AC Walking Tour Series

AC Walking tours

The AC Walking Tour Series allows participants to actively experience the historical landmarks, events, prominent figures, and sub-cultures of Atlantic City. Our guided tours - created and led by Atlantic City Historian and Stockton Adjunct Professor Dr. Levi Fox - will explore different neighborhoods and perspectives across the city. Bring your walking shoes, sun block, and water bottle, as each tour will cover between 2 to 3 miles of parks, city streets, and the boardwalk. Beginning in Summer 2022, the Chelsea Economic Development Corporation and the Ducktown Community Development Corporation have provided sponsorships to the AC Walking Tours to help reduce the costs of the tours for local residents.  Please show your support of our sponsors by supporting local businesses in the Chelsea and Ducktown Neighborhoods.  

AC Walking Tour Price: $10 each tour

Fall 2022 Atlantic City Walking Tours

Dates: Fridays, October 14, 28 and Nov 4, 2022

  • Tour #1 - Oct 14, 2022  - Lower Chelsea Tour

  • Tour #2 - Oct 28, 22 -  Northside Heritage Tour 

  • Tour #3 - Nov 4, 22 - Ducktown Revitalization Tour


Time:  Noon to 2:00 p.m. 
Starting Points: Various Locations, Atlantic City, NJ (see below)

Individual Tour Details and Registration Information: 


Tour #1 - Friday, October 14, 2022: Lower Chelsea Neighborhood Tour 

Starting in the historic Chelsea Neighborhood at the Stockton Atlantic City Campus, this tour will feature the Jewish Heritage of the neighborhood including synagogue, a tailor shop, a union headquarters, and more. 

  • Starting, Ending, and Parking Location: Stockton Atlantic City Academic Building 3711 Atlantic Ave, Atlantic City, NJ 

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Tour #2 - Friday, October 28, 2022: Northside Heritage Tour

Atlantic City’s “Northside” has historically been a predominant African American neighborhood founded prior to the Great Migration. This “city within a city” was originally a result of racial segregation and featured important businesses, professionals, hotels, night clubs and schools owned and operated by African Americans. This tour will visit historical landmarks such as Kentucky Avenue, New York Avenue, St. James AME, and the Civil Rights Garden.

  • Starting, Ending, and Parking Location: St. James AME Church 101 N. New York Ave, Atlantic City, NJ


Tour #3 - Friday, November 4, 2022: Ducktown Revitalization Tour

The historic neighborhood of “Ducktown”, once known as AC’s “Little Italy”, is now known for its budding art scene, great restaurants and “The Walk” shopping mall. Our tour will focus on local markets, churches, current cultural flair, and revitalization efforts taking place between Missouri and Texas Ave. Notable sites include: The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University, Dante Hall, White House Sub Shop, Dock Oyster House and the Historic 500 Club site.

  • Starting and Ending Location: The Noyes Arts Garage at Stockton University 2200 Fairmount Ave, Atlantic City, Nj
  • Paid Parking Location: “The Wave” Parking Garage, 2200 Fairmount Ave, AC ($4 cash parking fee)
  • Additional Free Parking: “The Walk” Surface Parking Lot, 2301 Fairmount Ave, Atlantic City




Ducktown CDC

Chelsea EDC

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