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Summer of 2015 is almost here and Morristown NJ is a great area to visit on a weekend or vacation day! Just a train ride away! Trains from Newark or Hoboken lead to Morristown’s Historical Center.

Morristown and the surrounding area are all about history, parks, the arts, and dining.

Here are 5 Things to do in Morristown NJ this summer:


1. Ford Mansion and Museum: Both Washington’s Headquarters Museum & the Ford Mansion will be open on Monday, May 25th (Memorial Day). The museum will open from 9:30 am to 5:0d0 pm & tours of the mansion will be at 10 & 11am and 1, 2, 3, & 4pm. Admission is $4.00 & includes the tour. Normal Hours are Wednesday – Sunday! 9-5PM.
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Exterior_Existing_and_New1-1024x5902. Visit the Morris Museum: Formally “Twin Oaks”, this gilded age mansion is home to the “Musical Machines & Living Dolls: Mechanical Musical Instruments and Automata from the Guinness Collection” The museum also boasts a permanent collection of more than 40,000 objects ranging from rocks and minerals to model trains, as well as one of the country’s largest collections of mechanical musical instruments and automata. It is also the home of the Bickford Theatre, which presents a variety of plays, concerts, and other performances throughout the year.
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3. mcccMacculloch Hall Historical Museum: An 1810 historic house museum with period rooms, changing exhibits & gardens, featuring the nation’s largest collection of original art by political cartoonist Thomas Nast. Regular hours: Wed, Thurs & Sun. 1 – 4pm. Office: M-F 9am – 4pm (closed Sunday, May 24, 2015 in honor of Memorial Day). Garden: M-F 9am – 4pm & Sun. 1 – 4pm. Currently exhibiting: Canals of New Jersey, Currier & Ives Exhibit, The Civil War through the Eyes of Thomas Nast, and more. Learn More Here:


4. ifccVisit the beautiful gardens at the Frelinghuysen Arboretum! The George Griswold Frelinghuysen Arboretum is an arboretum located at 53 East Hanover Avenue, Morristown, New Jersey. It is open daily without charge. It is also the headquarters of the Morris County Parks Commission. Lear more here:


soldier5: Morristown Green: Located at the center of the county seat, with 2 1/2 acres of attractive land, the Green has been the stage for many political, military, penal, cultural, celebratory, and public entertainment events through the years. The Green played a role in various aspects of the American Revolutionary War period. General George Washington was headquartered at the Green in Arnold’s Tavern during his first encampment in Morristown (January – May, 1777), and was in town again during the winter of 1779-80. Learn More Here:

Join us at the Grasshopper off the Green, Morristown’s authentic Irish Pub and Restaurant for a terrific meal and the best “Pint” you’ll find around town.  Open 7 days a week for Lunch, Dinner and Late night entertainment!  Grasshopper is located just steps from the Historic Morristown Green and a few short blocks from Morristown’s Train Station!
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