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Take the Kids: Haddonfield, NJ

A quaint town with an active sense of community, Haddonfield routinely tops polls as one of the best places to live, shop and dine in NJ. 



Go: You’ll find Haddonfield nestled between Rtes. 30 & 70 just 10 minutes from either the Ben Franklin or Walt Whitman Bridge.

Shop: The downtown area offers over 200 shops, with something to interest every member of the family — even the dog! If you’re expecting, you can find beautiful take-me-home outfits for newborns at Baby Chic. (3 Tanner St.)

Eat: Try a delicious pretzel sandwich or hot bowl of minestrone at Marie’s Sandwich Bar, where the owners make the spreads, dressings and soups in-house.  (6 Kings Ct.)

Stay: The stunning, Victorian-style Haddonfield Inn provides a cozy bed & breakfast experience with all the modern amenities, including an elevator and Wi-Fi. Each bedroom has a fireplace to keep guests warm on even the coldest days of winter. (44 West End Ave.)  

Explore: At Haddonfield’s Dinosaur Discovery Park, dino enthusiasts can see where the world’sfirst, almost complete dinosaur skeleton was discovered in 1858. Two historical markers tell the tale so visitors don’t have to make the treacherous climb into the ravine where the bones were found. (Maple Ave. & Grove St.) 

Learn: Take a tour of Greenfield Hall, the headquarters of the Historical Society of Haddonfield, and view many collections devoted to local history. (343 Kings Hwy E)

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