Audubon is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 8,819, reflecting a decline of 363 (-4.0%) from the 9,182 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 23 (-0.2%) from the 9,205 counted in the 1990 Census.
Restaurants in Audubon
4.5 based on 431 reviews
Located on the Camden Waterfront across the river from Center City Philadelphia the Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial offers guided and self-guided tours year-round. Climb inside the 16" gun turrets, learn explore the captain's cabins and crew's quarters and discover what life was like for a Battleship sailor. Families and youth groups can spend the night aboard the Battleship as part of the overnight encampment program.
We visited the Battleship New Jersey, earlier this month, one day, when the snow was melting. Because of that, only part of the ship was open for touring. We opted not to take the audio tour, as it was even more money; however, we may have missed something without it. The little exhibit inside was self explanatory, and so were a couple of the rooms, but I wonder if we missed any explanation of the outside of the ship. The ship and its history is impressive, and I did enjoy the exhibit on board; I just don't think that it was worth the steep price, especially since we couldn't tour the whole ship, and there was no one on the ship of whom to ask questions.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
My husband, Snook, and I have attended several Ritz Theater Company productions through the years and always come away pleased. Some of them included One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, Fiddler on the Roof, and Rent. Staging and lighting is always a challenge in small theater and this one is expert at both. Casting is pretty true to the original productions and the actors and singers are usually more than adequately suited to their parts. In addition to the shows, there is an adjoining shop which always features a local artist art exhibit which is a plus. There are snacks and coffee available for sale in the lobby for every production. The theater itself is a crumbling but comfortable work of art that lets you step back in time. We thoroughly recommend a visit to catch a show and/or maybe a season ticket.
4 based on 16 reviews
I would not be going back to Applebee's except my wife likes it and it's the only chain restaurant in the area. I stopped getting steak years ago as it was always dried out and chewy. I got the Ribbetts a year ago and it was worst meal I've ever had, shards of bone with a little meat on it. When we go now I just stick to getting a sandwich (which aren't bad) rather then be disappointed with an entree. One plus is the service. Everyone is always very friendly and give good service throughout the meal.
4.5 based on 41 reviews
First time attending the Scottish rite theater. Overall the experience was very very good. It's a small and intimate venue with an interesting history. We sat all the way in the back and still had a good view of the stage. There's plenty of free on-site parking and the nearby downtown area offers lots of pre-show dining choices. We will definitely return.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Went there with friends and was surprised they did not have food. a couple of places around the corner...walking distance had food you could take out and eat there. Young crowd drinking beer; that's their main attraction.
4 based on 1 reviews
Adventure Aquarium is just minutes from downtown Philadelphia on the Camden Waterfront and features one-of-a-kind exhibits with more than 8,500 aquatic species throughout two million gallons of water. The Aquarium is home to the largest collection of sharks on the East Coast, including the only Great Hammerhead shark on exhibit in the United States, the only aquarium in the world to exhibit hippos, one of only six facilities in the US to have Little Blue penguins as permanent residents and exhibits the longest Shark Bridge in the world, a unique V-shaped rope suspension bridge just inches over Shark Realm. Adventure Aquarium is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), and is held to the absolute highest standards in animal care and exhibition.
Unbelievably expensive for a family of four with young teens and terrifyingly could-not-be-to-code overcrowded. This place was trashed! A wreck! We waited in line with probably 600 people and once we arrived inside were overwhelmed by the crowds. There is apparently no timed entry ... it's simply 'best of luck when you get inside'! Make sure to hold onto your young children's hands or you will LOSE THEM HERE! There was literally no place to go... no area to breathe... you could not see the sea life as the rampant unattended children were climbing all over the ledges that were in front of each exhibit. The floor, stairs, tables, chairs, all were covered with trash, food detritus, diapers (diapers!!) kleenex, toys... unbelievable mess. There was an elderly lady with a DOG inside, probably a service dog didn't see a vest, but she was draped in exhaustion on one of the benches and her dog was resting just underneath the bench and we STEPPED on the DOG'S HEAD because we could not SEE it... this was horrible! Horrible! The staff was totally overwhelmed and doing nothing to contain these crowds. We lasted about 15 minutes inside at which point our teenage son asked ' if there is a fire will we survive?' Scary. Time. To. Go. Upon leaving we saw two police officers outside with a lost child who was in fits of fear.. completely catatonic... would not allow anyone near her or to help her. Terrible, terrible visit. We will never return.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Wife and I visited here once last year. We are back in the area(we go between England and US) and decided to go again. Amazing place. Great variety of beers on tap. Something for everyone. The servers were very welcoming and friendly. We chatted with...MoreThanks so much for your thoughtful review!! :) FYI, besides street parking, there's also a parking garage at the end of Powell Lane (pay at the kiosk) or you can park at the Sun National Bank across the street.
4 based on 203 reviews
We decided to stop by and see the Easter Bunny, because why not? We had a great afternoon. There was some kind of tea party going on, lots of music and fun activities and the Easter bunny staff was great with the kids. Would definitely recommend this place for Easter Bunny pictures, even though it's a little pricey.
5 based on 15 reviews
You are placed inside a fun themed room and have 60 minutes to solve the task at hand using the clues and puzzles hidden throughout. It's a hectic, fun and challenging dash as you and up to nine other players work furiously to complete your objective before the time runs out.
I highly recommend this for everyone! It was such a different night out for a reasonable price. The people running it were fantastic. The clues were hard but not impossible. My friend is claustrophobic, so I was worried, but they assured her the door would be unlocked if she needed to get out. The room was big enough and she was fine. We only had 4 people. I think it would be more fun with a bigger group. There is plenty of nearby parking. The people that run it are really nice. Collingswood is a nice town. Have dinner there and make a night of it. We are definitely going back! 2 thumbs up!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Featuring over 80 concessions, this historic market has something for even the most eclectic of tastebuds.
Large building with multiple stalls. Some shopping, but mostly food of all types to eat in an informal setting. Definitely not high end, but a gret place to go if you like to sample things you might not find in other places and great variations of food you will find at home. Inexpensive for a big city. Generous portions. Close to the convention center. Some times it is difficult to find a seat. There is a general seating area and some places have their own areas. We shared a table with a group of students from Peru who spoke English and were there as delegates to a Youth Convention. It was a memorable experience. We always stop at the Amish stand for big, soft pretzels no matter what else. Dres informally, but you will see folks in suits as well -- usually at an event at the convention center or from local offices. If you have access to your car, there's a lot of fresh produce, meat, cheese, fish, nuts, candy etc to take home. Bring a cooler.
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