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Willingboro, NJ

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Willingboro Apartments


Park Crossing
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Hunters Glen
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Mt Laurel Crossing Apartments
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Fox Meadow Apartments & Townhomes
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Food in Willingboro

Food enthusiasts will always find a thrill in Willingboro, with several highly rated restaurants located right in town. Carlucci's Waterfront remains one of the best Italian eateries in the area, with its pizza and pasta being of the highest quality. For lunch, Cafe Madison is a great place to stop. Offers much more than just coffee, this cafe features excellent fine dining dishes made with the utmost care. For an affordable Asian buffet experience, Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet is just a few miles down the road from Cafe Madison. Enjoy plenty of Asian and American food when you visit this location for an all-you-can-eat experience.


Willingboro is home to the unique Funplex, an indoor theme park designed to thrill and excite. Funplex features a great mini golf course that is perfect for kids or the adults who are kids at heart. From here, you can move on to driving the go-karts around a state-of-the-art track. Several amusement park rides are also available, including a Tilt-a-Whirl and a set of mechanical swings. Snacks and food items are on hand to ease inevitable hunger that will ensue from having so much fun. Best of all, bracelets are available so you can leave and come back for one low price during one day.

The Philadelphia Muse

Just a short drive away from the central Willingboro area is The Philadelphia Museum of Art. At aficionados flock to this museum from all over to delight in the many famous paintings housed in this cultural venue. With pieces created centuries ago, The Philadelphia Art Museum offers a little piece of history as well. This important arts center also offers lessons for both children and adults, while frequently featuring local artists from within the state and throughout the country. Season passes are available, enabling you to visit the museum whenever you like throughout the year.