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The Haddon Fortnightly Club is a historic clubhouse built in 1857. The Haddon is a women's club and has several events being held regularly for the entertainment of its members. Apart from being a club, it also serves as a rental facility for private events like weddings and parties.
Greenfield Hall in its present form was built in 1841 and represents the Classical Revival style of architecture. The mansion is now the headquarters of Historical Society of Haddonfield. The society converted the mansion into a museum which presents a tour of their dining room, parlor and bed room, all restored to represent the 1841 period. The other two rooms of the house are dedicated to the collection of historic artifacts of the town. The museum is open on every first Sunday of the month between 1:00 p and 3:00 p.
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.