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- Rowan University
- Adventure Aquarium
- Cherry Hill Mall
- Moorestown Mall
- Coco Key Water Resort
- Susquehanna Bank Center
- Battleship New Jersey
- Merchantville Country Club
- Wharton State Forest
- Pennsauken Country Club
- Laurel Lanes and Brewsters Pub
- Scotland Run Golf Club
- Walt Whitman House
- Camden Children's Garden
- Garden State Discovery Museum
- Campbell's Field
- Marketplace at Garden State Park
- Sharrott Winery
- Wiggins Park and Marina
What you should know about Cherry Hill
Hotels in Cherry Hill
Hotels in Cherry Hill tend to be welcoming, unassuming, and offer great value for money. Cherry Hill business hotels, such as the Crowne Plaza Philadelphia Cherry Hill and Holiday Inn Philadelphia-Cherry Hill, both just a 15-minute stroll from the train station, are ideal for business travelers who plan on venturing into the big city regularly. Family-friendly accommodation in Cherry Hill is also plentiful—the top-rated Residence Inn by Marriott Cherry Hill boasts spacious apartments with self-catering facilities and two outdoor pools, and the Days Inn and Suites Cherry Hill is another Cherry Hill accommodation option, located a little further from the center, which offers families fantastic value for money.
Things to see in Cherry Hill
Shoppers will love the Cherry Hill Mall, which features dozens of upscale and mid-range stores as well as numerous restaurants, allowing visitors to enjoy a relaxed shopping and dining experience right in the city center. Keep the kids entertained with a trip to the Garden State Discovery Museum, a hands-on science museum where young children can dig for dinosaur bones, present their own news show and even climb into a giant bubble! Families with older children can check out the International Sports Center of Cherry Hill, a games and sports facility offering activities like roller skating and a jungle gym, guaranteeing a fun-filled afternoon for young and old alike. For an adult-only activity, head to the renowned Forgotten Boardwalk Brewery to sample some local beer and learn about the brewing process in the company of friendly staff.
Good for families
With leafy green spaces, child-friendly restaurants, and a host of fun activities in the compact city center, Cherry Hill is the perfect destination for a family vacation. What’s more, accommodation and activities in the area tend to be very reasonably priced. The town boasts 51 parks, the highlight of which is probably Challenge Grove Park, an 18-acre outdoor space with playgrounds and 2 picnic areas. At night, parents can hire a babysitter and check out the restaurants and bars in Cherry Hill’s Golden Triangle area, or take a short cab ride over the Delaware River into Philadelphia.
How to get to Cherry Hill
Getting to Cherry Hill from Philadelphia is simple. Passengers arriving into Philadelphia International Airport should take the Regional Rail to 30th Street Station, which is also the major Philadelphia stop for Amtrak trains. From there, change to a New Jersey Transit train to get to the central Cherry Hill Station in around 30 minutes. Shuttle services and taxis are also available and may be more practical for larger groups. Downtown Cherry Hill is easily navigated on foot; if your hotel is located outside the center, grab a cab or take one of the MTA Maryland buses: numbers 27, 29 and 51 all serve the area.