Welcome to Haddonfield, New Jersey
From the Inn, it's a lovely stroll to our downtown historic district (4-5 blocks), named one of the "best shopping places outside NYC" by The New York Times. There are over 200 unique shops and restaurants, some with outdoor seating. Architectural walking tours, carriage rides and many special events take place throughout the year. A bronze and stone sculpture in the center of town commemorates the discovery of the Hadrosaurus foulkii, the first nearly-complete dinosaur skeleton ever found. This discovery made Haddonfield famous as the place where dinosaur paleontology became a credible modern science.
The Indian King Museum on King's Highway is where New Jersey became a state and was originally the Indian King Tavern, owned by the uncle of First Lady Dolley Madison. Greenfield Hall, home of the Haddonfield Historical Society, is also open to the public.
Our guests enjoy theatrical performances by the Haddonfield Plays and Players and concerts performed by the Haddonfield Symphony Orchestra. If there's something in particular that you enjoy, ask our innkeepers - we'll help you find it!