Haddonfield, NJ

Haddonfield, NJ is a historical small town located about 10 minutes from Philadelphia, an hour from NYC, and an hour from the Jersey Shore. What more could you ask for?

Haddonfield, NJ

Haddonfield, New Jersey 08033, United States

Created By: Natalie Naticchia

Tour Information

Haddonfield, NJ is a historical small town with a population of 11,000. Of those 11,000, a good portion are racists, white supremacists, and priviledged individuals with a narrow perspective of the world. 10 minutes from Philadelphia, 1 hour from NYC, 1 hour from the Jersey Shore...but also 2 minutes from Camden, NJ: the murder capital of the country.

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What You'll See on the Tour

Welcome to Haddonfield, NJ! I start us off at the center of town: Haddonfield's Borough Hall. Haddonfield sits in a desirable location being 9 miles from Philadelphia, an hour away from New York City, and an hour away from the infamous Jers... Read more
First we will start at Haddonfield Memorial High School, the one and only high school in Haddonfield. The school was opened in 1927, named after those who had served in World War I. It has always been a place ridded by excellence: in academ... Read more
Next on our tour we travel to the Haddonfield Historical Society. The Haddonfield Historical Society serves as a place on interest where Haddonfield residents can learn about and celebrate their history. Although lots of the historical book... Read more
Now we move to our first point of interest: The Haddonfield Indian King Tavern. Indian King Tavern is New Jersey's first state-owned hsitorical site that was aquired in 1903. It is wheer New Jersey completed its transition from colony to st... Read more
The next point of interest for our tour is the Haddonfield Patco Station. Haddonfield station is a rapid transit station on the PATCO Lindenwald line that connects Haddonfield to a variety of places from New Jersey to Philadelphia. The Hadd... Read more
We move to our third point of interest: Christ the King Roman Catholic Church. Haddonfield was founded by Quakers, who encouraged the birth of a Methodist Church and a Presbyterian church in the early 1800's. Long before the formation of Ch... Read more
This is Hopkins Pond, a cornerstone of Haddonfield's nature. The pond has been in Haddonfield for more than 200 years, since 1789, when the earthen dam was built so that the water could power a grist mill. What is rarely advertised, and can... Read more


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