Hotels in Cherry Hill start at $64 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Cherry Hill, New Jersey was founded in 1844 and was originally known as Delaware Township before the name changed in 1961 to Cherry Hill. Originally a farm that became a tavern, then a movie theater, and several housing developments, Cherry Hill enjoyed a long local history before the township itself adopted it. The town lies just across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, and the cheap hotels in Cherry Hill, NJ make it a budget-friendly place to stay when you're in the area.
Philadelphia International Airport is 17 miles west of Cherry Hill— to get there, take SEPTA's Airport Line to 30th Street Station, then change to NJ's Atlantic City Rail Line. Alternatively, take a cab from Zone 5 at the airport, or collect a rental car from Zone 2. You can also pick up Cherry Hill car rentals later if you don't get a vehicle at the airport. After checking in to your choice of Cherry Hill hotels, there are several attractions in town to visit. The Garden State Discovery Museum is an interactive science museum that kids in particular will love. Barclay Farmstead Museum also gives you the chance to get hands-on as you learn about the agricultural history of the area. Croft Farm Arts Center used to be a farm, but now provides a showcase for the performing arts, so try to catch a show when you're in town. The best place for nightlife is the big city of Philadelphia, just eight miles to the northwest— party the night away at Rittenhouse Square in Center City West. If you're visiting some of the city's historic attractions such as Independence Hall or the Liberty Bell the next day, look into Philadelphia hotel deals so you won't have far to go in the morning.
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