Haddonfield is a borough within Camden County, N.J., that was named by Philadelphia Magazine as one of the best places to live, dine and shop in the Delaware Valley. The downtown center boasts more than 200 shops and galleries, quaint coffee houses and countless restaurants where residents of all ages enjoy their weekends. The historic community is only a short drive away from New York and Pennsylvania, offering endless opportunities for sports, recreation, entertainment and culture. Haddonfield apartments for rent are perfect for families, retirees or young professionals. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, roughly 11,600 people live in Haddonfield.
The history of Haddonfield is unlike many others. In 1858, local diggers excavated a near-complete skeleton of a prehistoric animal on the Haddonfield farm of John Estaugh Hopkins. Led by William Foulke, a member of the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, the group found a creature that had the anatomical features of a bird and lizard combined. Dr. Joseph Leidy, a professor of anatomy and chairman of the Board of Curators of Philadelphia's Academy of Natural Sciences determined that the animal was a dinosaur. Leidy was the first scientist to present a paper describing the factual anatomy of a dinosaur in 1858. The bones of the Haddonfield Hadrosaurus were taken to the Academy of Natural Sciences, and they have remained there ever since.
There are numerous festivals that take place year round, including various seasonal events for residents in homes and apartments in Haddonfield. The Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Art Festival has been going on since 1992 in the community. Featuring one-of-a-kind artwork, sculptures and clothing, this event has attracted many people over the years. Other events include the Fall Festival, Holly Festival, First Night New Year's Eve Celebration and Candlelight Shopping.
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