Things to do in Lindenwold, NJ

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1. Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is a neoclassical building set on a hill overlooking the city. This huge museum displays more than 227,000 objects in 200-plus galleries. From textiles and tools to paintings and photos, the exhibits include art from America, Europe and Asia. The museum complex includes the Rodin Museum, the Anne d’Harnoncourt Sculpture Garden and the nearby Perelman Building.
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One of the country’s largest museums, with hundreds of thousands of objects, a Rodin Museum, renowned impressionist art and a sculpture garden.

2. Rittenhouse Square

Explore the great outdoors with a trip to Rittenhouse Square, a popular green space in Philadelphia. Amble around this vibrant area's college campus or attend a sporting event.
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Explore the great outdoors with a trip to Rittenhouse Square, a popular green space in Philadelphia. Amble around this vibrant area's college campus or attend a sporting event.

3. University of Pennsylvania

Walk around the campus of University of Pennsylvania, a top college in Philadelphia. Experience the fascinating museums and acclaimed theater scene in this vibrant area.
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Walk around the campus of University of Pennsylvania, a top college in Philadelphia. Experience the fascinating museums and acclaimed theater scene in this vibrant area.

4. Liberty Bell Center

The Liberty Bell Center has just one purpose: showcasing the bell that became the symbol of America’s independence. The bell has a resounding history in Philadelphia and the nation; it was rang through the town to announce the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence, on July 8, 1776.
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Set in the historical heart of the city, this glass pavilion that houses America’s symbol of independence is one of the most visited sights in Philadelphia.

5. Reading Terminal Market

The Reading Terminal Market is an indoor attraction in downtown Philadelphia. You’ll find a wide range of international cuisine, but most out-of-towners head straight to the merchants selling local treats before browsing the craft stalls. The farmers’ market is a good place to stock up on organic produce for a picnic lunch while you take in the aroma of freshly baked treats and exotic spices.
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An enclosed market where you can sample Philly cheesesteaks, shoofly pies, soft pretzels and other local treats, or stock up on organic produce and handmade crafts.

6. Pennsylvania Convention Center

Find out what's happening at Pennsylvania Convention Center during your trip—a top convention center in Philadelphia. Amble around this vibrant area's college campus or attend a sporting event.
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Find out what's happening at Pennsylvania Convention Center during your trip—a top convention center in Philadelphia. Amble around this vibrant area's college campus or attend a sporting event.

7. Eastern State Penitentiary

The thick stone walls of the old Eastern State Penitentiary’s large square building with its central watch house look stark and daunting. But when you tour the now-closed prison, built in 1829, you’ll find that the place was actually not so harsh for its time. Sky-lit cells let in natural light. Gardens and even pets were allowed in the exercise yards. The jail’s approach was innovative for time: not just to punish, but to make the convicted men and women regret and reform.
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Walk the blocks of the old jail that set the benchmark for a modern prison system worldwide and take a peek inside the cells of notorious gangsters.

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Things to Do in Lindenwold with Kids

There's fun for the whole family no matter where you go in Lindenwold. Here are a few family friendly experiences you can do together that are certain to make your trip a blast:


 

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