Introduction to Cinnaminson, New Jersey
Cinnaminson, New Jersey, in Burlington county, is 4 miles NE of Cherry Hill, New Jersey and 9 miles E of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The people of the town are in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Cinnaminson has a population of 14,595.
Cinnaminson originally served as hunting ground for the Lenni Lenape Native American. The name Cinnaminson comes from a Lenape term "Senamensing," which means sweet water. The township of Cinnaminson was created from a portion of Chester Township. It was officially incorporated in March 1860.
Cinnaminson and nearby Attractions
- Painted Bride Art Center
- The Please Touch Museum
- National Constitution Center
- Liberty Bell Center
- Wellington Park
- Riverton Country Club
Things To Do In Cinnaminson
Cinnaminson has eight beautifully maintained parks which have been designed to facilitate a variety of activities. The town has excellent sports programs for adults and children. The local theater regularly serves as a venue for entertainment and educational programs. One can also visit the city of Philadelphia, which is a short drive away.
Philadelphia International is the nearest major airport.
Cinnaminson Higher Education
The nearest colleges are Gratz College, Holy Family College and Manor College.