The Camden County History Alliance invites the public to join us for Camden County History Month from Oct. 1 to Oct. 31, 2022, when over thirty participating historic sites and history organizations throughout Camden County will be open with special exhibits, reenactments, and guided tours for adults and children, both in-person and virtual, spanning centuries of history. The vast majority of the more than seventy events and activities during the month are free.
Camden County History Month is hosted by the Camden County History Alliance, an association of over 50 Camden County history organizations, historic sites, and support agencies. The History Alliance was created in 2016 to identify resources, increase the number of visitors, and institute projects that promote Camden County heritage. The Camden County Historical Society manages the work of the History Alliance.
In Cherry Hill:
Cherry Hill’s Barclay Farmstead Museum’s demonstration on spinning, weaving, and butter churning on Oct. 2.
The Esther Raab Holocaust Museum and Goodwin Education Center will host the March of Remembrance with Holocaust survivors on Oct. 2, followed by a presentation by Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, that evening. The Esther Raab Holocaust Museum will also be open for tours on Oct. 16 and 27.
Be sure to tour the 18th century Indian King Tavern Museum in Haddonfield, where New Jersey’s legislature met in 1777, which is open Wednesdays to Saturdays, and Sunday afternoons.
For those looking for seasonal fun for the whole family, the Indian King Tavern Museum will be open on Oct. 8 with apple-themed activities. The Historical Society of Haddonfield will also be open on Oct. 8 for the Fall Festival with tours of historic Greenfield Hall.
The Historical Society of Haddonfield will offer Haunted Haddonfield Walking Tours on Friday and Saturday evenings, Oct. 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 & 29. Finally, the Indian King Tavern Museum will offer pumpkin carving and a sing-along with the Sea Dogs on Oct. 15.
In Gloucester Township:
The Gabriel Daveis Tavern Museum in Gloucester Township, built in 1756, will be open on both Oct. 9 and Oct. 23, featuring a new elevated walkway along the north branch of Timber Creek.
A full list of all the over 70 events during Camden County History Month, with hours and locations, is available on www.camdencountyhistoryalliance.com. Schedule is subject to change. Visit our facebook page at www.facebook.com/camdencountyhistoryalliance for additional details and updates, or pick up an event guide from any of the historic sites or at the Camden County Historical Society at 1900 Park Boulevard in Camden.