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One-third of our nation’s population can drive to our fun offerings in less than 5 hours.
See 325 years in a day. Remember it forever.

We're just minutes from both the NJ Turnpike and I-295 for in-state travel. We're so near the PA Turnpike Bridge, East-West travel is easy. North-South drives are a hop across the Burlington-Bristol Bridge to get to I-95. So come on, the distances are ideal for those who love American history, antiques, folklore, old houses, the rich and famous, the Underground Railroad, witch trials, buried pirate treasure, fine dining, shopping, family fun, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness...

Step-by-Step Driving Directions to the City of Burlington Historic District


From Points in NJ North or South

From Philadelphia & Points South
From the NJ Turnpike
From Pennsylvania & Points North
From the Atlantic City Expressway
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From I-295 Points North or South
  1. Take I-295 to Exit 47-B (Burlington Route 541 exit)
  2. Take Route 541 into Burlington (approx. 3 miles; the name of the street changes to High Street)
  3. Continue over Rte. 130 into town, cross Broad Street over RR tracks, and right turn to
    Free Parking at rear of shoppes
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From the NJ Turnpike
  1. Take the NJ Turnpike to Exit 5 (Burlington)
  2. Turn left onto Route 541
  3. Take Route 541 into Burlington (approx. 4 miles; name of the street changes to High St.)
  4. Continue over Rte. 130 into town, cross Broad Street over RR tracks, and right turn to
    Free Parking at rear of shoppes
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From the Atlantic City Expressway
  1. Take the AC Expressway to Route 42
  2. Take Route 42 to Interstate 295 North
  3. Take I-295 to Exit 47-B (Burlington Route 541 exit)
  4. Take Route 541 into Burlington (approx. 3 miles; the name of the street changes to High Street)
  5. Continue over Rte. 130 into town, cross Broad Street over RR tracks, and right turn to
    Free Parking at rear of shoppes
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From Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Points South of Bristol
  1. Take I-95 North to the Bristol Exit
  2. Turn right onto Route 413
  3. Continue across Rte. 13 at traffic light, go under RR bridge, bear immediate right on ramp
  4. Continue over Burlington-Bristol Bridge, through toll booth
  5. Go partially around circle (enter at 6 o’clock, exit at 9 o’clock) so as to make a left onto
    Broad Street, parallel to RR tracks
  6. Continue on Broad Street to the traffic light at High Street
  7. Turn left onto High Street
  8. Right hand turn to Free Parking at rear of shoppes
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From Pennsylvania, Points North of Bristol
  1. Take I-95 South to the Penndel Exit
  2. Cross Route 1 and turn onto Rte 413 South
  3. Continue across Rte. 13 at traffic light, go under RR bridge, bear immediate right on ramp
  4. Continue over Burlington-Bristol Bridge (go through toll booth)
  5. Go partially around circle (enter at 6 o’clock, exit at 9 o’clock) so as to make a left onto
    Broad St., parallel to RR tracks
  6. Continue on Broad Street to the traffic light at High Street
  7. Turn left onto High Street over RR tracks, right turn to Free Parking
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Come experience real American History on our tree-lined, sun-dappled streets.
Over 45 origins of state or national significance... get immersed in “firsts”.
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