Haddonfield United Methodist Church 29 Warwick Rd, Haddonfield, NJ08033 The Haddonfield United Methodist Church offers many ways to get involved such as worship, Sunday School, bible studies,…More donations, music ministries, children and youth ministries. The church also has a master chorale that is made up members from the Philadelphia Orchestra. View the church website for more information.
Virtua MICU 15 N Haddon Ave, Haddonfield, NJ08033 Based in Haddonfield, this serves as the primary location for Virtua's Mobile Intensive Care Unit (MICU). It features 11…More life support units and has a team of over 165 full- and part-time paramedics. MICUs are dispatched for emergency calls for potentially life threatening situations.
Long & Foster Real Estate Inc 65 N Haddon Ave, Haddonfield, NJ08033 Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. has agencies throughout the eastern United States. This Haddonfield branch deals in…More both residential and commercial properties.
United States Post Office - Haddonfield 25 S Haddon Ave, Haddonfield, NJ08033 This is a friendly and well organized post office, offering USPS mailing, stamps and mailing products. If you need to…More track a package this location will gladly help you.
Chestnut House 25 Chestnut St, Haddonfield, NJ08033 Located just one block from downtown Haddonfield is Chestnut House, an apartment community that features video…More surveillance, on-site apartment facilities, private storage, off-street parking and more. Chestnut House's units feature high-end appliances, crown moulding, hardwood floors and custom counter tops. Visit its website to view floor-plans for units and contact the office by phone to schedule an appointment for a tour.
Indian King Tavern Museum 233 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ08033 The Indian King Tavern Museum is at the epicenter of Haddonfield's historic community. It also stands as an important…More landmark in the history of the United States as the site of a 1777 meeting of the New Jersey General Assembly that officially ratified the Declaration of Independence. It is the State of New Jersey's first historical site and was declared as such in 1903. Admission to the tavern is free.