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Things to do in Cherry Hill

    Independence Hall Independence Hall Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    While visiting Cherry Hill, New Jersey, it isn't more than a 15 minute drive to Independence Hall situated in the heart of the city of brotherly love and built in 1753 as the Pennsylvania State House. It is the heart and soul of the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia and famous today for the debates and adoptions of the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. It would become the main meeting location for the Second Continental Congress from 1775 to 1783 and the outstanding site of the Constitution Convention that was held there in the summer of 1787; and is now a World Heritage Site. The hall is a red brick structure constructed between 1732 and 1753, designed in the Georgian architectural style by Andrew Hamilton and Edmund Woolley, who would lead the construction of it. The highest place on the hall is 135 feet above the ground, and it was commissioned by the Pennsylvania colonial legislature that had to pay for the building when it could raise the funds, which explains why it took so long and was done in a piecemeal fashion. The Colonial government of the state would be the first residents, from 1732 to 1799, with two smaller structures adjacent to the hall; the Congress Hall sits on the west side and the Old City Hall is located on its east. The three structures take up a full city block, that has become Independence Square, as well as Philosophical Hall where the American Philosophical Society was born. The commonwealth of Pennsylvania would sell the hall to the city of Philadelphia in 1816 and it has remained theirs ever since. It is well shown on the backs of $100 bills, along with the Kennedy bicentennial half dollar; and the assembly room is shown on the back side of the US two dollar bill, copied from the original painting by John Trumbull named "Declaration of Independence". The bell tower that sits atop the hall had been the original home to the Liberty Bell and currently it houses a Centennial Bell that had been made for the nation's Centennial Exposition in 1876. The authentic Liberty Bell and the famous crack can be seen in the Liberty Bell Center that is located across the street. Queen Elizabeth II came to the city in 1976, and gave the gift to the people of the United States of a copy Bicentennial Bell that had been cast in the same foundry in England as the original and this bell hangs in the new bell tower on 3rd Street by the hall.  Independence Hall was the main meeting place for the Congress from 1775 to 1783 with representatives from all thirteen British colonies and on July 4th, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was approved and signed; read in the square, aloud to any folks gathered there. It unified the colonies in North America that had just declared themselves independent of the British crown and went on to explain the justifications why they did it. That is why we continue to celebrate the Fourth of July today and will for as long as the flag still flies and the United States continues to be a nation of the people, by the people and for the people.

    Barclay Farmstead Museum
    Barclay Farmstead Museum Cherry Hill, New Jersey
    The Barclay Farmstead is Cherry Hill, New Jersey's living heritage museum that is a historical oasis in the heart of the city, constructed in 1816 by the Quaker farmer, Joseph Thorn, who owned 32 acres surrounding the house where visitors today can come and enjoy the slower paced lifestyle of the early 19th century that became prevalent during that period. The agrarian lifestyle is showcased here so that visitors can better understand and learn about the life of these hardy heroic people that came to the south of New Jersey to start a new life, new adventure and most significantly, a new nation. It is listed on the National and New Jersey Registers of Historic Places, and the farm is run by the Cherry Hill township. Besides enjoying the wonderful tours of the house, take some time to wander the lovely interpretive nature trails and the plant-a-patch garden plots, as well as many educational programs and events that offer valuable lessons in all the volunteer activities and ways that make a big difference in preserving this marvelous venue. A few of the more outstanding programs available to visitors and the community is the living history education program, the plant-a-patch community gardens and the apprentice and journeyman enrichment program. The plant-a-patch has been doing great for over 30 years, offering community residents the opportunity to rent a 25 foot square plot of space to plant a garden with whatever crops you wish, with water hook-ups and free mulch to help you grow the best vegetables that you have ever eaten. There is an excellent orientation lecture, and then the annual Harvest Dinner at the end of the season. A great way to help the community and the farmstead so that more folks will learn the fundamentals of gardening that will enrich their lives in two ways, the pure joy of working the ground and growing your plants from seeds or seedlings to full blown crops that are better for you and more organic than any veggies or other herbs that you would find in a store. You never know how great food tastes, until you have grown your own and put it on your table to the benefit and enjoyment of the entire family.

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    Historic Croft FarmCroft Farm Cherry Hill, New Jersey
    The Historic Croft Farm is an 80 acre site in the heart of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, only 15 minutes from the center of Philadelphia and 45 minutes from Atlantic City, New Jersey, and sits next to the Camden's County Challenge Grove Park that is next to the Brace & Borton's Mill Roads. In 1995, the farm would transform into a regional center for the fine and performing arts, with a broad range of classes from painting to modern dance the entire year, as well as community festivals, performances and art exhibits, as well as becoming a marvelous arts camp in the summer for area children in grades 1 through 6. The Croft farm had been a working farm as well as a stop on the Underground railroad, becoming a significant partner in the growth and development of south New Jersey for over three centuries. Four different mills would earn the Kay and Evans families their livelihood from 1697 to 1897, with supplies and people traveling by Cooper Creek to the Croft farm, which had been known as the Free Lodge Mill, Edgewater and Springwell. The main highlight of the farmstead is the 16 room house that was constructed in various stages, with the original and main section being built in 1753 by Isaac Kay; which is currently the main dining room of the house, the main facade that faces Evans' Pond and the "tight winder" staircase. As the year rolled by, there would be numerous changes continued on the house which included the addition of rooms to the north side that changed the layout house in 1816 that would have the house facing the road rather than the pond. One of Thomas Evans' descendants would say that the farm was one of many stations that runaway slaves were brought, coming here from Woodbury and received by Tom, who then would hide them in his attic so they couldn't be discovered. The slaves would be whisked away in the middle of the night, after given food and then rushed off in a covered wagon to Mount Holly, where they would be hidden once more to await further means of escaping. The number of people that were taken on the underground railroad is not known, nor how many came through the farm. Some of the records from that period show that Josiah Evans arranged to buy two slaves, Jefferson Fisher and Joshua Sadler, so they wouldn't be picked up by some bounty hunter. The two men stayed and worked in the mill so they could repay Evans, with Sadler going on to become the leader of a little settlement of freed slaves that started "Sadlertown" that has grown into Haddon township. As the saw and grist mills slowed down, during the 1920s, the Evans family sold the farm to John W. Croft, Jr. who farmed the land until 1981, with assistant Thomas McCargo. The Crofts sold the farm in 1985 to the Cherry Hill township, and both the Crofts and McCargo families are still living in Cherry Hill.

     Children's Museum of Cherry Hill
    Children's Museum of Cherry Hill, New Jersey
    The Children's Museum of Cherry Hill, New Jersey is also known as the Garden State Discovery Museum and has become a favorite place for the youngsters of the community with many outstanding and interactive activities for the children. The museum has various fees that offer families great prices to enjoy the museum all year long, with a family membership, a family gold membership and a family and friends membership. Just going there to watch the children has an exciting and adventurous day is a marvelous experience and one that most parents will want to continue for the entire year. The museum has a great way to help you celebrate your child's birthday, that has also become a very popular venue. The center offers programs and classes for children of all ages, with the early explorers group arranged for children from 18 months to 3 years; the mini masters that include 4 to 6 year olds; the artlab for kids 6 to 9 years old and the all impressive Act Out! that offers parents a chance to enroll their children in a drama program that helps children learn to speak and perform in pubic, and the basics of acting, although many of these kids are so intelligent that they have learned this characteristic trait long before coming here. The Jump Bunch offers children the chance to learn more about various kinds of sports, building their coordination, self-esteem and joy for sports all their lives. Kinderlanguage is the child enrichment program that offers a world of cultural diversity and a great way to help your child learn another language. Music together with Madeline Knott is offered in ten week courses; and the New Behavioral Network welcomes your child into the PRIDE pioneers program which is a social/functional program for kids with autism spectrum disorders.

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    Seasons 52
    Appetizers; Farmer's Market veggie soup or chef's soup of the day; Colorado buffalo chili with corn cakes & cilantro sour cream; edamame whole soybeans steamed & served hot with Japanese green tea salt; teriyaki sesame chicken skewers with roasted Hawaiian pineapple & tropical fruit salsa; housemade Sonoma goat cheese ravioli with roasted garlic & sweet basil in light tomato broth; caramelized crab & shrimp stuffed mushrooms with roasted garlic & parmesan cheese; grilled chipotle-glazed shrimp with guacmole & tomatillo salsa verde; spicy chicken chile relleno with goat cheese & spinach on pico de gallo; Canadian black mussels steamed in zesty marinara sauce served with grilled garlic toast. Entrees; grilled boneless rainbow trout with roasted new potatoes, asparagus, baby carrots & broiled lemon; caramelized sea scallops grilled & served with roasted asparagus & sundried tomato pearl pasta; tiger shrimp penne pasta & market veggies sautéed in lemon-basil sauce with parmesan cheese; roasted artichoke-stuffed shrimp with medley of fresh market veggies in light lemon sauce; cedar plank Atlantic salmon with whole-roasted sweet carrots, fresh asparagus & red bliss potatoes; Fieldale Farms all-natural chicken cabernet with golden beets, broccoli & Lundberg organic wild rice; wood-roasted pork tenderloin with soft corn polenta, fresh leaf spinach, cremini mushrooms & Dijon sauce; roasted rack of New Zealand lamb with mint pesto, new potatoes, haricot vert & balsamic red onions; mesquite-grilled filet mignon with Yukon gold garlic mashed potatoes, fresh veggies & roasted mushrooms; grilled turkey tenderloin skewer with veggies, mushrooms & tamarind glaze over warm orzo salad.

    The Capital Grill
    Entrees; seared tenderloin with butter poached lobster; cedar plank salmon with tomato fennel relish and lemon mosto; bone-in Kona crusted dry aged sirloin with caramelized shallot butter; porcini rubbed Delmonico with 12 year aged balsamic; sliced filet mignon with cippolini onions & wild mushrooms; filet Oscar is 8oz. with steamed asparagus spears, colossal lump crabmeat, drizzled with housemade béarnaise; dry aged sirloin steak is NY strip hand cut bone-in grilled; dry aged porterhouse steak is 24oz.; dry aged steak au poivre with Courvoisier cream sauce is black peppercorns crushed then rubbed onto steak seared then served with Courvoisier cream and peppercorn sauce; filet mignon is cooked your way; Delmonico steak 22oz. grilled your way; double cut lamb rib chops is four chops grilled your way; roasted chicken is house red rub spices to whole fresh chicken slow roasted; broiled fresh lobster; grilled swordfish with lemon shallot relish; sushi-grade sesame seared tuna with gingered rice; lobster & crab stuffed shrimp roasted with touch of wine.

 

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    Peter Mott House Peter Mott House Lawnside, New Jersey
    The Peter Mott House in Lawnside, New Jersey is another house that was located on the Underground Railroad, in the historically African American town of Lawnside, constructed in 1845, so it is the oldest house in the township. Peter Mott, an African American preacher, was the first Sunday school superintendent at Mount Pisgah African Methodist Episcopal Church in Lawnside. Peter and his wife, Eliza, had been born around the early 19th century, although any birth records of these births cannot be found, since most of the young African Americans were born at plantations that kept their own records and seldom left the family, or were otherwise lost to posterity. The 1850 census shows Mott as being 40, and a black male laborer that owned property worth $600, while his wife, Elizabeth Ann Mott, was listed as a black female, aged 42, with Gloucester County marriage records showing that the couple was married on November 2, 1833. Peter was a free black man and one of the agents of the underground railroad, and the size of his house, that was located in what was then called Snow Hill or Free Haven and how it was built, up two stories, show that he was a respected member of the community. The land transaction records for May 30, 1844, show Mott's buying the property to build his house on from Thomas Stephenson for $100, and in 1870, the census valued his property at $1000, and his personal estate at $250. The borough of Lawnside, which is eight miles north of Camden, was the sole historic African American incorporated town in the northern parts of this nation, and dates back to the colonial period as a settlement of people of color, although they don't say what their color was. Even through the abolition of slavery in the state, the struggles of the Civil War, the danger of the underground railroad and the debilitating poverty of the Great Depression, the town has lived on as a great modern community. The Lawnside Historical Society became very involved in the plight of the Mott house, as they had to fight to preserve, purchase and maintain the house, gaining ownership in 1992.

    Holocaust Education Center
    Holocaust Education Center Cherry Hill, New JerseyThe Goodwin Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Cherry Hill, New Jersey is the only permanent Holocaust exhibit in the tri-state region and is dedicated to helping society learn from the past and educated for the future. Using the many learned lessons of the Holocaust, the good folks at the center strive to reduce prejudice, affect the attitudes of people to lessen bigotry, violence and hatred against all ethnicities. The center educates the community and the students of the region, as well as training teachers to fulfill the New Jersey mandate that it is necessary to teach others about the Holocaust and the horrible effects that arose from it around the world, and regardless of what the future may bring, nor how bright it looks, we must never forget, nor allow this type of atrocity to rear its ugly head again, anywhere in the world.

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    Walt Whitman Cultural Arts CenterWalt Whitman Cultural Arts Center Camden, New Jersey
    The Walt Whitman Cultural Arts Center in Camden, New Jersey offers sound, movement, wonder and sights to the community and the areas around it for the entertainment and education of the soul, heart and mind. Their attention is most intimate, striving to connect the arts and artists involved to those folks that will benefit the most from their marvelous programs. There are many programs designed specifically to the groups that come here to learn dance, music, plastic arts and literature include children, seniors, teens and adults. The story of Walt Whitman is a wonderful story about a man that had a vision and became determined to tell others about it in such a marvelous way that he became well known and very famous while he did. His career in writing would see the usual ups and downs that accompany most artists as they strive to attain the highest goals of their profession, struggling through the trials and tribulations that assail them every step of their lives; and some prosper and thrive while others stumble along, determined to leave their message of hope and love to others that will follow. Walt would have to struggle through the majority of his life, living with the help of others, while at the same time, helping others that were even less fortunate than he was. He would suffer a terrible stroke in the early 1870s, while visiting his mother who was waiting to die in his brother's house in Camden, where he would later purchase a house in which to live his later years out and to write as much as he possible could. He would live with his brother, after his mother passed, until the publication of his 1882 Leaves of Grass when he would earn enough money to buy his own house and live out his days there. The simple two story clapboard house is still there and ready to welcome every visitor that is both intrigued and interested in Whitman's life, where he would continue to work on his additions and revisions to the Leaves of Grass, as well as writing his final volume of poems and prose in Good-Bye, My Fancy that was published in 1891. Walt Whitman passed away on March 26, 1892, and would be buried in a tomb that he had designed for himself in Harleigh Cemetery. His collection of poems in Leaves of Grass has become one of the most famous and favorite books in the world, with Whitman being named the "Poet of Democracy" and "America's Shakespeare".

    Adventure Aquarium
    Adventure Aquarium Camden, New JerseyThe Adventure Aquarium was originally called the New Jersey State Aquarium in Camden, New Jersey and opened in 1992, but then was reopened in 2005 housing some 8000 animals living in various forms of freshwater, marine and semi-aquatic habitats, with a total tank volume of more than 2 million gallons of water and almost 200,000 square feet of exhibit space. For 12 years, the aquarium was called the New Jersey State Aquarium at Camden and run by the nonprofit New Jersey Academy for Aquatic Sciences that had been chartered to operate the aquarium and increase its mission of educating and conserving the marine environment to the community. The academy had been started in 1989 and oversaw the design and building of the original attraction along with the state's Sports and Exposition Authority that had been involved in numerous other venues in the state; and because the success of other cities, particularly Baltimore, were quite obvious as they created their own marine life centers. The state's legislature therefore approved a bill that would allow the aquarium to be constructed in the late 1980s and the governor had signed into law. It would break ground along the broken down Camden waterfront in 1988 and become a shining light in the bleak and desolate area of the waterfront. Using mostly cast concrete, with a lot of glass, the aquarium was finished in 1992 and opened on the last day of February, 1992. Their first year, the aquarium welcome 1.6 million visitors, but that would soon become troubled as many reviews were bad and force the reconstruction of the aquarium, where some of the exhibits would be closed for long periods, although the aquarium itself never closed completely.  It wasn't long before the aquarium was on its feet again, with more visitors returning and enjoying the many changes that had been completed, and when the aquarium partnered with Herschend Family Entertainment Corp. it would be only a few years until it was completely renovated and reopened with better and more interesting exhibits.

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    Woodcrest Country ClubWoodcrest Country Club Cherry Hill, New Jersey
    The Woodcrest Country Club in Cherry Hill, New Jersey has been welcoming guests for more than 75 years of championship golf, outstanding amenities, luxurious dining and superb service. The course sits on 150 acres and offers the finest private country club environment in the region that is known for its high quality and splendid service that is beyond expectations. The William A. Flynn designed course has been described as one of the best in the Delaware Valley, offering all levels of expertise, and the best doglegs and narrow fairways around to encourage you to play every club in your bag and even some up your sleeve. The club is also dubbed as the best and biggest all day Pro-Am on the Philadelphia section PGA annual tournament schedule, the course has been the host of the Woodcrest Pro-Am for the past 37 years. It has also played host to the qualifying round for the US Open and numerous other tournaments and golf outings, along with the Philadelphia section PGA championship. The Woodcrest Indoor Learning Center offers students the perfect venue to learn and improve their swings in a marvelous and comfortable environment, using a state-of-the-art V1 video swing analysis system, the Zelocity Launch Monitor and many swing and teaching aids that allow the student to continue learning and improving throughout the winter months. This 18 hole club is just about the best place to learn, improve and score your best game in a long time and is the perfect place to do it.  The club also has a beautiful pool, excellent tennis courts and much more than your usual club, but in a magnificent area that has spectacular views and fairways. A membership includes the country club and course, three Har-Tru tennis courts, two pools, a bag storage, lockers and numerous dining rooms. The course is a 6528 yard par 71 from the back tees and are considered some of the finest in the region, designed by the famous William Flynn. 

    Walt Whitman House
    Walt Whitman House Camden, New JerseyThe Walt Whitman House in Camden, New Jersey is the historic last residence of the famous poet, Walt Whitman, while he lived out his last remaining years on this earth. Walt suffered a debilitating stroke in 1873, while visiting his mother at his brother's house, and she passed away, with both of these terrible events weighing heavy on his heart. Louisa Whitman had been living with her son, in Camden, while Walt worked in Washington, DC., which he went back to wanting to get his affairs in order so that he could move to Camden and live with his brother paying him room and board. Walt would stay there for eleven years, spending the Christmas season of 1883 with friends in Germantown, Pennsylvania, as his brother began constructing a farmhouse in Burlington, New Jersey hoping that Walt would come there and live with as well. But Walt chose to buy a small house in Camden so that he could live on his own, in 1884, as he passed his 65th birthday, and it was the first and only house that Walt would own in his lifetime. Walt called it his "shanty" or "coop", which seemed only to emphasis its shabbiness, and his brother certainly didn't approve of it, which would then put a strain on their relationship. Many other friends and acquaintances questioned his thinking about buying the house, and one even said that he thought it was the last place that a poet would choose for his house. While Walt lived there, he would finished numerous poems, with some of them concentrating on public events, with one, a sonnet being published in 1885 in the Philadelphia Press that was called "Ah, Not this Granite Dead and Cold", that honored the finishing of the Washington Monument. Much of his writing would be done in his bedroom that had been left like a newspaper office, with piles of papers all around, but even though he lived here a good while, only $1300 was earned from the sales and royalties of his books. He would get $20 from royalties and $350 from the sales of new books, with the majority of money coming from admirers and well-wishers. As his health had been deteriorating, he commissioned a granite house-shaped mausoleum to be constructed that he would visit while being built, and during his last week on this wonderful planet, he became too weak to lift a fork or knife, he wrote, as he had done for years, trying to finish the last edition of Leaves of Grass; which would become the "deathbed edition". Walt passed away a few days before his 73rd birthday and the contents of his house are still there, since his heirs sold it to the city in 1921 and it opened to the public five years later. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the area surrounding the house has become the Walt Whitman Neighborhood.

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    Penn MuseumPenn Museum Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    The Penn Museum is situated on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania, in their museum of archaeology and anthropology, which researches, collects and displays the advance of understanding that continues in the world's cultural heritage. The museum began in 1887, and they have conducted over 400 archaeological and anthropological expeditions throughout the world and now house three gallery floors of relics that have come from the Bible Lands, Asia, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Mesoamerica and the ancient Mediterranean world. There are also many great relics that have come from the native peoples of Polynesia, Africa and the Americas; allowing the museum to offer to the public a fantastic opportunity to share in the continuing discovery of humankind's entire history. The museum's collections contain 2500 feet of records that document the archaeological expeditions that the museum has conducted in every continent on this earth, the history of the practices of archaeology and anthropology, as well as the history of the museum. The museum houses some three-quarters of a million pages and about a thousand reels of film, spanning the Levantine art from the Maison Bonfils to the images of holes in the earth from archaeological sites that were taken by amateur photographers. Their massive archives collections document all the interesting and exciting fieldwork that has been done through the years and around the world, along with the administrative and collections history of the museum. The photo archives contain more than 750,000 images that include significant collections donated by Maison Bonfils, Giorgio Sommer, William Henry Jackson, Desire Charnay, John K. Hillers, Lehnert and Landrock, Jessie Tarbox Beals and Edward S. Curtis. The Penn Museum has collected almost a million relics since they first began doing their own field excavations and research, and those magnificent collections are now in active service to the university and researchers from around the world. The university was the first to encourage a stand on cultural heritage, and adopting a plan to make sure that every piece had enough documentation to substantiate its claims or origins.

    National Constitution Center
    National Constitution Center Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaThe National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a marvelous organization that strives to increase the awareness and understanding of the United States Constitution, while operating a museum to advance its purposes. The groundbreaking was done in September of 2000, some 213 years after the signing of the Constitution and opened on July 4, 2003, joining many other significant and iconic sites in America's most historical square mile, since there are so many historical landmarks located in the area and include; the Liberty bell and Independence Hall. The theater that is found inside the center presents the film, "Freedom Rising", that explains the history of the Constitution and how the definition of "We the People" was increased over the years. The primary display showcases a chronological history that include important artifacts and original documents, along with interactive exhibits based on the famous and more well known preamble, and talk backs and ways to talk about the Constitution. Some of the other displays have been devoted to the right to vote, which is really more a privilege than right, and divisive issues like the death penalty or intelligent design. In the magnificent "Signer's Hall", life sized cast-bronze sculptures of the 39 signers of the Constitution and the three dissenters can be seen and enjoyed. Just this past September, 2010, the center hosted a patriotic exhibit called, "Art of the American Soldier" that highlighted over 300 works from the US Army Art Collection. Besides the works the soldier/artists had been given the chance to submit works that became part of the digital kiosks located in the exhibit area.

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