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Cherry Hill

The area’s original inhabitants were Lenni-Lenape Native Americans who peacefully co-existed with English settlers- followers of William Penn- who arrived in the late 1600s. In 1695, the English formed the community of Waterford Township, one of the original townships of old Gloucester County. The community had a long, varied, and successful existence as an agricultural center and mill town.


On March 13, 1844, residents held a town meeting and incorporated the Township under a new name- Delaware Township- which then became part of the newly organized Camden County.
A description of Delaware Township, in 1886, depicted a “prosperous agricultural community” composed chiefly of gristmills and carriage-making shops.

Check out Cherry Hill Mall for fashions and fine dining; find entertainment at Historic Croft Farms; and visit the Garden State Discovery Museum for kid-sized fun.

Cherry Hill Mall was the East Coast’s first enclosed mall and it’s still the area’s top destination, not only for shopping but also for special events and even upscale dining.

Big draws here include Nordstrom for shoes and clothing and Seasons 52 for elegant and calorie-conscious dining.

Another shopping and dining destination is Garden State Park, which started life as a horse racetrack and is now a pedestrian-friendly, modern town center.

If you’ve got young kids in tow, make a beeline for the Garden State Discovery Museum (2040 Springdale Rd.).

This playful museum enchants nursery through elementary school children with more than a dozen hands-on exhibits.

Cherry Hill is also the home of the Wine Room of Cherry Hill where visitors can use professional winery equipment, including authentic wine presses from Italy to bottle wine with personalized labels to proudly share at casual gatherings or special occasions.

Wine and food seminars and wine-related events for private groups or organizations. Experience wine like you never have before.

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