The City of Hammonton, NJ
The city of Hammonton is located in the state of New Jersey in Atlantic County and has a population of 13,433 as reported by the census of 2010. The largest nearby city to Hammonton is Philadelphia, approximately 39 miles from the city center.There are several family restaurants in or near Hammonton, including Kentucky Fried Chicken, Graziano Louis, Food Basket, Royale Crown Custard and Joe Italiano's Maplewood Inn. For a larger selection of Hammonton restaurants select our Restaurants tab above. Visitors and residents can enjoy nearby Hammonton Golf Courses and/or Museums, including the Buena Vista Country Club, Pinelands Golf Club, Frog Rock Golf & Country Club, Pinelands Golf Course and Batsto Village. For a more complete list of attractions in or around the city of Hammonton please click on the Attractions tab above. The following 6 airports are located in or near Hammonton:
- Atlantic City Bader Field Airport (AIY)
- Atlantic City Intl. Airport (ACY)
- Millville Municipal Airport (MIV)
- Mount Holly South Jersey Regional Airport (LLY)
- Northeast Philadelphia Airport (PNE)
- Philadelphia Intl. Airport (PHL)
Hammonton, New Jersey Climate and WeatherIn the month of March, Hammonton experiences an average high temperature of 53 degrees Fahrenheit. Low temperaturs in March are usually about 31 degrees with an average rainfall of 3.91 inches. The seasonal climate varies in Hammonton with daytime temperatures averaging 84 degrees in the summer, and 45 degrees in the winter months. Visitors can also expect Hammonton to receive an average of 3.53 inches of rainfall per/month during winter months and 3.96 inches of rainfall per/month in the summer months. The temperature has been known to get as high as 105 degrees in the summer and as low as -9 degrees in the winter so visitors planning a vacation to Hammonton should check the weather forecast to determine proper attire prior to departure. Spring and Fall bring average daytime temperatures of 66 degrees, and nighttime lows of 42.
Hammonton, New Jersey Attractions
1A. J. Meerwald - , Commercial Township,
The A.J. Meerwald is the state ship of New Jersey. She is a restored oyster dredging schooner, whose home port is in Bivalve, Commercial Township, New Jersey. Launched in 1928, A.J. Meerwald was one of hundreds of schooners built along South Jersey's Delaware Bayshore before the decline of the shipbuilding industry which coincided with the Great Depression. Today, A.J. Meerwald is used by the Bayshore Discovery Project for onboard educational programs in the Delaware Bay near Bivalve, and at other ports in the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware region.
2Abington Art Center - , Jenkintown,
Abington Art Center, located in the northern suburbs of Philadelphia, PA is a non-collecting contemporary art museum with exhibition galleries and a sculpture park. Abington Art Center’s mission is to cultivate the power of the arts – inspiring individuals and strengthening community. The Art Center supports its mission through exhibitions, a studio school for visual arts & dance, community education programs and public events at its Jenkintown, Pennsylvania cultural campus.
3Absecon Light - Atlantic City,
The Absecon Light is a coastal lighthouse located in the north end of Atlantic City, New Jersey overlooking Absecon Inlet. It is the tallest lighthouse in the state of New Jersey and is the third tallest masonry lighthouse in the US. Construction began in 1854, with the light first lit on January 15, 1857. The lighthouse was deactivated in 1933 and although the light still shines every night, it is no longer an active navigational aid.
4Academy of Natural Sciences - , Philadelphia,
The Academy of Natural Sciences is the oldest natural science research institution and museum in the New World. It was founded in 1812 by many of the leading naturalists of the young republic with its expressed mission of "the encouragement and cultivation of the sciences." For over nearly two centuries of continuous operations, the Academy has sponsored expeditions, conducted original environmental and systematics research, and amassed natural history collections containing more than 17 million specimens.
5Adventure Aquarium - Camden,
The Adventure Aquarium, formerly the New Jersey State Aquarium, is a for-profit educational entertainment attraction operated in Camden, New Jersey on the Delaware River waterfront by the Herschend Family Entertainment Corporation. It originally debuted in 1992, and re-opened in its current form on May 25, 2005, featuring about eight thousand animals living in varied forms of semi-aquatic, freshwater, and marine habitats.
6African American Museum in Philadelphia - , Philadelphia,
39°57′10.07″N 75°9′5.65″W / 39.9527972°N 75.1515694°W / 39.9527972; -75.1515694
7American Philosophical Society Museum - , Philadelphia,
The American Philosophical Society is a discussion group founded in 1743 by Benjamin Franklin as an offshoot of his earlier club, the Junto. Through research grants, published journals, the upkeep of the American Philosophical Society Museum, an extensive library, and regular meetings, the society continues to advance careful study in a wide variety of disciplines in the humanities and the sciences. The museum is located immediately east of Independence Hall and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1966.
8American Swedish Historical Museum - , Philadelphia,
The American Swedish Historical Museum is the oldest Swedish-American museum in the US. It is located in Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park in the South Philadelphia neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on part of a historic 17th-century land grant originally provided by Queen Christina of Sweden to settlers of New Sweden.
9Andalusia (Nicholas Biddle Estate) - , Andalusia,
Andalusia, which is also referred to as the Nicholas Biddle Estate, is an historic mansion and surrounding estate that can be found on the Delaware River just north of Philadelphia in the village named Andalusia for it in Bensalem Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
10Athenaeum of Philadelphia - , Philadelphia,
The Athenaeum of Philadelphia, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is a special collections library founded in 1814 to collect materials "connected with the history and antiquities of America, and the useful arts, and generally to disseminate useful knowledge" for public benefit. The Athenaeum's collections include architecture and interior design history, particularly for the period 1800 to 1945. The institution focuses on the history of American architecture and building technology, and houses architectural archives of 180,000 drawings, 350,000 photographs, and manuscript holdings of about 1,000 American architects.
Hammonton, New Jersey Hotels
3Howard Johnson Hammonton / Atlantic City
308 S White Horse Pike Atlantic
Hammonton, NJ 08037
Hammonton, New Jersey Restaurants
This is a list of Hammonton Sandwich & Deli Shops with addresses and phone numbers, including Sandwich Shops, Fast Foods & Carry Out and Pizza Restaurants. Happy Dining!
Published November 20, 2011
Hotel review for Comfort Inn Philadelphia Airport Essington Pennsylvania. Paid $99+tax on business rate; arrived at 8 pm and left at...
Published November 4, 2011
See Fabulous Philadelphia’s Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, City Hall filled with Alexander Milne Calder’s statues including William Penn’s, and the Magic Gardens
Published October 30, 2011
Botanical Garden and outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy these lovely oases in and around Philadelphia Pennsylvania ideal for family strolls and picnics!
Published October 22, 2011
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is the third largest museum in the nation, with vast collections housing hundreds of thousands of artifacts spanning various periods
Published September 29, 2011
With so many historic places to visit in Philadelphia, we managed to pack in all the main attractions and still include less known locations that make Philly so unique.
Published September 28, 2011
From the Franklin Institute to the Ben Franklin Memorial to the recreation of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia is Ben Franklin's Town