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Indian King Tavern, Haddonfield, New Jersey


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The Indian King Museum celebrates 18th-century tavern life.

IMPORTANT: If you have a group of seven or more, you must schedule your visit at least ten days in advance.

The Indian King Tavern Museum is a New Jersey Historic Site administered by the Division of Parks and Forestry of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

The tavern logs more than 4,000 visitors a year, including school groups on educational outings, tourists spending a day in Haddonfield, and others interested in the area's history and architecture. Admission is free. The tavern does not serve food or beverages but is located in the heart of Haddonfield's shopping district. There are more than a dozen small restaurants located within a 200-yard radius of the tavern's front door.

Tavern Museum hours:

  • SATURDAY - 10 a.m. to noon; 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Also, the tavern museum is sometimes open on other days when staff are available. Please call to find out which other days we're open in a given month.
  • Special provisions can be made for tour groups.

For additional information contact:

Indian King Tavern Museum
233 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield, NJ 08033

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