Welcome to Haddonfield
Historic Haddonfield, NJ is one of the most desirable addresses in South Jersey. The special attributes of Haddonfield are outstanding public schools, the best downtown shopping in the area along King’s Highway (with over 200 shops, galleries and restaurants), and unbeatable access to Philadelphia, with a PATCO hi-speed line station in the center of town and only a ten-minute drive to either the Ben Franklin or Walt Whitman Bridges. Just East of the New York-Washington travel corridor, it’s easy to hop on the NJ Turnpike or the North-South I-295. What’s more, the heart of town is on the National Register of Historic Places. With about 11,500 residents, and comprising about two square miles, it is a friendly and eminently walkable small town. First settled by Quakers in 1682, Haddonfield has a palpable sense of community.