Coming from New York City, New England, Washington D.C., Or Philadelphia


More than 30 million people visit Atlantic City every year to take advantage of the boardwalks, casinos, restaurants, shows, nightlife, shopping and water sports. Located near the tip of New Jersey, Atlantic City is easily accessible by car, plane or train and receives the highest volume of visitors from June to August. Whether you are traveling down from New York or New England or up from Philadelphia or Washington DC, there is a train that can bring you to there.

From Philadelphia

Step 1: Go to the 30th St. NJ Transit train station in Philadelphia.

Step 2: Catch the Atlantic City Line train straight into Atlantic City.

NOTE: Approximately a dozen trains are scheduled on this route daily, departing every hour during rush hours and every two hours during off-peak times. The trip takes about an hour and a half, depending on conditions.

From New York

Option 1: Hop aboard the Atlantic City Express Service train from New York Penn Station to Atlantic City. The train takes approximately three hours and makes one stop in Newark Penn Station.

Option 2: Take the Amtrak train from New York Penn Station to Philadelphia 30th St St. stop, then take the Atlantic City Line into Atlantic City.

Option 3: Alternatively, take the NJ Transit New England Corridor Line from New York Penn Station to Trenton, NJ. Then take the SEPTA train to Philadelphia 30th St. Lastly, take the NJ Transit Atlantic City Line.

From New England

Step 1: Catch the Acela Express Line or the Amtrak Northeast Regional Line from Boston to Philadelphia. Or, take the Amtrak Vermonter Line from St. Albans, Vt. to Philadelphia.

Step 2: Climb aboard the NJ Transit Atlantic City Line from Philadelphia to Atlantic City.

From Washington, D.C.

Step 1: Take the Amtrak Northeast Regional Line from Union Station in Washington, D.C., Williamsburg, Va., or Baltimore, Md. into Philadelphia.

Step 2: Climb aboard the NJ Transit Atlantic City Line from Philadelphia to Atlantic City.

Warnings:

Train schedules, prices and availability are subject to change and vary depending on weather, time of day and season. The ACES train is only available from Friday to Sunday.

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