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Collingswood & Haddonfield

Escape the city for the day by taking a short 20 minute train ride to the charming towns of Collingswood and Haddonfield, New Jersey.

Stroll down Restaurant Row in downtown Collingswood and choose from a number of award-winning restaurants offering cuisine from at home and abroad.  If you visit on a Saturday, be sure to check out the Collingswood Farmers’ Market, where local farmers and vendors sell fresh produce and more from May through November.

In Haddonfield, boutiques and cafes line the picturesque Kings Highway. After getting some shopping in, journey back to the 1700s by taking a free tour of the Indian King Tavern, which was a popular meeting point for generals and politicians during the American Revolution. 

How to get there

Yes - it's across the river but you can still SEPTA there. Hop the SEPTA Market-Frankford Line or Broad Street Line (Spur) to 8th Street Station and transfer to PATCO. Ride the PATCO Speedline from one of its four Center City stations: 8th & Market, 9th-10th & Locust, 12th-13th & Locust, or 15th-16th & Locust.  Take the eastbound train towards Lindenwold and get off at Collingswood or Haddonfield.


There are many ways to get here on SEPTA, there are also many ways to pay. Click here to learn which fare is best for you.

Speedline tickets are $5.20 round trip and can be purchased at all PATCO stations.