- Our list of the best things to do in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, features the top 238 nearby activities — including 91 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Spanning 328 acres, scenic Bellevue State Park offers various hiking/walking trails, horse stables, garden patches, and catch-and-release fishing. Playgrounds, shaded picnic areas, tennis courts, and disc golf are also available.
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32 N. Broad Street, Doylestown, PA MoreLess Info
Located in the heart of historic Bucks County is the Bucks County Civil War Round Table Library & Museum. The library and museum houses rare artifacts from the civil war and a collection of first edition books, periodicals and more.
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209 Shewell Avenue, Doylestown, PA 18901 MoreLess Info
The mission of the Bucks County School of the Performing Arts is to cultivate the abilities of the students by giving them the confidence to pursue their dreams. The school teaches jazz dancing and musical theatre lessons.
Charged with preserving and interpreting the past of local culture, Bucks County Historical Society is in charge of the Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle. The castle includes 44 rooms of unique and artistic architecture.
An indoor tennis facility, Great Valley Racquet Club is staffed by experienced tennis pros who offer individual or group tennis instruction. The facility offers open tennis hours as well as camps and clinics.
Henry Chapman Mercer built Fonthill from 1908 to 1912 as his personal home and as a place to display his collection of Moravian tiles. The home was constructed of poured concrete, of many different architectural styles.
Moravian Tile and Pottery Works is where Henry Chapman Mercer created his works during the Arts and Crafts movement. People can watch a video, take a self-guided tour, take tile making classes, and buy tiles.