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What you should know about Mount Laurel

From the pioneering days of the early European settlers to the end of the 19th century, Mount Laurel was little more than a picturesque collection of farm buildings and family homesteads clinging to a laurel-covered hillside. Now this up-and-coming township on the fringes of Philadelphia is a fully-fledged community in its own right, with a relaxed pace of life that makes a pleasant contrast to busy downtown. Protected landmarks such as the Friends Meeting House and Farmer’s Hall serve as vivid reminders of the neighborhood’s colonial and rural heritage.

Hotels in Mount Laurel

Mount Laurel offers a broad range of accommodation to suit every budget. The 3-star Residence Inn by Marriott Mt. Laurel at Bishop’s Gate has a host of outdoor features such as a fire pit, picnic area, and outdoor seating, providing the perfect setting for kicking back after a long day’s sightseeing and socializing with other guests. For its state-of-the-art fitness center alone, Aloft Mount Laurel is another 3-star Mount Laurel hotel worth checking out—its stylish W XYZ bar is the perfect spot to relax after a stimulating workout. Maximize your resources in one of the good-value budget hotels in Mount Laurel such as the Track & Turf Motel, offering comfortable no-frills accommodation in a typical US motel.

Things to see in Mount Laurel

Evesham Friends Meeting House is a historic Quaker meeting house dating back to 1760, when Dutch and English settlers transported their beliefs and customs across the Atlantic. Over the street is Farmer’s Hall, built by the early farming community for social gatherings and local elections, and subsequently serving as the town hall. Nearby Jacob’s Chapel commemorates African-American soldiers who gave their lives during the War of Independence—Mount Laurel was used as a base camp by both American and English forces at different times during the Civil War. One of the more unusual heritage sites in the township is Paulsdale, the birthplace of women’s suffrage trailblazer Alice Paul. The childhood home of one of America’s first feminist role models has been restored to its original condition and is now open to the public as a museum and headquarters of the institute established in her name.

Good for travelers on a budget

Mount Laurel is a great base for travelers on a budget. Make your finances go further with added-value deals in Mount Laurel hotels, eat cheaply and well in local family-run restaurants, and shop for quirky souvenirs in quaint dime stores. It costs nothing to walk through history in this storied community, with its grand colonial mansions and verdant parkland. If you’d like to explore further afield by taking in the famous attractions of downtown Philadelphia, a stay in a discount hotel in Mount Laurel means you can save your precious dollars for sightseeing.

How to get to Mount Laurel

If you’re flying into Philadelphia International Airport, hop on a speedy rail shuttle to downtown Philadelphia, then catch a bus out to Mount Laurel. Alternatively, Amtrak runs rail services into Philly’s 30th Street Station from other US cities. If you prefer the open road, consider arriving by Greyhound—Mount Laurel has its own bus station, with lines arriving from New York, Atlantic City, and various other destinations. Getting around Mount Laurel is quick and simple via its regular and reliable bus network or by making use of local cab services.