Comfort Inn & Suites
6000 Crawford Place
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Phone: (856) 727-0010
Fax: (856) 793-0920
The Wine Room hosts wine events for private groups, as well as offering group winemaking courses for families, friends or co-workers, and wine and food seminars that are held in a setting that recalls a beautiful Tuscan village.
The Samuel Cole House is a significant home in the Cherry Hill region of Camden County in New Jersey. It was erected in 1743 and occupies immense monumental value. The site has paved its way to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
The stone gateway that leads to the house of the superintendent of the cemetery, the office and the chapel is the Gatehouse at Colestown Cemetery. Adapting the Italian and Romanesque style of architecture, this beautiful gatehouse was included in the U.S National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
Chapel Avenue's two-mile avenue of blossoming cherry trees is a spectacular annual Spring ocurrence.
This library features a wide array of books, periodicals, journals, reference and research materials, CDs, audio tapes, video tapes, DVDs, and more.
Adjacent to the township municipal building, the Mount Laurel Library houses an extensive collection of fiction and non-fiction books, DVDs, newspapers, magazines, audiobooks, videos, CDs, and more. Two meeting rooms are available for use by non-profit organizations.
This eighty acre site was once the site of a working farm and mill and a stop on the Underground Railroad, and now functions as a vibrant arts center; the grounds are centered around a sixteen room farmhouse, the original section of which was constructed in 1753. The site is now home to the Cherry Hill Arts Center.
The renowned Samuel Mickle House is also referred to as the Hip Roof House. The historic home was constructed in 1736 and is also a registered site on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Haddonfield Historic District is a charming little district which has its roots back to 1701. Spread across an area of 203 acres (82 hectares), the district has a mix of Late Victorian, Mid 19th Century Revival and Federal styles of architecture. It got itself a spot in the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
This refuge for injured and orphaned wildlife also features nature trails and some
The oldest known house in the historically African-American town of Lawnside, the Peter Mott House was residence of Peter Mott, a free African-American preacher who was the first Sunday school superintendent at Mount Pisgah African Methodist Episcopal Church in Lawnside, and his wife, Eliza. Mott was an agent of the Underground Railroad. Now a public museum open on Saturdays or by appointment, the restored house is listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places.
An important feeding site for migratory birds, the 250-acre Palmyra Cove Nature Park with woodlands, wetlands, a tidal cove and a wild 1.6-mile river shoreline is situated in a highly developed area just south of the Tacony Palmyra Bridge on the Delaware River.