Unlock the secrets of Old Burlington County Jail, where every stone and scratch tells a story waiting to be heard.
One of my favorite movie lines is “And we who walk here… walk alone,” solemnly intoned by Eleanor in The Haunted, AFTER she’s died. At this haunted mansion, however, you can be sure you’ll never quite walk alone.
Seward Johnson, “Daydream” Grounds for Sculpture (GFS) is an outdoor art museum in Hamilton NJ, where you can walk around the beautifully landscaped grounds and experience the art from all angles. During a visit to GFS, you can stroll among the more than 500 works, nearly 300 of which are exhibited on the grounds year […]
Ever since spending a couple of years of my childhood in Panama, I’ve enjoyed touring battleships. Luckily, there are a few in the mid-Atlantic region, including one in Camden, NJ: the USS New Jersey. The USS New Jersey is an Iowa-class battleship, and was the second ship of the U.S Navy to be named after […]
Adventure Aquarium offers a fun, unique exploration of the wonderful animal life in the ocean, as well as some cool land animals, such as hippos, and birds, such as penquins and kookaburras. You can easily spend two to three hours exploring as you walk around the exhibits. The highlight was the shark tunnel, suspended directly […]
There’s something for everyone to love to eat in South Jersey, but Collingswood and Haddonfield in particular have a lot to offer the hungry foodie in search of a unique dining experience. Collingswood is well known for its selection of shops and restaurants, primarily along Haddon Avenue, and was ranked as the “#1 small-town food […]
Haddonfield has a long history. First inhabited by the Lenni Lenape Native Americans, the 1600s brought the European invasion, and with it, Elizabeth Haddon, for whom the town is named. During colonial times, the town thrived, and in 1777, the New Jersey Legislature met at a local tavern, which is now operated as a museum, […]
There is America pre-9/11 and America post-9/11, and a world of difference in between. The targets of the 9/11 terrorist attacks were the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington DC and, most likely, the Capitol Building — symbols of America’s financial, military and political influence on the world. The magnitude […]
Located in one of the oldest towns in North America, the Haddonfield Inn was built as an elegant, Victorian home between 1868 and 1875 and was one of 80 new dwellings built in Haddonfield during this time. It is nestled in a neighborhood of elegant Victorian homes, like itself. As you explore all that the […]
Even the Delaware River was almost frozen over! The day we visited New Jersey’s High Point State Park was a day of bitter cold and frustration! I debated about even blogging about it, but in the end, decided that it serves as a lesson about preparing better for an outting. My lack of planning and […]
Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t you should sit at home waiting for warmer weather! Here are eight winter day trips you should definitely try out this year!! Island Beach State ParkWinter is a great time to appreciate the wonderful natural environment of a beach, without the hordes of sun worshipers. Shaped by storm, wind, […]