK HERITAGE TOUR : Please email or call to set up a tour day/time
Departs from historic Boardwalk Hall then passes by JFK Plaza, Rainforest Cafe, Chicken Bone Beach, Caesar's Playground, Warner Theater, Bally's, Fralinger's, Korean War Memorial, Brighton Park, Claridge, Carnegie Library, Madison Hotel, Irene's, James Candy, Ripley's Believe It Or Not, Police & Fire Memorial, Irish Pub, and Many More Spots before concluding at historic Central Pier.