2100 Pacific Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
All roads lead to Caesars!
Getting to Caesars is a snap no matter where you're coming from. It's a popular destination, so either choose from public transportation or bring your own chariot into town!
From Philadelphia and West:
Exit Pennsylvania Turnpike at Valley Forge Exit 24, onto Schuylkill Expressway (Rt. 76) through Philadelphia to the Walt Whitman Bridge, N/S Freeway to the Atlantic City Expressway and follow directly south towards Atlantic City. Caesars is located at the end of the AC Expressway - on the left side as you enter Atlantic City.
From New York and North:
Major interstate highways connect with the Garden State Parkway South to Exit 38 Atlantic City Expressway. Follow directly south towards Atlantic City. Caesars is located at the end of the AC Expressway - on the left side as you enter Atlantic City.
Hampton Luxury Liner:
Live DirectTV satellite on five flat screen televisions.
FREE Wi-FI internet access.
Personal power outlets in every reclining leather seat.
New 7-day expanded schedules.
Every route will run as scheduled.
New rear snack bar, refrigerator, and library.
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From Baltimore/Washington, D.C. and South:
Take 1-95 to the Walt Whitman Bridge (Philadelphia). N/S Freeway to the Atlantic City Expressway and follow direct to Atlantic City. From Norfolk area, follow Routes 13 and 9 to Cape May-Lewes Ferry, the Garden State Parkway North to the Atlantic City Expressway, follow directly south towards Atlantic City. Caesars is located at the end of the AC Expressway - on the left side as you enter Atlantic City.
Atlantic City Connections from:
Bader Field Airport - 5 minutes
Atlantic City Airport (Pomona) - 20 minutes
Philadelphia International Airport - 1 hour
Newark Airport - 2 ½ hours
John F. Kennedy International Airport - 3 hours
- Washington, D. C. Airport - 4 ½ hours
Philadelphia. PA - 55 miles
New York. NY - 132 miles
Washington, D.C. - 173 miles
Boston, MA - 328 miles
Pittsburgh, PA - 354 miles
NJ Transit Rail runs through all local stops between the Atlantic City Rail Station and Philadelphia's 30th Street Station, connecting to Amtrak's Northeast corridor line.
Caesars welcomes buses seven days a week from the surrounding states.
Overnight Motor Coach:
Caesars accepts overnight motor coaches and groups of more than 20 people.