The Historical Society of Haddonfield is headquartered in stately Greenfield Hall (National Historic Registry), built in 1841 by John Gill, IV.
Displayed within are collections of furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries, early New Jersey glass, needlework samplers and costumes dating back to the 1700's. A pottery exhibit, doll and toy collection as well as an extensive tool museum add to the attractions.
VIsitors can also enjoy the beautifully landscaped gardens of Greenfield Hall. Ancient boxwoods, enormous hydrangeas and a colorful display of seasonal flowers compliment the sculpted garden area and quaint patios. The perfect spot for hosting a wedding, garden party or social event.
Both Greenfield Hall and the Gardens of Greenfield Hall are available for rental.
Next door, in the newly restored Samuel Mickle House, the Historical Society Library houses early manuscripts, maps, deeds and a wealth of local information available to the public for research purposes.
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