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This vibrant small town stretch, spanning from Collingswood to Haddonfield, has a popular restaurant scene and a growing arts community. The area is home to vintage and modern theaters, community arts centers, and a cottage-industry culture of skilled crafters. Plan a visit and enjoy fine dining in between arts experiences.

What to Do

Symphony in C 
One of just three professional training orchestras in the United States, Symphony in C has thrilled audiences for more than 60 years. Performing regularly at Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, Symphony in C serves 90,000 people annually through its concert series, educational outreach programs, and radio broadcasts. 
576 Haddon Ave, Collingswood - (856) 240-1503

Perkins Center for the Arts
Perkins' programs and services include a conservatory of music, visual & performing arts classes, exhibitions, concerts, school residency programs, and community enrichment projects throughout South Jersey. The center strives to enrich lives and inspire learning, collaboration, interdisciplinary, intercultural experiences
30 Irvin Ave, Collingswood - (856) 235-6488

Markeim Arts Center
Situated just a few blocks from downtown Haddonfield, Markeim is one of Haddonfield's best kept secrets! The center has promoted the creation and enjoyment of the visual arts for more than 50 years with classes, exhibitions, and special events.
104 Lincoln Ave & Walnut St, Haddonfield - (856) 429-8585

Scottish Rite Auditorium
Operated by the Collingswood Foundation for the Arts, the Scottish Rite is one of the largest auditoriums in South Jersey. The venue presents more than 20 concerts per year by notable musicians and bands and is also home to the Collingswood Community Theatre.
315 White Horse Pike, Collingswood - (856) 858-1000

Ritz Theatre Company
This theater produces six main stage shows per year along with 10 children's theatre productions, while offering a number of educational programs. The theater entertains its audience with favorites, challenges them with complex works, and introduces kids to the magic of live theatre.
915 White Horse Pike, Haddon Township - (856) 858-5230

Haddonfield Plays & Players
Haddonfield Plays & Players offers quality theater at an affordable price to a wide range of Delaware Valley audiences. The theater provides a creative outlet for non-professionals with an atmosphere of personal and social enrichment.
957 E Atlantic Ave, Haddonfield - (856) 429-8139

Where to Stay

When visiting the Haddon Ave Corridor, enjoy your stay at one of the many available hotels or inns. 

Crown Plaza - Cherry Hill
2349 Marlton Pike West, Cherry Hill - (856) 665-6666

Holiday Inn - Cherry Hill
2175 Marlton Pike West
Cherry Hill - (856) 663-5300

Haddonfield Inn
44 West End Avenue
Haddonfield - (856) 428-2195

Residence Inn by Marriott, Cherry Hill
1821 Old Cuthbert Road
Cherry Hill - (856) 429-6111

 

Where to at

Whether it's fine dining, fresh seafood, or bar bites, the Haddon Ave Corridor offers options for every taste.

Cross Culture
208 Kings Hwy E
Haddonfield - (856) 428-4343

Keg & Kitchen
90 Haddon Avenue
Westmont - 856-833-9800

Tre Famiglia
403 North Haddon Avenue
Haddonfield - 856-429-1447

Tortilla Press
703 Haddon Avenue
Collingswood - (856) 869-3345

Nunzio Ristorante Rustico
706 Haddon Avenue
Collingswood - (856) 858-9840
Treno Pizza Bar
233 Haddon Avenue
Westmont - (856) 833-9233



  SUPPORTED IN PART BY GRANTS FROM NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF STATE, DIVISION OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM.

SUPPORTED IN PART BY GRANTS FROM NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF STATE, DIVISION OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM.

 
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