- TripBuzz discovered 72 different types of activities for couples in the Brigantine area, including Family Fun Center (like The Smile Factory), Beaches (like Brigantine Beach), Surf Shop (like Root Beer Barrel) and Marinas (like Bayside Marina), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 75 date ideas in or near Brigantine, New Jersey, including 71 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ocean City, Atlantic City, Beach Haven and Sea Isle City.
A clean, peaceful beach with life guards, Brigantine Beach offers scenic views and soft white sands. A natural beach without a boardwalk or businesses, Brigantine Beach will appeal most to those looking simply for sun and sea.
Root Beer Barrel is a surf and kayak company that also sells sunglasses, surfboards, kayaks, and hand-painted glass. The company sells surfboards made by companies such as WRV, Surftech, and Global Surf Industries.
An arcade and family amusement complex, The Smile Factory offers an array of entertainment. All games at The Smile Factory are family-friendly, without violence or adult content. Games range from skee ball and other carnival games to video games.
58% 368 votes
New Hampshire Ave. & the Bay, Atlantic City, NJ MoreLess Info
Developed on the historic Atlantic City waterfront in 1976, Atlantic City Aquarium, provides recreational and educational activities for the whole family. Featuring interactive exhibits including a Stingray Touch Tank, Sea Turtles, and more.
62% 1850 votes
777 Harrah's Blvd, Atlantic City, NJ 08401 MoreLess Info
Harrah's Atlantic City Casino opened on November 23, 1980, and the company has continually added to the complex. It is the second tallest city building in Atlantic City, and has the largest exterior LED display surface in the world.
60% 327 votes
800 North New Hampshire Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401 MoreLess Info
Atlantic City Aquarium Historic Gardner's Basin is a park and aquarium offering various recreational opportunities. Along with the Atlantic City Aquarium, visitors will find Crafters Village, several waterfront restaurants, a recreational marina, and fishing docks.
First lit in 1857, Absecon Lighthouse is New Jersey's tallest lighthouse at 171 feet tall. The lighthouse can be climbed by visitors and it also has an educational museum, gift shop and Fresnel Lens exhibit.