Join us Friday, September 8 at 6:00 PM. Tour starts at the heart statue in King’s Court.
Who doesn’t like to go on an adventure. Discover Haddonfield’s history of taverns and the temperance movement while walking through the streets of this beautiful community. Haddonfield today is officially a “no license” or “dry” town and has been since 1873. But it was not always so. This tour will take you from the colonial era, when Elizabeth Haddon, the town’s founder, built a brew house on her farm, and when Haddonfield was home to a number of taverns and a renowned brewery, through the temperance movement of the 19th century to today, with the irony of a dry town being home to a brewery, a winery tasting room and a distillery.
Tickets are $20 per person. Tickets can be bought here or through the HSH office in Greenfield Hall, 343 King’s Highway East, Haddonfield. The tour will start at the red heart statue in King’s Court at 6pm on Friday night and lasts about an hour. Please wear comfortable walking shoes. Contact us for more information at [email protected] or (856) 429-7375.