Haddonfield is a borough located in Camden County, New Jersey. This quaint town has a total population of 11,300 (2019), including professional athletes from the Philadelphia Flyers and Phillies. Haddonfield offers visitors that small town feeling with a friendly atmosphere and beautiful scenery.

Get in edit

By train: The Patco NJ Transit runs frequently and takes you into the center of Haddonfield. This station is conveniently open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. +1 856 772-6900

  • 1 Haddonfield railway station.    

By car: Haddonfield is accessible via Exit 29B or Exit 32 on I-295.

By plane: Philadelphia International Airport is a 20-minute car ride away. 8000 Essington Avenue, Philadelphia. +1 215 937-6800.

Get around edit

Map of Haddonfield

  • Haddonfield A Cab Company, +1 856 795-9681‎

Walking: Only 2.9 square miles, all destinations are within walking distance.

For more information on what to do, what to see, and how to get around, please visit the Visitor's Center in the Haddonfield Mall at 2 Kings Court on Kings Highway. +1 856-216-7253 [1] [dead link]

See edit

Haddonfield Municipal Hall
Hadrosaurus Discovery Site

Haddonfield is a historic town with a rich history and many sites to see including:

  • Hadrosaurus Statue (on Kings Highway). The bones of the Hadrosaurus dinosaur were discovered in Haddonfield, and a monument is located in the center of downtown. This is a popular photograph spot for tourists.
  • Hadrosaurus Discovery Site (off of Grove Street, on Maple Avenue). This is a valley where the Hadrosaurus bones were found. There is a plaque with the history of this discovery located at the site.
  • 1 Indian King Tavern Museum, 223 Kings Highway East. Now a museum, the tavern was built in 1750. Tours are given which reveal the rich history of colonial Haddonfield.    
  • Washington Avenue (located right off of Kings Highway Avenue). This street is part of the historic district of Haddonfield. The beautiful colonial homes possess breathtaking character and charm. The historic district is protected under law and cannot be torn down or altered in outward appearance.
  • Lane of Acres (located off of Warwick Road). This street is lined with mansions on acres of green lawns. The homes back up to the country club. These homes are some of the largest and most expensive homes in Haddonfield.

Do edit

  • Crows Woods (where Center Street melds into Upland Way). includes hiking trails, a walking path around perimeter, soccer fields, baseball fields, and picnic tables. Crows Woods is a great place to take a stroll with your family or dog
  • Shopping, Kings Highway. Haddonfield's historic shopping district has been lauded by the Philadelphia Magazine as the best place to shop outside of New York City.
  • Tavistock Country Club, 1 Tavistock Lane. A private country club that offers an exceptional dining experience, private events and a golf course with a Pro Shop.
  • Wedgewood Swim Club, 635 Center Street. A private club that offers tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, a play ground, games, both a baby pool and a full sized swimming pool with a diving well along with a wide range of snacks and food.
  • Penny Packer Park, Park Ave. Penny Packer Park offers hiking trails along the Cooper River and a circuitous path around Hopkins Pond.
  • Haddonfield Plays and Players, 957 East Atlantic Ave. Plays and Players provides quality theater at an affordable price and includes a wide variety of productions

Buy edit

Haddonfield's historic shopping district has been lauded by the Philadelphia Magazine as the best shopping district offering a vast array of stores [2][dead link]. including:


  • Benjamin Lovell Shoes, 212 Kings Highway East. Benjamin Lovell Shoes has a wide selection of fashionable shoes including Clarks, Uggs, Rainbow Sandals and Hunters Boots.
  • Haddonfield Running Company, 121 Kings Highway East. with hospitable and helpful employees, Haddonfield Running Company is a speciality store where the perfect running sneaker can be found. Runners from all over the South Jersey area come to the Running Company to have their shoes personally selected for their individual needs.


  • [dead link] Georgie Girl Boutique, 105 Kings Highway East. A wide selection of fun and flirty clothes and accessories.
  • [dead link] Six Clothing, 6 Mechanic Street. Voted best of 2005 in Philadelphia and South Jersey Magazine, Six Clothing is a small boutique that carries hip clothing, gorgeous accessories and designer jeans.


  • [formerly dead link] Sam S. Yampell, 104 Kings Highway East. Sam S. Yampell has knowledgeable employees who can help you chose the perfect piece of jewelry. The store also offers in house repairs and the ability to design custom pieces.


  • Jamaican Me Crazy, 139 Kings Highway East. A hippy-inspired store where children can purchase shoes, clothes, toys and trinkets.
  • Happy Hippo Toys, 201 Kings Highway East. Happy Hippo has a unique selection of toys and games for children of all ages.

Salons and Spas

Eat edit

  • Tre Famiglia Restaurante, 403 N. Haddon Ave. Written up as the best Italian restaurant by South Jersey Magazine, Tre Famiglia offers an excellent selection of Italian cuisines.
  • [dead link] Animo Juice, 113 Kings Highway East. Animo is an organic cafe that offers nutritious and delicious drinks, wraps, burritos and soups made daily
  • Villa Rosa, 1 Kings Highway East, +1 856 428-2555. This family-owned pizzeria offers take out or sit down meals in a home inspired atmosphere. This is also a popular hangout spot for middle school students after school and on the weekends.
  • Gracie's Water Ice & Ice Cream, 9 Kings Court. The perfect place to take the family for an afternoon snack or dessert and offers the classic parlor feel and a wide array of ice cream and water ice.
  • Cold Stone Creamery, 210 Kings Highway East, +1 856 216-1110. Although pricey, Cold Stone has rich and innovative ice cream creations and is a popular destination for desserts.
  • The Little Tuna, 143 Kings Highway East. Chef and owner Marcus Severs offers an outstanding selection of seafood and steak.
  • Starbucks, 214 Kings Highway East, +1 856 429-8110. This coffee shop is in the heart of downtown Haddonfield. There is a separate room with comfy chairs and newspapers to enjoy while you sip on a morning cup of coffee. Outdoor seating is also available.
  • [dead link] The Bread Board Plus, 605 North Haddon Ave. Eat in or take out at the bread board plus where you can order specialty subs, salads and homemade soups.

Drink edit

Haddonfield has been a dry town since 1872. However, due to Haddonfield's small size, bars are nearby.

Sleep edit

There is only one bed and breakfast in Haddonfield.

Go next edit

  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a 20 minute drive from Haddonfield or the PATCO train can be taken into the heart of Philadelphia where there are hundreds of shops, restaurants, and sites to see. There are also a plethora of bars located here.

Haddonfield does not have a mall, however, the Cherry Hill Mall is less than ten minutes from the center of Haddonfield. +1 856 662-7441, 2000 Rt. 38

Routes through Haddonfield
TrentonCherry Hill  N   S  Carneys PointNewport
PhiladelphiaCollingswood  NW   SE  Cherry HillLindenwold

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