Margate City is a city in Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city's population was 6,354, reflecting a decline of 1,839 (-22.4%) from the 8,193 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 238 (-2.8%) from the 8,431 counted in the 1990 Census.
Restaurants in Margate City
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Creative and fun vinyasa yoga classes to challenge and unify the body, mind and spirit. Classes pay careful attention to alignment in and out of postures and each student is encouraged to have a playful spirit. "Zen is to have the heart and soul of a child."
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Stacey's Surf and Stand Up Paddle Camps, in Margate New Jersey, are designed to inspire new surfers and paddlers to have fun while learning these challenging and exciting water sports. The Camps focus on empowering each participant with the proper skills, ocean knowledge, safety awareness and self confidence in a supportive, friendly, fun environment. We teach to your individual skill level and h
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We have been going to this GREAT place for decades. They have the best chocolate and also an amazing assortment of all homemade milk and dark candies that they make themselves. It is a ‘cash only’ store so bring plenty of it because every time I go I feel like “A KID IN A CANDY STORE” and who doesn’t like that feeling!! They also carry other fun items and other pre-packaged candy. Have fun.
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Originally named Elephant Bazaar, this six-story elephant-shaped building was built in 1881 by James V. Lafferty, Jr. in hopes of selling parcels of land located on the beach in Margate, NJ. Over the years, this unique structure has served many purposes -- most notably as a tourist attraction. Today, Lucy the Elephant is recognized as the Oldest Roadside Attraction in America and has been declared a National Historic Landmark. There is no charge to visit the site or to shop in the Gift Shop; however, visitors wishing to go inside the elephant must purchase admission tickets to the Guided Tour. Guided Tours through the elephant structure occur every half-hour during business hours, with the last tour of the day beginning 30 minutes prior to closing. Cost of Admission: $8.50 Adults (ages 13 and up) $4.00 Children (ages 3-12) And don't forget to shop our Gift Shop for all of your elephant-themed items, including one-of-a-kind Lucy the Elephant souvenirs available nowhere else!
My three boy and my wife and I visited Lucy this past weekend. We were thrilled to be able to visit the country's oldest extant roadside attraction. This history is absolutely amazing. My kids loved it and we enjoyed our visit. It was first class. We used a Groupon, too, which saved us about $10. But well worth it even at full retail.
Visit Margate's Memory Lane! The Margate Historical Society Museum is filled with artifacts and documents illustrating how South Atlantic City, later renamed the City of Margate City, grew up out of the sand. Learn about the institutions, business and people who helped Margate grow and thrive. Call for up-to-date hours.
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