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 circa 1800 Tunis-Ellicks House, building, historic gardens and museum collection welcomes visitors with a sense of daily life in a representative New Jersey farming community....
America's first national historical park on 1,676 acres, including a three-mile tour road, 24 miles of hiking trails, a visitor center, 18th century farm and several reconstructed soldier huts....
Burnham Pky. & Rt. 124 Morristown, NJ 07960
At Burnham Park, Thomas Paine influenced the pre-American Revolution public's perspective on government through his writings.
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...