Neighborhood Walking Tour Series

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Sunday September 25

2:00 PM  –  4:00 PM

Female Founders of Haddonfield

Haddonfield, NJ is known for its historical Colonial charm once settled by English and Irish Quakers in the late 1600's. Named by Elizabeth Haddon at just 21 years of age, Haddonfield became a pleasant village providing goods and services to the surrounding farms. In this tour, learn about the incredible women who shaped the town and worked hard to preserve its legacy.

This tour is easily accessible from Center City Philadelphia via the PATCO line to Haddonfield Station. 

Meet at the benches in front of Haddonfield Borough Hall, 242 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ 08033

In registering to attend this walking tour, you agreed to the following (Please note the updated changes as of April 20, 2022):

  • During tours, facemasks will be optional for all individuals including the tour guide
  • Facemasks may be required to enter buildings on certain tours. Please bring one with you in case it is needed 
  • Preservation Alliance walking tours utilize an audio system that transmits from a headset worn by the guide to earpieces worn by tour attendees. The equipment is thoroughly sanitized before and after each use. Tour attendees can also plug in their personal headsets or earbuds that use a standard headphone jack (Not compatible with Bluetooth or Apple earphones).

Space is limited. Advance registration required.

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