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Main Street NJ: Haddonfield

Settled into well-preserved Colonial buildings, located along the tree-lined streets, Haddonfield’s independently-owned shops offer beautifully displayed merchandise. Many of the one-of-a-kind boutiques offer unique international experiences. Taste the flavors of the world at The Spice & Tea Exchange and shop global labels on consignment at Lavish Loft.

Downtown Haddonfield also offers an array of dining options, including: quaint coffee and ice cream shops; fine chef-owned restaurants offering an international range of cuisine choices, such as French and Indian; easy-going dining options; and gourmet and food-oriented retailers selling everything from gourmet cupcakes and specialty olive oils to culinary imports.

The William Heritage Winery offers a large wine tasting room and entertaining area. You can also visit King’s Road Brewing Company for a tavern-like atmosphere and enjoy the aromatic, seasonal flavors on tap.

ABOUT HADDONFIELD

  • Founded: 1713
  • Population: 12,000
  • County: Camden County
  • Mayor: Colleen Bianco Bezich
  • Main Shopping District: Kings Highway
  • Number of stores downtown: Over 200
  • Business Improvement District: Yes

Town Favorites

Popular Restaurants: Cross Culture; The Little Hen

Popular shops: The Spice & Tea Exchange of Haddonfield; The Lavish Loft Consignment Boutique

Upcoming Events:

May–October / Every Saturday: Farmers Market

July 9-10: Crafts & Fine Art Festival

Nov 25-27: Small Business Weekend

Nov. 25, Dec. 2, 9, 16, 23: Candlelight Shopping

Haddonfield is rich in American history. Visitors are encouraged to explore The Indian King Tavern Museum where the NJ General Assembly ratified the Declaration of Independence in 1777.

Haddonfield has also been the backdrop for motion pictures and commercials. The downtown made its TV movie debut in the Lifetime Television original film, Death Saved My Life, which premiered in Feb. 2021.

It was also a backdrop for a Mercedes Benz® commercial “A Long Drive,” which featured a silver Mercedes driving through the center of town.

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