|#1 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Paws Farm Nature Center
1105 Hainesport Mount Laurel Mt Laurel NJ - 856-778-8795
~4.72 miles from Westampton city center
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This refuge for injured and orphaned wildlife also features nature trails and some "touch and feel" exhibits where children may pet and feed some of the animals.Contact: 856-778-8795
|#2 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Mount Laurel NJ
~5.30 miles from Westampton city center
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The Funplex is a spectacular family entertainment center. Exciting indoor and outdoor attractions and arcade activities make this a great to come with family, friends, and on company outings. And the packages we make for special visits of all kinds — from birthday parties to corporate team-building outings, make this ideal for your special event!
|#3 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Laurel Acres Park
Mount Laurel NJ
~8.11 miles from Westampton city center
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Laurel Acres Park, located in Mount Laurel NJ is an award winning park in New Jersey.Address: 1045 S. Church Street, Mount Laurel, NJ 080543 Major Playground Areas for ChildrenPavilion and grills for summer fun.Parcourse Fitcenter - Exercise Training AreaDog RunFishing Lake stocked by U.S. Fish and WildlifeNature Trails carved through woodsJogging/RollerBlading Path Throughout ParkSledding Hill - WinterConcerts on the Hill - SummerVeterans' MemorialBeach Volleyball CourtRestroom and Vending Facilities90 Foot Infield Championship Baseball FieldNew 60 Foot Infield Baseball Quad (Four Fields)Five Soccer Fields.
|#4 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Cherokee High School
~9.79 miles from Westampton city center
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|#5 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
La Luna Banquet Hall
4610 Bensalem Blvd. Bensalem PA - (215) 633-8395
~10.01 miles from Westampton city center
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|#6 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Garden State Discovery Museum
Mount Laurel NJ
~10.60 miles from Westampton city center
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The is a hands-on museum for infants to 10 years olds and their favorite adults. The Discovery Museum offers fifteen larger-than-life, kid-powered, interactive exhibit areas. Every exhibit is an invitation to touch, explore, and create.
|#7 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
400 Pennsbury Memorial Rd Morrisville PA - 215-736-9169
~10.64 miles from Westampton city center
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|#8 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Franklin Mills Mall
~11.09 miles from Westampton city center
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Stand-alone stores adjacent to the main mall include Wal-Mart, Pathmark (formerly known as Super Fresh), Dick's Sporting Goods and Raymour & Flanigan in a failed Carrefour building, plus various fast food eateries and restaurants. In addition, there is a neighboring strip mall called "Franklin Marketplace" (former Home & Design Center) which now serves as a campus of the CHI Institute and also a Big Lots store. Also included on site are a Bally Total Fitness gym, a non-denominational church called Bethel, The Church @ Franklin Mills, a Sam's Club, and a Toys "?" Us.
|#9 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~11.26 miles from Westampton city center
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Byberry is a place name in Northeast Philadelphia that can have several references.Byberry is a neighborhood in the far northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Originally it was incorporated as the Township of Byberry and was the northeasternmost municipality of Philadelphia County before the City and County consolidated in 1854.Byberry had a strong abolitionist presence and may have been an original stop on the Underground Railroad. Today, the area occupied by the township is mostly synonymous with the neighborhood of Somerton, as neighborhoods Byberry and Somerton tend to overlap.Byberry can also refer to Byberry Road, an often-congested traffic artery that connects to Roosevelt Boulevard (U.S. 1) and the unfinished Woodhaven Road Expressway (Pennsylvania Route 63), eventu...
|#10 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~11.32 miles from Westampton city center
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Torresdale, also formerly known as Torrisdale, is a neighborhood in the Far Northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Torresdale is located along the Delaware River between Holmesburg and Bensalem Township in neighboring Bucks County.The adjacent confluence of the Poquessing Creek with the Delaware River had been favored by William Penn's surveyor, Thomas Holme, as the site for the city that Penn planned to found. Although a more southerly site was finally selected, Holme and others acquired property there, where he is buried.
|#11 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Morrell Park (Neighborhood)
~11.54 miles from Westampton city center
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Morrell Park is a neighborhood located in the Northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located on the eastern side of the Far Northeast, north of Grant Avenue and east of Northeast Philadelphia Airport.Morrell Park is primarily a residential district, with only a handful of small industries, all of which are located within twelve and a half miles of the Northeast Philadelphia Airport. The residences themselves consist mostly of rowhouses, but Morrell Park is distinctive in that most of its row homes have garages in front, facing and with access to the street, something quite different from the traditional Philadelphia rowhouse design. (An exception is one side of one block of Wessex Lane and Churchill Lane, where houses have garages in the back with access ...
|#12 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Childrens Regional Center
6412 Main St Voorhees NJ - 856-751-9339
~12.00 miles from Westampton city center
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6412 Main StVoorhees, NJ 08043856-751-9339
|#13 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
PARX Casino and Philadelphia Racetrack
~12.53 miles from Westampton city center
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|#14 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~12.75 miles from Westampton city center
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Parkwood is a neighborhood located in the Far Northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The neighborhood is generally bound by Red Lion Road to the east of the Roosevelt Boulevard, Knights Road to the northwest and Academy Road to the southeast. The community is situated between the Poquessing Creek and Woodhaven Expressway. The neighborhood was developed in the late 1950’s as a planned residential community. The predominant housing type is the brick row house. Parkwood has a neighborhood shopping center as well as the regional Franklin Mills Mall which is located immediately to the east of Parkwood's residential area.
|#15 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Garden State Discovery Museum
16 Springdale Rd Cherry Hill NJ - 856-424-1233
~13.17 miles from Westampton city center
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2040 Springdale RoadCherry Hill, NJ 08003phone:856-424-1233website:Garden State Discovery MuseumThe is a hands-on museum for infants to 10 years olds and their favorite adults. The Discovery Museum offers fifteen larger-than-life, kid-powered, interactive exhibit areas. Every exhibit is an invitation to touch, explore, and create.
|#16 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~13.54 miles from Westampton city center
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Mayfair is a neighborhood located in the Lower Northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania centered on the intersection of Cottman and Frankford Avenues. It is bordered by Tacony to the south and east, Holmesburg to the east, Pennypack Park to the north, and Oxford Circle and Rhawnhurst to the west.[
|#17 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Harris School of Business
654 Longwood Ave Cherry Hill NJ - 856-662-5300
~13.66 miles from Westampton city center
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With enrollment in a program at Harris School of Business, you can achieve a certificate in one of many topics related to some of the most promising industries in the United States today. Part of the Premier Education Group, Harris is dedicated to the best career-based training program offering that can be offered in today's demanding society. The school has branches in Cherry Hill, Linwood, and Trenton, New Jersey, as well as Wilmington, Delaware, making it conveniently accessible to residents all over both states. The innovative method of career-based education taught through hands-on application with state-of-the-art equipment and real world technologies also helps students to learn at an accelerated pace and apply their newly acquired skills and knowledge in a new profession sooner.
|#18 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~13.69 miles from Westampton city center
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Tacony is a neighborhood in Northeast Philadelphia, about 10 miles from Center City. It is bounded by Frankford Avenue on the northwest, Cottman Avenue on the northeast, Levick Street on the southwest, and the Delaware River and Interstate 95 on the southeast. Early Swedish records spell it Taokanick, a Lenape word for "forest" or "wilderness." Tacony's ZIP code, along with Wissinoming and East Mayfair, is 19135.The Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, one of only two Delaware River spans connecting New Jersey with northeast Philadelphia (the other being the Betsy Ross Bridge further downstream), has its Pennsylvania terminus in Tacony. The bridge, which carries Pennsylvania Route 73, connects with New Jersey Route 73 in Palmyra, New Jersey.The neighborhood is known for having a large Italian Americ...
|#19 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~13.94 miles from Westampton city center
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Sesame Place is not only a fun place to bring young kids, there are rides and attractions that will appeal to all ages.Sesame Place might be assumed to only be a place to bring young kids, but it is not. While young kids familiar with Sesame Street the TV show and the Children's Television Workshop (CTW) will enjoy the surroundings and characters, older kids (of all ages) will enjoy the rides and many of the parks features. The rides are usually grouped into two age groups: under 7 only and those of most ages (small children will be required to participate with a responsible adult/older person).The rides are grouped into two categories: wet and dry. Some people see the parks as primarily a water park, but there are plenty of things to do to stay dry. The wet rides are tubing st...
|#20 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Sahara Sam's Indoor Water Park
535 N. Route 73 West Berlin NJ
~14.07 miles from Westampton city center
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|#21 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~14.45 miles from Westampton city center
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Somerton is located in the Far Northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The neighborhood is generally bound by Tomlinson Road to the south, Roosevelt Boulevard to the east, East County Line Road and Poquessing Creek to the north, and the Philadelphia County / Montgomery County line to the west. Somerton is adjacent to the Philadelphia neighborhoods of Bustleton, Normandy, and Byberry, the townships of Bensalem and Lower Southampton in Bucks County, and Lower Moreland Township in Montgomery County. The area is home to a large and fast-growing foreign-born population, most notably of Russian and Indian immigrants.Somerton's Zip Code is 19116, with its Post Office located at the northeast corner of Hendrix and Banes Sts.
|#22 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~14.50 miles from Westampton city center
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Bridesburg is a neighborhood in the Northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Bridesburg has a significant Polish community and continues to be a destination from incoming immigrants from Poland to live. The Polish community is centered around the various Polish establishments, most notably, Saint John Cantius Church, built in Polish Cathedral style.
|#23 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~14.72 miles from Westampton city center
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Rhawnhurst is a residential neighborhood in the Northeast section of Philadelphia, named for George and William Rhawn by area real estate developers. Roughly bordered by Cottman Avenue to the south, Pennway Street to the west, the Pennypack Creek to the north, and Roosevelt Boulevard to the east, Rhawnhurst encompasses zip codes 19152 and part of zip code 19111. The geographic center of Rhawnhurst is at the intersection of Castor Avenue and Rhawn Street.
|#24 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~14.72 miles from Westampton city center
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Waterfront Park continues to be one of the best draws in all of minor league baseball. Whether it's because of the stadium itself, or because of the 3.5 million people that live in the vicinity, can be debated. When it was built in '94, Waterfront was one of the first of the new breed of stadiums - those that have an open concourse at the top of the seating bowl, with luxury boxes stacked on top. So having visited for the first time in '99, I was not as impressed as I might have been several years ago. Still there is little debating that this is one of the finest parks in the Eastern League. Set on the Delaware River, the water can be seen over the right field fence. So for those who can see the water from their seats, this is definitely a scenic park. The Thunder put on a good show with m...
|#25 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~14.83 miles from Westampton city center
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Frankford is a large and important neighborhood in the lower Northeast section of Philadelphia situated about six miles northeast of Center City. Although its borders are ill-defined, the neighborhood is bounded roughly by the original course of Frankford Creek, now roughly Adams to Aramingo Avenues, Roosevelt Boulevard, and Cheltenham Avenue. Adjacent neighborhoods are Bridesburg, Kensington, Juniata, Oxford Circle, Summerdale, and Wissinoming. Historically, Frankford had an unofficial division separating Frankford (proper) from East Frankford encompassing the area east of Frankford Avenue. The division divided the community first along racial lines, with Caucasians on the west of Frankford Avenue and African Americans to the east. As the community has become less homogeneous, the divisio...
|#26 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~15.04 miles from Westampton city center
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The Bustleton section of Northeast Philadelphia is located in the Far Northeast, north of Rhawnhurst and Fox Chase and south of Somerton; sitting between Roosevelt Boulevard to the east, the city boundary to the west, Red Lion Road (PA-63) to the north, and Pennypack Park to the south, it is centered at the intersection of Grant Avenue and Bustleton Avenue (PA-532) and is completely included in the 19115 postal zip code.In the early history of the city, Bustleton was known as a rich farming area. Common legend states that the early neighborhood centered on the Bussleton Tavern, a local bar established before the American Revolution. Pennypack Park is part of the Fairmount Park system and was the site of much industry including mills. The area was a trading center and had hotels drawing f...
|#27 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Sovereign Bank Arena
81 Hamilton Ave Trenton NJ - 609-656-3200
~15.36 miles from Westampton city center
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The Sun National Bank Center (formerly known as the Sovereign Bank Arena, and also referred to as the Mercer County Arena) is a $53 million, 8,500 seat arena in Trenton, New Jersey, that is home to the Trenton Devils of the ECHL and other special events. In 2011 it will be home to the Trenton Steel of the American Indoor Football Association. Naming rights to the arena were bought by Sovereign Bank for a ten year, $2.7 million term in support of its newly acquired Trenton Savings Bank and other New jersey branches. On November 13, 2009, Sun National Bank signed a naming rights deal for seven years for $2.1 million.The Arena opened on October 6, 1999 with a World Wrestling Entertainment event. Since opening, the Arena has hosted over 1200 events with over 4,000,000 guests attending and ha...
|#28 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Fox Chase (Neighborhood)
~15.67 miles from Westampton city center
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Fox Chase is a neighborhood in the Northeast Philadelphia section of the United States city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The origin of the name comes from The "Fox Chase Inn" which opened in 1705. It thrived on the Turnpike trade, but it also catered to the affluent who wanted to hunt fox, thus the name "Fox Chase".
|#29 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
Port Richmond (Neighborhood)
~16.17 miles from Westampton city center
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Port Richmond, also referred to as simply Richmond, is a neighborhood in the Richmond District of the United States city Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is notable for its extremely large Polish immigrant and Polish American community. The neighborhood is also home to sizable Irish, German and Italian communities as represented in the various churches and organizations. In more recent years, a sizable Albanian community has moved in. The Richmond Zip Code is 19134.The neighborhood is bounded by Castor Ave. on the north, Lehigh Ave. on the south, I-95 and the Delaware River to the east, and the railroad along Trenton Avenue/Martha Street to the west. While some people dispute the western boundary of the neighborhood, stating either Aramingo Avenue or Front Street, general consensus among r...
|#30 of 30 Things To Do in Westampton|
~16.29 miles from Westampton city center
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Harleigh Cemetery is a historic cemetery located in both Collingswood and Camden, New Jersey. Harleigh Cemetery and Crematorium is one of the oldest cemeteries in New Jersey. Named Camden County Veterans Cemetery in 2007, the current President is Louis Cicalese. Harleigh cemetery is over 130 acres (0.53 km2) of lush mature grounds situated on the Cooper River a short drive from Philadelphia. The cemetery has been listed on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places since 1995 (as ID #2829).