Forgotten Boardwalk is a family-friendly brewery located in Cherry Hill. Apart from craft beer, taste the funnel Cake Ale at the brewery. Besides, you can face-off against your friends or even the owner at one of the skeeball machines.
Barclay Farm House is a Federal-style farmhouse dating back to the 19th Century. Spanning across 32 acres (12.95 hectares) of land, the farmhouse features a herb garden, farm buildings, playground, community gardens, orchard and nature trails following River Cooper. Besides numerous tours of the interiors, the house also plays host to outdoor concerts, craft fairs and other such cultural events. If you want to glimpse at a slice of local history and culture, then a visit to Barclay Farm House can be a great idea. Note that besides the usual timings, Barclay Farm House is also open to the public on the first Sunday of every month from April to November between 12p to 4p.
Located close to Evans Pond, the Croft Farm Arts Center was once a mill and a farm which has since been converted into a multipurpose venue. The center hosts a variety of local and cultural events, meetings and seminars. Within the large space, the Croft Farm Arts Center is home to smaller venues such as the Carriage House, the Kay Evans House, and four studio rooms. In the past, the center has hosted classical concerts, cabaret shows and photography exhibitions.
Cherry Hill Public Library is housed in a municipal structure owned by the municipality. The present structure was designed in the year 2004 by Malcolm Wells, a leading architect. The edifice features a rather unconventional design plan.
For those who love wine and wan to make their own, The Wine Room of Cherry Hill presents a fabulous chance. Spread across 8000 square feet(743.22 square meters), this Hands On Winery is among the new wave of DIY winemakers. The brainchild of Kenton and Kathy Nice who are behind Coda Rossa Winery, you can join other wine enthusiasts and make your own label. Using only fresh grapes, this winery offers two seasons in wine-making every year. Fall is for Californian wines while spring is Chilean wines. The entire process is divided into four different sessions, each going up to two hours. From crushing to pressing, barreling and then bottling, you will learn the art of wine-making at this place. Feel like a professional as you use licensed winery tools and Italian wine presses. Sample wines before you start making your own. The prices vary as it all depends upon the quantity and variety of wine. Definitely an experience not to be missed.
When it opened in 1829 Eastern State Penitentiary was one of the largest prison facilities built in the country. The penitentiary experimented with previously unheard ideas of incarceration that prioritized reformation over punishment. A form of solitary confinement was the rule, on the theory inmates would use the time for prayer, reflection and penitence. Despite the cost and efforts taken, the system was not a success and numerous challenges finally led it to close in the 1970s, but not before inspiring numerous similar prison systems around the world. Inmates formerly incarcerated here include arch-criminal Al Capone and bank robber Willie Horton. Although it stands today in crumbling condition, visitors will find it fascinating to explore the vaulted cell blocks and central rotunda.
This 400-seat theater has a rich heritage and an interesting past. It began as a cinema in the late 1920s, and by the 1970s it had become an exclusive venue for adult movies. In 1985, a local theater company purchased the building and re-established it as a theater venue. Grease, Some Enchanted Evening, Fences, and Of Mice and Men are some of the current productions at this venue.