Friends of the Indian King Tavern Museum

Friends of the Indian King Tavern Museum

Living History in Haddonfield, NJ

Dedicated to the preservation, restoration and interpretation of the Tavern Museum

Indian King Tavern Museum’s more than 270 year-old historic building is New Jersey’s first state-owned historic site (1903). It’s where New Jersey completed the transition from colony to State passing laws revising election procedures, creating township governments, and setting up state courts. At the Indian King, the assembly passed measures imposing martial law, strengthening the militia, regulating a war economy, and providing emergency support to the Continental Army after its defeat at Brandywine. We know that more might be done with this marvelous space, if we had the resources available. Our mission is to obtain those resources so that more people can benefit from this amazing historical relic.


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NJ Sea Dogs – Open House!

Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014 The Sea Dogs performances consist of traditional sea chanties, which are work-songs used on boats and ships, foc’sle songs, sung for [Read More...]

FRIENDS OF THE INDIAN KING TAVERN PRESENT…

Please note: The Governor’s Ball previously scheduled for Saturday, September 20th has been postponed  

Museum hours:

The Museum is currently opened

Thursday-Saturday from:
10am - Noon and 1pm - 4pm.

Please call the tavern at (856) 429-6792 to confirm current hours.

Tours:

Call 856-429-6792 to inquire about tours