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Cherry Hill is a township in Camden County, New Jersey. It has 75,000 people.
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Points of Interest in Cherry Hill
- Barclay Farmstead Museum - A historical oasis in Cherry Hill. It was built in 1816 by a Quaker farmer, Joseph Thorn, the farmhouse and surrounding 32-acre property offers visitors and tourists an opportunity to observe and participate in the agrarian lifestyle that once dominated the South Jersey landscape. The homestead gives group tours, and school tours. Cherry Hill has sponsored an Plant a Patch,each season between April through October, more than one hundred gardeners maintain and harvest their own garden plots on original farm fields.
- Garden State Discovery Museum, 2040 Springdale Road. A hands-on celebration of imagination, a place where children infant through 10 years old will discover a world just their size and adults can share in those discoveries. Spend some time touring the Museum,as well as joining on of the many educational workshops and performances for children. This museum also furtures a gift shop, to buy items to remember you experience. Locals can host parties in one of their many private party rooms! There is a snack area and best of all a lot of free parking! Admission is $9.95 for adults and children 12 months and over, and for seniors is $8.95.The museum team will be there to support and enhance each visitor’s experience, taking an active role in your families’ education, growth and imaginative play.
- Holocaust Education Center, 1301 Springdale Road. This education center features exhibits, and a variety of educational materials and programs to educate the public about the horrors of the holocaust in memoriam of those who lost their lives or loved ones in the event, as well as in the hope that through learning from the horrific crimes and mistakes of the past that such history will not be repeated. Very educational and informative.
About Cherry Hill
The area now known as Cherry Hill was originally settled by the Lenni-Lenape Native Americans who coexisted peacefully with the first settlers from England, Quaker followers of William Penn who arrived in the late 1600s. The first settlement was a small cluster of homes named Colestown, on the perimeter of what is now the Colestown Cemetery on the corner of Route 41 which is also known as King's Highway and Church Road. The municipality was founded on February 25, 1844, in Gloucester County as Delaware Township from half of the area of Waterford Township, and became part of Camden County at its creation some two weeks later on March 13, 1844. The township underwent explosive growth in the post-World War II era, with continued population growth until the 1980s. Today, the municipality's population remains stable with new development generally occurring in small pockets of custom luxury homes or through the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of existing commercial and industrial areas.
- Wine Room - Hosts wine events for private groups, as well as offering group winemaking courses for families, friends or co-workers, and wine and food seminars that are held in a setting that recalls a beautiful Tuscan village. It is located at 1 Esterbrook Lane. They provide you with professional winery equipment to use, including authentic wine presses from Italy. You will bottle your own wine with personalized labels so you can proudly share your vintage at casual gatherings or special occasions with guests, clients, or anyone who appreciates fine wine. The price of average total cost for making a half barrel of wine is $1,100 and $2,100 for a full barrel. Since each barrel yields 20 cases which is 240 bottles, that breaks down to less than $10 per bottle. This is an extremely good savings, as you are hand-crafting wine that is easily comparable to $25 bottles from a liquor store. Overall, it seems expensive however you are really saving money when you purchase in a bulk amount.
- Playdrome Bowling Alley, 1536 North Kings Highway. This is a great place to go for a night out! The playdrome offers 36 lanes, automatic scoring, billiards, ATMs on site, great menu selection, and amusement game arcade! Playdrome also has ramps for physically challenged, and their new addition is wireless internet. It is a smoke free facility.
- Cherry Hill Racquet Club - This family oriented health club has served the Cherry Hill area for almost thirty years, and caters to all levels of fitness. Features include tennis and racquetball courts and instruction. They offer a two week guest pass, which is a great offer for tourists.
- Historic Croft Farm, 100 Borton Mill Evans Mill Road. This eighty-acre site was once the site of a working farm and mill and a stop on the Underground Railroad, it now functions as a vibrant arts center. This is once an slave exchange site, where the slaves were hidden. The grounds are centered around a sixteen-room farmhouse, the original section of which was constructed in 1753. The site is now home to the Cherry Hill Arts Center.
There are many bar and grill hot spots in Cherry Hill. Bar and grills are great because you get the best of both worlds, great food and great drinks all at one place! Here are few of those hot spots to visit while you are in Cherry Hill:
- Top Dog (formerly Taylor's), 2310 West Marlton Pike, 856-486-1001. This restaurant offers full bar service, live musical entertainment, sports on a number of flat screen televisions, and a menu with a wonderful of entrees such as soups, salads, sandwiches, hamburgers, chicken, hot dogs, deli fare, pizzas, side dishes, desserts, and a host of wonderful entrees, including steaks, ribs, chicken, seafood, pasta dishes, vegetarian dishes. They also host a night club on the weekends on their top floor, which is the hot spot on the weekends!
- Famous Dave's, 104 Route 70 East, 856-857-1520. This restaurant is known for their great bar-b-que menu! Along with gret bar-b-que, they have a full bar with great specialty drinks. They offer family size meals and are moderately affordable, they also offer take out!
- Bahama Breeze, 2000 Route 38, 856-317-8317. Offers authentic Caribbean items on the menu, which are excellent. They also so have a great bar selection, and server up drinks with a Caribbean twist to them! It is an island style atmosphere, which is very relaxing!
- Coastline, 1240 Brace Road. 856-795-1773. A casual and inviting atmosphere with a menu that includes seafood, steaks, a great variety of vegetables, and much more. There is also a menu for children and nightclub for adults.
- Cherry Hill Mall - The first enclosed shopping center in the East side of cherry hill. Cherry Hill Mall has long been a major shopping destination to some of the most affluent neighborhoods in southern New Jersey. The mall is anchored by department stores JCPenny, Macy's, and Nordstrom which opened in March 2009. It is also home to several restaurants including Maggiano's Little Italy and Bahama Breeze.
- Towne Place at Garden State Park - Opened in 2007. A "pedestrian-friendly village". The focal point of Garden State Park is the 285,000 square foot Towne Place featuring the nation’s top of the line retailers and restaurants, including Barnes & Noble, The Cheesecake Factory, Brio, Talbot’s, Coldwater Creek, J. Jill and other industry leaders. Towne Place is further supported by the 530,000 square foot Market Place including, Wegman’s, among several others. The towne place essentially provides Cherry Hill with its first ever "downtown" environment. This site used to be occupied by the former Garden State Race Track, which closed in 2001.
Cherry Hill also offers 3 big box retailers along Route 38 (Kaighn Avenue):
- Kohl's 2133 Route 38.
- Target 2137 Route 38.
- Wal-Mart 5000 Route 38 #1.
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