Historical Society of Haddonfield 343 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ08033 Located in one of the oldest homes in Haddonfield, the Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the rich history…More and heritage of Haddonfield. The society keeps minimal hours but appointments can be requested for visiting the main hall and library. The main hall houses collections of furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries, glass work and needlework that dates back to the 1700s. A souvenir shop is located on premises. The library stores a collection books and photographs that relate to the history of the town, church records, family history and genealogy records and several other documents dating back to the 18th century.
Haddonfield Manor Apartments 2-10 Linden Ave, Haddonfield, NJ08033 Located in historic downtown Haddonfield, Haddonfield Manor Apartments is one of the largest apartment buildings. Built…More from beautiful brick and located right next to the high-speed train line, it is in a very populated and convenient area of town. This is a great location for those looking to live in a part of history.
Haddonfield Memorial High School 401 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ08033 Haddonfield Memorial High School is a public school teaching core curriculum, such as math, science and reading. Other…More courses include visual performing arts, health education and U.S. history.
Virginia Harp Center 425 N Haddon Ave, Haddonfield, NJ08033 Virginia Harp Center is proclaimed as the Mid-Atlantic's largest harp showroom with the "greatest variety on the East…More Coast." At the Harp Center's Haddonfield location, one can learn about how the instrument works, as well as its history and repertoire. Half-hour and full-hour lessons are available, and one can even rent from their assortment of harps, that range from US, Italian and French-made.
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.