The streets in the Monopoly game are from Atlantic City.
Or at least they were when Charles Darrow sold the game to Parker Brothers in the 1930s.
If you’re planning a trip to see the originals, however, you’ll be disappointed to see that many of the game’s upscale streets, like Pacific Avenue, are
now pretty seedy.
You’ll find that Marven Gardens, misspelled in the game, is way out of town, and that none of the railroads stop there anymore.
St. Charles Place was also replaced by a casino parking lot.
There’s still plenty of free parking spaces and a jail, though.