Attractions in Morristown NJ
Although best known as the location of Gen. George Washington’s winter headquarters during the Revolutionary War, Morristown also offers many modern delights, including a friendly downtown with interesting shops, restaurants and entertainment.
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The arboretum and its two small ponds serve as natural laboratories for Drew students and a wonderful woodland retreat for anyone. The ponds are home to turtles, goldfish, catfish and muskrats and...
An historic operating farm of the 1880 - 1930 era. Special emphasis on what life was like from 1918 - 1927 through activities and interpretation. Former home of Charles Foster and his daughter,...
A wide range of native and exotic plants informal gardens on 127 acres. The Frelinghuysen Arboretum is New Jersey's largest horticultural park. Its buildings and grounds offer a glimpse into the...
The 1779-80 winter encampment site of the 12,000 plus members of the Continental Army. The site features replica huts used by American soldiers during the Revolutionary War. ...
Macculloch Hall, a Federal-style mansion built by George Macculloch in 1810 and transformed into a museum in 1949 by W. Parsons Todd, features Todd’s impressive antiques collection, changing...
The Museum preserves Morris Plain's history by keeping a collection of artifacts, records and documents. Visiting guests can learn how Morris Plains has developed into the town it is today. Open:...