Camden is a city in Camden County, New Jersey, which separates the Delaware River from Philadelphia. Camden is a city of the old industrial boom and is in a tough time.
Decades of abandonment of investment and mismanagement by the government have contributed to a significant rise in Canden crime rates, and many parts of the city have become a hotbed of violence related to gangs and drugs. However, the government has started to develop the waterside of the Delaware River. Now it's a popular destination for tourists to see the Philadelphia skyline and to offer many activities to adults and children. Headings of violence and crime in Camden may prevent many tourists from visiting the Philadelphia district, but it may be worth a trip to the waterfront in a day.
Camden, on the whole, is not dangerous. Although some are not the best, the whole Camden is a friendly place. a place full of success and happiness Camden is known to be dangerous, but it's not really. If you visit Camden, you're unlikely to see something bad.
- The New Jersey Transit handles the bus routes to the city.
- MegaBus Pittsburgh, State University and Harrisburg to Canden directly. In Philadelphia, across the river, more cities offer services.
- From Philadelphia, take Ben Franklin Bridge or Walt Whitman Bridge to New Jersey. Camden is directly opposite Philadelphia.
- From New York and northern New Jersey to Turnpike Route 73 North (exit 4). I-295 South to exit 26. Follow the signs I-676 and Camden.
- From Delaware to New Jersey on the Delaware Bridge. I-295 North to exit 26. as directed by New York and northern New Jersey.
- The nearest major airport is Philadelphia International Airport (PHL IATA), which takes about 20 minutes. You can pick up a taxi (expensive) from the airport or use a public transportation system. By train, take the SEPTA Airport Line to Jefferson Station, and then take the eighth to Market Patco station, which is five blocks away. From there, we enter the PATCO high speed line into Camden.
- The PATCO High Speed Line is a railway line that runs between Center City Philadelphia and Lindenwald, New Jersey. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is rare between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. The fare for downtown Camden was $1.40 from Philadelphia, and $1.60 from other stations in South Jersey.
- The River Line is a light railway line that connects the Delaware River in New Jersey to 20 stations between Trenton and Camden. During the rush hour, trains are operated every 15 minutes and every 30 minutes. Trains run until 1:00 a.m. on Saturdays and until 10:00 p.m. otherwise. At the Walter Land Transportation Center in Camden, it connects to the PATCO high speed line. The one-way fare between Trenton and Camden is $1.50. There is a discount for the elderly, children and families. Monthly path is available.
- From May to September, RiverLink Ferry, Columbus Blvd and Walnut Street ☏ +1 215-925-LINK (5465), ✉[email protected], RiverLink Ferry is the most fun way to cross the Delaware River when visiting the Camden Waterside and historic pen landing. From the open deck of a two-story ferry, visitors can enjoy the view, either from within or over the cabin. It's also a great place for a private party. The ferry runs between Penslanding and the Camden Water Front in Center City Philadelphia. A ship travels between two points on an hourly pay. When the event is held, an express service is provided to the Susquehanna Bank Center, and a ferry is operated until the end of the event for 30 minutes. Round-trip services: $7 for adults, $65 for elderly people, $3-$12 for children, $6 for children, and less than 3 children free.
This is the easiest way to avoid Camden. There are enough parking lots near the water and you can see everyday attractions.
Since most of the precious attractions in Canden are concentrated in the Riverfront and the University of Rutgers, it is a walking option to park your car once and decide where to go. Walking by the water is very fun on especially beautiful days.
- Fortuna Taxi, 1435 River Ave, #B, +1 856-757-9590
- Fortuna Taxi Service, 2817 Sherman Abe, +1 856-365-8373
- Independent Cab, 1437 Haddon Ave, +1 856-966-3233
- Gonzalez Cab, 792 N 30th St +1 856 338-1743
By public transportation
New Jersey Transit runs the entire Camden railroad. The NJ transit reverse line runs near the waterside. The Walter Land Transportation Center is a big junction where PATCO trains can travel to Philadelphia and Riverline. The city hall (the intersection of Fifth Market Street) is the nearest station from PATCO Station, but if you walk down the market from the aquarium for about ten minutes, you'll be separated from the music hall. If you don't want to walk, it's better for the passengers from Philadelphia to land at Patco's Broadway Stop (a part of the Walterland complex) and catch RiverLine to the aquarium and the entertainment center stop at the waterside.
- 1 USS Battlefield New Jersey Museum, 62 Battleship Place, +1 856 966-1652, Toll-Free: ✉[email protected] A guided tour of the most decorated battleship "Big J" in the U.S. Navy finds a dangerous and exciting life for sailors. Listen to the stories about your duties in World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Persian Gulf War, and use the 4D flight simulator to experience direct combat. You'll have your SEEHAWK aircraft fly into the battle against the enemy on the water next to the battleship. Then we will visit the radar and sonar follow-up station, which reflects the dramatic image of the actual missile launch of Tomahawk. Staying overnight on the boat is part of a night camp program.
- 2 Walt Whitman House, 328 Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd. (Mickle Blvd), ☏+1 856-964-5383. W-Sa 10AM-Noun and 1-4PM; Su 1-4PM. Guided tour only. Call the tour schedule. The house of the famous poet Walt Whitman is only a historic landmark in the country. The small house is now a museum that collects the heritage of this great American poet, and it has a large collection of original letters, personal belongings, photos and furniture. The Harley Cemetery, Whitman's last resort, is not far from home. Free. The donation was collected.
- Wiggins Park and Marina, Mickle Bullbud. In the river, , . Located between the Adventure Aquarium and the Battle's Ship, Wiggins Park & Marina is a 50-slip marina, a walkway along the Delaware River, a summer walk on the river stage, a Barbeck tour, a skyline in the river and Philadelphia all year round. At free concerts, including the annual Sunset Jazz Series, and hot spots at waterside festivals, the boat can dock up to 30 feet of a ship during the days, weeks, months and seasons.
- 3 Adventure Aquarium, 1 Riverside Dr, Toll-Free: . More than two dozen sharks in a 550,000-gallon shark realm. a 4-D theater The Adventure Aquarium discovers all exotic animals through the experience of a river in West Africa (the only birch and flying bird house in the aquarium), the 40-foot shark tunnel, the Jules Verne Gallery. Adults (13+) $31.99; Children (2-12) $21.99.
- 4 Canden Children's Garden, 3 Riverside Dr (Canden Waterside), ☏ -365-TREE (8733) W-Su 10AM-5PM. Children can play and find the natural world. You can take a miniature train through the story garden, find a series of activities in the Butterfly House, look at the carousel, find the dinosaur garden, find the Apathosaurus made of car parts, or dig a sandy ground of old dinosaur bones. nine dollars Free of charge under one year.
- 5 Ruttgers - Canden Center Foreats, 314 Linden St, . May - August M-F 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; September April M-Sa 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; Until 8:00 p.m. an art exhibition Free. The donation was collected.
- 6 BB&T Pavilion (formerly Saskehana Bank Center), One Harbor Boulevard,☏ 856-365-1300, +1 856 338-9000 (for tickets), +1 215 36-20000, +1 21536-200000. The 25,000-seat outdoor circular theater that offers a view of the Philadelphia skyline. In summer, it is the best place to spread blankets under the stars at evening concerts. Jimmy Buffett holds his annual concert here in late August and all Camden towns are full of Paroise. Between autumn and winter, the theater will be a closed 1,600-7,000-seat theater with a theme of concerts, Broadway Productions and family-friendly entertainment.
- 7 Walt Whitman Center for Cultural and Artistic Arts, Cooper Center (Day 2) 101, ☏+1 -964-8300. It is dedicated to the survival of artistic excellence, a heritage of the same name, at the Center for Cultural Literature, Entertainment and Visual Arts. The center is the center of a well known and new author, and various music and plays are featured on the calendar during the night of the author's reading, dancing and open-mike nights.
- 8 Camden Shipyard & Maritime Museum (1912 S Broadway) +1 856-541-7447 1912 Broadway)()✉()Tu, Th, Su Noon to 4 pm.
- 9 MLK House, 753, Walnut St. Martin Luther King, Jr., lodged here as a graduate student at Crosser Theological Seminary. That is scheduled to be dismantled.
-  "Cathedral of Unfinished Concepts 642 Market St"
There is food to eat at the aquarium and at the BB&T Pavilion. Other locations are:
- Market Street Pizeria, 1 Market Street, A family-friendly pizza restaurant and Italian bistro. It's a popular place for Latgers students, businesses in the neighborhood, and visitors to the aquarium. Their pizza is made from Grandie cheese. Special pizza is really special. It's not cheap, but it's reasonable. $2.50, and $8 to $20 for others.
- Market Goulmete, 1 Market Street, . at Victor Lofts. Popular with local people and students, it seems that it's a bit more peaceful. The convenience store is delicious in sandwiches and Delesque dishes. It has a good assortment of foodstuffs and, along with the general convenience store charge, many of them are imported from Turkey, the owner's home country. very friendly people Seats and Wi-Fi are available. Their Nescafe hot drinks are worth trying.
- Cooper Court, Cooper Hospital/University Medical Center, Haddon Ave & Mickle Blvd, toll-free: . Chicken caesar salad is great.
- Crossroad Cafe, ☏56 365 . It's located across the street from the aquarium and looks like a cafeteria.
- George's restaurant 223 Market Center☏ . This is a small place to eat.
- Charlize Brass Rail, 425 Market Street, . M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sherry's shop, which is near a crime short time (as the new Gerseyan says, what kind of food is not open at night or on weekends), is not far from the post office, the court, or the Rutgers. Cheese steak with onions is great.
- Collins Place, 1254 Hadon Abe, ☏+1 856 541 . Colleen soul food is great.
- Friends Cafe, 319 Friends St. (Camden Towers Dormitory, Rutgers Science & Business Building). 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. A wonderful eclectic fusion of Korean-American people who express soup, salad, sandwiches, and hamburgers with Korean-style twist. In most cases, students at Rutgers Canden are popular. 5-10 dollars.
- Black Eyed Susan, 5th, Pencent (from the front entrance to the Law Department to the East) M-Sa 10AM-5PM. Gourmet soup and sandwich cart. The card is accepted. 5-10 dollars.
- Latin American restaurants, two locations: 515 Market Street, 3125 Federal Street. M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Don't be fooled by a funny simple name. If you're in the downtown area of Camden at noon on weekdays, eat here. Authentic Dominican food is a great price. The Federal Street is the original location, but since it's located in the Barrio River, tourists don't actually approach it. $5 to $10; The standard lunch costs about six dollars.
- New Town Kitchen ☏ Market 315 . M-Sa 11AM-6PM, Su 10AM-5PM. A new dish that affects the Seoul food. From 10:00 to 3:00 (adults $10.95 and children $7.95) on Sunday, there's a buffebrunch that you can eat, especially in reviews. Aesthetics is jazz. The service is kind and helpful, but some staff seem a little inexperienced. The original 516 members of the Martin Luther King Burbudd, bought by the state in preparation for a new health center, are hurrying to move to a new location on the market today. Confusion and confusion in 2016 could have resulted from this. About $10 to $20.
- Donkey's Place, 1223 Hadon wave. Established in 1943. The last way I spoke was the home of the famous Camden Cheesteak. You must try it when you are in Camden. There are several parking lots in the place.
- Visitors Pub 1 Market Street. Every day from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. The main hole in the watering hole in downtown Camden, which makes up most of the first floor of Victor Lofts. a calm community bar The guests are students, especially students of law and medical science, and people from the area gather. The range of beer is a little limited, but the price of drinks is quite low. You can drink special drinks at night, and generally they are very delicious. The food ranges from berthnac to full rice. Eat a crab and eat an artichoke. For beer, $2-6, for cocktails and wine, $5-10, and for food, $5-25.
There is really no good place to stay in town. Your biggest bet is living in your hometown. Camden is close to Cherry Hill and Philadelphia and is convenient for exit 3 and 4 of the NJ Turnpike.
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Camden has gained a public reputation for its high rate of violent crime, but in 2017, he saw the lowest number of murders in 30 years, although the number of cases of violent crime has declined significantly. NeighboodScout, a real estate analyst, has named it every year within the "Most Dangerous City" of the top five cities in the United States since creating the list. Since the FBI began to report crime data uniformly in the mid-1980s, Camden has never seen the annual rate of crime below two for 100 people. Compared to that, the ratio of the population is about 0.37 per 100.
Don't wander around the riverbank or the Rutgers with the blocks of the Saskehanna Bank Center. The riverbank and downtown areas are safe during the day unless you flush the valuables. The Rutgers and the Kandin police are also very popular. If you have any concerns, approach them. But don't wander alone at night. It's dangerous. After major businesses such as Court House and Rutgers University were closed down in the evening, the downtown area is almost empty. Note that drug trafficking inflates Camden crimes. Even without having to experience violent crime at night, the police may learn and interrogate why tourists are walking around the streets alone.
The town is one of the poorest cities in the country. In June 2018, the unemployment rate was 9.8% against 4.7% of the country, and in 2015, more than 30% of the country's 10% spent their lives in poverty.
The historic city of Philadelphia is across the river from Camden. You can enter Philadelphia on the bridge of Ben Franklin or on the high speed railway of Patco.
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