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Explore Warren Partners With Centenary Stage Company To Sponsor Their 2023 Summerfest of Events

Centenary Stage Company is pleased to announce that they are partnering with Explore Warren, the first ever sponsor of CSC’s Summerfest of events, to present a summer of musical theatre and concert events. Centenary Stage Company is a not-for-profit professional […]

Centenary Stage Company Announces Cast For Summer Of Musical Theatre Including Rock Of Ages & Seussical The Musical.

HACKETTSTOWN, NJ: This summer, Centenary Stage Company presents their summer musical series featuring Rock of Ages and Seussical the Musical. Performances for Rock of Ages will run July 6 – 16 and Seussical will run July 27 – August 6 in the Sitnik Theatre of the Lackland Performing […]

Mansion In May Visitors Choose Tulip Award Winners

Mansion In May Visitors Choose Tulip Award Winners: Samuel Robert Signature Spaces of Rockaway and Back to Nature Home & Garden of Basking Ridge MORRISTOWN, NJ, May 25, 2023 –The Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center (WAMMC) is pleased to […]

Whippany Railway Museum – Father’s Day 2023 Train Rides

Whippany Railway Museum –  Father’s Day 2023 Train Rides ALL ABOARD ! On Father’s Day, June 18th, surprise Dad this Father’s Day with the unique gift and unforgettable experience of a train ride on one of Morris County’s historic railroads […]

Jason Robert Brown’s Songs For A New World Coming To Morristown

Pioneer Productions brings this powerful musical to the stage at Fellowship Hall MORRISTOWN, NJ – May 18, 2023 — Pioneer Productions brings Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown’s (“The Last Five Years”, “Bridges of Madison County”) powerful musical, Songs for […]

Museum’s Photography Exhibit Honors Sacrifices by Nation’s Famed and Unsung Heroes

Museum’s Photography Exhibit Honors Sacrifices by Nation’s Famed and Unsung Heroes A thought-provoking photography exhibition at a New Jersey museum invites the public to reflect on and honor all the brave individuals who gave their lives in service of the […]

Photography Exhibit Celebrates Morristown National Historical Park’s 90th Anniversary

Photography Exhibit Celebrates Morristown National Historical Park’s 90th Anniversary A new rotating photography exhibit is now on permanent display at Morristown National Historical Park’s Jockey Hollow Visitor Center to celebrate the park’s 90th anniversary, its rich history, and the legacy […]

Art in the Atrium’s 31st Annual Black Art Exhibit/Sale, Black Art in the Sun, Launches Juneteenth Celebrations

Art in the Atrium’s 31st Annual Black Art Exhibit/Sale, Black Art in the Sun, Launches Juneteenth Celebrations Morris Arts is thrilled to see Art in the Atrium return to all four floors of the Atrium Gallery with its 31st annual […]

Celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week – May 7th Through May 13th

Established in 1983, National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW) is an annual tradition to celebrate the U.S. travel community and travel’s essential role in stimulating economic growth, cultivating vibrant communities, creating quality job opportunities, inspiring new businesses and elevating the [...]

Invitation to the Grave Marking Ceremony Honoring Revolutionary War Surgeon Dr. Jabez Campfield

Invitation to the Grave Marking Ceremony Honoring Revolutionary War Surgeon Dr. Jabez Campfield Morristown, NJ: The Morristown Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is hosting this ceremony; the public is invited to attend and participate in this patriotic […]

Mansion in May 2023 Designer Showhouse and Gardens Takes Place at Three Fields in Mendham

Signature Fundraiser for The Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center Takes Place May 1-30, 2023; Proceeds to Benefit the Institute of Bioskills Training and Innovation at Morristown Medical Center Tickets are on sale now for the 20th Mansion in May […]

Morristown National Historical Park Hosts Its Largest Event Of The Year

Morristown National Historical Park Hosts Its Largest Event Of The Year Free Admission Morristown, NJ – Jockey Hollow will come to life on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23, when re-enactors from across the northeast arrive for Morristown National […]


Hackettstown, NJ: Divas of Soul starring CeCe Teneal will be coming to Centenary Stage Company on March 18 at 8:00pm. This performance will take place in The Sitnik Theatre of the Lackland Performing Arts Center on the campus of Centenary University at […]

Morristown National Historical Park Celebrates 90 Years

Morristown, NJ – Morristown National Historical Park will formally kick off its 90th anniversary year at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 4 in its museum auditorium. The park is celebrating President Herbert Hoover’s March 2, 1933 signing of the legislation that created the […]

Spring CraftMorristown

New Jersey’s Favorite Shopping Event Returns! Find unique and handmade items from 175+ makers you can’t find anywhere else in the area! Spring CraftMorristown returns on March 31-April 2, 2023! Come discover unique and one-of-a-kind handmade items for every age, […]

Morris Arts’ A SENSE OF PLACE  opens at the Atrium Gallery, February 2, 2023 

   L-R: Laurie Harden’s oil, Tending the Cattle;  Todd Doney’s oil on linen, Trees, March 2, 5:25pm;  David Clair’s mixed media, A Dying Breed;  Kevin Burkitt’s photo, #1 from 91 Days, Countless Nights series     The public is invited to the free Opening Reception on February 2, 2023 […]

Santa Claus is Coming to Town!

Morris County Farm to Celebrate the Holiday Season with brunch with Santa Claus! CHESTER, NJ (December 9, 2022) – December’s calendar of events at Alstede Farms includes: • Brunch with Santa – Saturdays and Sunday’s, December 3rd & 4th, 10th […]

New Trail Projects Recommended for 2022 Morris County Funding

Eight Projects Submitted by Trail Construction Grant Advisory Committee. Graphic with Detailed List Imbedded  The Morris County Board of County Commissioners received a recommendation today to award eight trail projects for a total of $528,265 as part of the 7-year-old […]

Santa’s Arrival Rescheduled for Friday, December 2nd at 5:00 pm

Morristown, NJ – November 29, 2022. Due to inclement weather, the originally scheduled kick off of the Christmas Festival at the Morristown Green, including Santa’s Arrival, is now scheduled for Friday, December 2nd at 5:00 pm. Courtesy of the Morristown […]

Morris County Dance Connections Festival Week At Madison Community Arts Center

Morris County Dance Connections Festival Week At Madison Community Arts Center Shows Run November 28 Through December 4 (Madison, NJ) — The Madison Community Arts Center located at 10 King Street presents Morris County Dance Connections Festival Week from Monday, November 28, through Sunday, December 4. The programs feature dance in many formats from tap […]

Morris County Launches Interactive Story Map to Celebrate 20 Years of Historic Preservation Trust Fund

Locate, View, Access Audio/Visual Presentations of Each Preserved Site Morris County is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Morris County Historic Preservation Trust Fund by launching an interactive, online story map of all historic sites found in the county, specifically offering […]

Morris County Historical Society Receives $15,000 Morris County Grant

Nonprofits Also Assisted by Morris County Small Business Program The Morris County Historical Society received a $15,000 grant from the Morris County Board of County Commissioners this week through the county’s Small Business Grant Program, which was designed to aid both nonprofits and local […]

Morris County Honors Allison Larena For 20 Years Leading MPAC

Resolution of Honor Presented Prior to Oct. 14 Performance  Allison Larena, President & CEO of Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC) in Morristown, was honored Friday night, Oct. 14, by the Morris County Board of County Commissioners for her 20 years […]

Morris County Proclaims October “Arts & Humanities Month”

Morris Arts and Friends Join Presentation  With the proclamation, (l-r) Director Selen, Tom Werder, Jenna Castano, Dave Sipple,  Weusi Baraka, Commissioner Deborah Smith, Commissioner Stephen Shaw, Commissioner Deputy Director John Krickus and Commissioner Kathryn DeFillippo. The Morris County Board of County Commissioners proclaimed October 2022 […]

New Jersey Historic Trust Grants Include 10 Morris County Sites

$1.7 Million Slated for Ongoing Local Preservation Projects New Jersey Historic Trust yesterday approved nearly $15.8 million in grant recommendations from the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund to save and promote historic sites around New Jersey, including 10 historic […]

Fall 2022 Walking Tours Return to Morris County

MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Morris County Tourism Bureau is pleased to announce the return of its popular walking tours and programs for fall 2022. Learn about the history, people, and architecture of the Morristown area with a knowledgeable guide. These […]

Morris County Economic Development Corporation and Morris County Tourism Bureau Merge

Florham Park N.J. – April 13, 2022 – The perfect match has come to fruition with the merger of the Morris County Economic Development Alliance (MCEDA), the nonprofit 501(c)(3) of the Morris County Economic Development Corporation, and the Morris County Tourism […]

Chester Township Farming Family Reaps $15,000 This Harvest Season

Morris County Small Business Grant Delivered to Lebensfreude It’s harvest season, perfect timing for Lebensfreude LLC, the farmland firm on which Chester Township’s famous Alstede Farms operates, to reap a $15,000 Morris County Small Business Grant. Morris County Commissioner Deputy […]

Annual Morristown Festival on the Green Northern NJ’s Premier Fall Event

October 2nd ~ 12-5 pm, rain or shine September 15, 2022 – The Morristown Partnership is proud to present the Morristown Festival on the Green on Sunday, October 2nd from noon to 5 pm, rain or shine. The event will […]

Historic Morris Canal Restoration Will Be Dedicated At Wharton’s Canal Day

Ribbon-Cutting to Mark Completion of 16-Year Preservation Mission Historic Morris Canal Restoration- With some fanfare and a ribbon cutting, Wharton Borough will officially complete a 16-year mission to restore one of the most remarkably preserved and unique sections of the […]

Girls Rock Yoga

“Instead of letting your thoughts and feelings control you, take a deep breath and let go of them.”  Come join our Girls Rock Yoga Fall session which will include a series of yoga poses, breathing, and relaxation exercises which cultivate […]

Celebration of the Nation: July 4th Weekend

What to Do in Morris County This July 4th Weekend There is a long-standing tradition in Morris County, New Jersey for celebrating America on July 4th. Of course, there are the picnics, trips to the Jersey Shore, and a lazy day [...]

Make Your Memorial Day Morris County

Memorial Day is Monday, May 30, 2022 Great Ways to Celebrate and Make Your Memorial Day Weekend Morris! About Memorial Day This year Memorial Day falls on Monday, May 30th, a day for families and friends to gather and celebrate [...]

Historic Morristown Walking Tours Return for Summer 2022

The Morris County Tourism Bureau, a division of the Morris County Economic Development Alliance, is pleased to announce a new series of outdoor heritage walking tours that begin June 25th. There are four thematic tours that highlight the people, events, and architecture […]

Centenary Stage Company’s 2022-2023 Sales Begin June 1st

HACKETTSTOWN, NJ: Season Subscription and Flex Pass Packages for Centenary Stage Company’s 2022-2023 Season will be on-sale starting June 1, 2022. For their 37th season, Centenary Stage Company, a not-for-profit professional theatre company located in Hackettstown, NJ, has prepared a full […]

Jockey Hollow Pavement Rehabilitation Project to Begin April 11

Expect park road closures and detours Morristown, NJ – Morristown National Historical Park is about to begin work on a multimillion-dollar roadway improvement project in the park’s Jockey Hollow Area. The work will impact travel in the construction zones from April [...]

The MCTB and its Supporters Celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week

National Travel and Tourism Week-- May 1 to 7, 2022  Morristown, NJ…..The Morris County Tourism Bureau is proud to take part in the tourism industry‘s National Travel and Tourism Week to be held this year from May 1 to 7.  [...]

Make Your Mother’s Day Morris County

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8th We're Sharing Great Ways to Celebrate Mom and Make Your Mother's Day Morris! Prepping to Honor your Mother Mother’s Day 2022 in the United States falls on Sunday, May 8th. It became an official [...]

April 23 and 24, 2022 Spring Encampment at Jockey Hollow

Morristown National Historical Park hosts its largest special event of the year Free Admission   Morristown, NJ – Jockey Hollow will come to life on Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24, when re-enactors from across the northeast arrive for Morristown […]

Golf Courses Morris County: Birdies, Eagles and Doglegs

Searching for Golf Courses in Morris County?  There are lots to choose from.  Out of the 300 courses in New Jersey, 27 of them are in Morris County, and three of them have very interesting histories.  There are some public and semi-private courses in Morris County that welcome residents and visitors to […]

Celebrate the Irish in Morristown

  Celebrate the Irish in Morristown General George Washington brought the Continental Army to Morristown, New Jersey, for two winters, in 1777 and again in 1779-1780. The second winter encampment took place at Jockey Hollow, today part of Morristown National […]

Top Ten Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Morris County:

Love is in the air…   It’s time to plan a day for your special someone.  We have created this list of fun and unique ways to express yourself and pay homage to Eros and his buddy Cupid.  From activities, to […]

Children’s Holiday Events in Morris County

It’s the most wonderful time of the year to enjoy activities and experiences with family, friends and children.  There is so much to do in Morris County with children over the next few weeks that you are going to have […]

Eight “Not to be Missed” Morris County Holiday Events with a Historic Twist

The most wonderful time of the year is here for Morris County families and friends.  With Covid on the wane, many of our local historical and cultural sites are welcoming visitors back in person.  Here are some of our suggestions […]

A Morris County Soldier and Patriot:  Dr. Jabez Campfield 

As we recognize and thank all our local veterans past and present on this Veteran’s Day, it’s a good time to reflect on one of our earliest soldiers and patriots, who also left a lasting legacy in Morris County.  As […]

Historic Walking Tours of Morris County return this Fall

The Morris County Tourism Bureau is pleased to announce the return of its popular historic walking tour series which will take place in September and October of 2021.  This well-known series highlights the history, people and architecture of Morris County over […]

4 Can’t-miss Morris County NJ Hotels Renovate During Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic caused an undeniable change in how we approach our neighbors, travel the country, and generally, live our lives. Undoubtedly, a lot of obstacles arose during this time that our communities were forced to face head-on. In Morris […]

8 Ways to Celebrate July 4 in Morris County -2021

Celebrate Independence Day in Morris County in 2021.  Here are a few suggestions for you and your family to enjoy during the first week in July, in some traditional and non-traditional ways.  Fireworks Schedule Morristown National Historical Park July 2 […]

Free Activities in Morris County NJ to Enjoy with Family

With Memorial Day in the rearview mirror, everyone in New Jersey is feeling the vibrations of summer. It’s time to start enjoying the beautiful weather, trying outdoor activities with your loved ones. There is so much scenery and community spirit […]

Sweet Things to Do in Morris County, NJ: The Ultimate Dessert Tour

For the foodies out there who favor dessert, we bring you the best that Morristown and Chester in Morris County, NJ have to offer when you crave a little something sweet.  Treat yourself after a long hike or bike ride […]

Step Into Spring on These Top Walking Tours in Morris County, NJ

Better weather is here so let’s get walking. To make the walk even more interesting and a time well spent, sign up for one of the best guided walking tours in Morris County, NJ. You will learn about Morris County […]

Planning Weddings in Morris County, NJ in 2021: What Can Brides Expect?

2020 presented many obstacles to couples around the world, including hindering or altogether ruining wedding plans for the year. As a result, couples looking to plan a 2021 wedding during this pandemic are trying to find ways to navigate these […]

Golf Courses Morris County: Birdies, Eagles and Doglegs

Searching for Golf Courses in Morris County?  There are lots to choose from.  Out of the 300 courses in New Jersey, 27 of them are in Morris County, and three of them have very interesting histories.  There are some public and semi-private courses in Morris County that welcome residents and visitors to […]

The Irish in Morristown

Celebrate the Irish in Morristown General George Washington brought the Continental Army to Morristown, New Jersey, for two winters, in 1777 and again in 1779-1780. The second winter encampment took place at Jockey Hollow, today part of Morristown National Historical […]

CSA in Morris County NJ: Farms Providing Local Produce Near You

If you’re looking for fresh farm-grown produce in your neighborhood, local farms are the best place to start. CSA programs in Morris County, NJ, or community-supported agriculture, are the best source of in-season fruits and vegetables for locals in Morris […]

2021 Women’s History Month Events in Morris County, NJ

March is Women’s History Month, a month dedicated to the often-overlooked contributions of women. Originally it grew out of a week-long celebration organized by a school district in California in 1978.  The idea caught on and in 1980 President Jimmy Carter […]

Fall/Winter Member Newsletter

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7 Favorite Morristown Restaurants for Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, lots of couples in love are looking for a beautiful place to spend the evening. Here are a few of our favorite local Morristown restaurants to celebrate Valentine’s day with your loved one.  […]

Valentine’s Day Ideas for NJ Residents: Past & Present Customs

Valentine’s Day is widely celebrated in Morris County, New Jersey, America, and around the world. Mainly noted as a consumer “spend-a-thon”, Americans in 2020 spent an average of $200 each. In other words, $30 billion total on gifts and celebrations […]

Try These 5 Morris County Museums (Plus Our Favorite Exhibits!)

Morris County, New Jersey is home to hundreds of must-see locations that are a part of important New Jersey history. The county plays host to so many museums that display artwork, crafts, jewelry and more that represent this history. With […]

History Makers of Morris County: Profiles of Notable Visitors and Residents

Morris County is home to four national landmarks, each associated with figures who contributed not only to Morris County’s history, but also to our nation’s history.  We profile them here for you.  When you visit, try to visit all the […]

Happy Holiday Events for Families in Morris County, NJ

The holidays are going to look a little different this year. No matter the circumstances, however, Morris County, NJ has come prepared with even more family events to get into the holiday spirit. There are so many different types of […]

Best Virtual Entertainment in December

Here are some suggestions for you and your family to enjoy the history, arts and culture from cherished New Jersey historians, musicians and more.  This sector of the economy has been particularly hard hit by Covid, but they soldier on […]

8 Ways to Celebrate Christmas with “historical twists”

Sometimes it is nice to slow down and celebrate holidays the way they were 100 years ago.  These Morris County sites offer experiences to help you remember the art, music and history that contributed to Christmases past.  Visit these historic […]

Best of Morris County NJ Hotels: Top 8 Choices

As we approach the holiday season, it’s time to start thinking about visiting family around the country. While Covid-19 has made celebrating with faraway loved ones somewhat difficult, many places are working overtime to guarantee the health and safety of […]

8 Thanksgiving Things to Do in Morris County NJ with Your Kids

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s officially time to get into the holiday spirit. Getting together to celebrate family and friends, count our blessings, and say thanks for everything in our lives is so important this time of year. […]

Turkey Talk and Turkey Towns

As we prepare for the annual feast of Thanksgiving, let us consider the turkey.  When this area was first settled there were wild turkeys roaming the woods.  Today we are seeing more and more woodland creatures coming out of the […]

Our Favorite Morris County Hiking Trails (What to Look For!)

If you haven’t heard about New Jersey hiking then you’re in for a treat. As summer turns to autumn, we want to spend some of our last sunny days outside. Luckily, there are a ton of accessible hiking trails all […]

What’s Open in Morris County? Covid-19 Reopening Breakdown

With everything starting to open back up in New Jersey, the safety of our residents is the highest priority. That’s why we’ve stayed up-to-date with the important businesses and institutions in Morris County during Covid-19. We are happy to report […]

12 Online Learning Experiences to Try from Morris County NJ

During this time when most people are practicing social distancing, staying home has become the “new normal.” That doesn’t mean that you can’t find new and exciting things to do while you stay safe. Many stores, historic sites, museums, and […]

Catching Up with Morris County’s National Historic Landmarks

Morris County is home to four National Historic Landmarks. In this blog we report on how they are faring during the time of Covid.  Turns out that Covid plus Tropical Hurricane Isasis have been impacting them…a lot.  Here is the […]

Our Members Create the “New Normal”

The Morris County Tourism Bureau is a membership organization consisting of local businesses involved in welcoming and serving visitors to Morris County.  Our members have had to deal with a challenging business climate during COVID-19.  Most of them have been […]

Splendor in September is here!

By Barbara Taylor, MCTB Guest Contributor We had a preview of the Designer Showcase and Gardens at Tyvan Hill in New Vernon and it is stunning! This signature fundraiser, presented by The Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center, runs through […]

Splendor in September-The Mansion in May Returns

Don’t know about you, but we LOVE a good Gilded Age mansion and are looking forward to the Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center presenting its 19th fundraiser for the hospital called Mansion in May, albeit a bit belatedly.  Re-cast […]

22 Things you can do now!

For History Lovers: 1. Morristown National Historical Park: All outdoor parks and trails are open 8 am to 8 pm each day. Buildings, visitors centers and restroom facilities are closed. Enjoy Jockey Hollow, Fort Nonsense and the Cross Estate Gardens. [...]

How to Celebrate the 4th of July this year?

Celebrating July 4th in 2020 John Adams, second president of the United States, told us to mark Independence Day with “Pomp and Parade, with Shows, Games, Sports, Bells, Bonfires and Illuminations”. For the first time in memory, a lot of […]

History of Morris County

Morris County – Three Hundred Years that Shaped America Early History: Early supporters of the cause of liberty, New Jerseyans were witnesses to over 200 Revolutionary War skirmishes as the French, British and American armies traversed the state numerous times. […]

Our National Historic Landmarks

Morris County, New Jersey is home to some of the most distinguished historic attractions in the northeast and perhaps the entire USA.  We are the birthplace of the telegraph, a force in the American arts and crafts movement and a […]

Celebrate Easter & Passover

Celebrate Easter and Passover in Morris County   Welcome to Spring and the spring holidays.  They are, of course, being reinvented during the pandemic. We will miss our dearest friends and relatives while performing all the rituals online.  It will […]

Suffrage & Morristown’s Women

The Long Campaign for Woman’s Suffrage: Morristown Women were “Silent Sentinels” The campaign for Woman’s Suffrage lasted 70 years; it began with the first woman’s rights convention held in 1848 in Seneca Falls, New York.  Guest speaker Frederick Douglass delivered […]

Black History in MC

Deepen your understanding of Morris County’s Black history Every February since 1926, Black History has been celebrated in America. That year historian Carter G. Woodson created Negro History Week, which evolved into Black History Month. Woodson selected the second week […]

Morristown’s Hard Winter

Why Morris County History is Important Today:                  Second Morristown Winter Encampment of 1779-80- by Carol Barkin Morristown has long been known as the “Military Capital of the Revolution.” Not once, but twice, […]

Growing Stage Childrens Theater

The Growing Stage has lots of wizards… Growing Stage, Netcong – December 2019 Spoiler alert: the Wicked Witch from The Wizard of Oz DID NOT melt, she escaped through the 3’x 3’ hidden trap door in the center of the […]

10 Things to do this holiday!

Make my Weekend Festive! Suggestions of What to do in December in Morris County Holly Walk – Friday, December 6, 2019 – Sunday, December 8, 2019, coordinated by The Morris County Tourism Bureau A showcase of seven historic sites in […]

Holly Walk

7 Sights, 3 days and 1 Ticket – Holly Walk 2019  The Morris County Tourism Bureau and its partners are pleased to announce that tickets are on-sale for Holly Walk 2019 which will be a three day event this year. […]

21st Century History Museum in Madison

The 21st-century history museum: Community Anchor and Educational Resource By Executive Director Deborah Farrar Starker, Museum of Early Trades & Crafts As the weather turns colder and the holidays approach, consider taking a break from hectic schedules by visiting The […]

Stickley Museum 30 years

30 years of the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms. It’s a big milestone for a small museum. I hope you’ll join in the celebration by visiting our FREE […]

New Jersey Gold – Autumn in Morris County

Vonda Givens, Executive Director of Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms New Jersey Gold By Vonda Givens New Jersey summers rightfully enjoy a lot of attention. It’s true that sunshine and the Jersey shore make a magical combination, but I’m just […]

Tourism Live – Behind the Scenes with JM

Do you love graffiti? What? WHOA! They are spray painting on the WALLS!!! inside the Morris Museum. And, who said that was ok? Dr. Cleveland Johnson, Executive Director and Ron Labaco, Director of Exhibitions & Chief Curator of the newly […]

Historic Highlights of our 39 Towns

Celebrating NJ’s 350th Morris County has a rich history, and each of our 39 municipalities has an historical tidbit to contribute to it. Each town is named and is labeled with a tag: Innovation, Diversity or Patriotism. These tags were […]

Farmer’s Market Directory

Indulge in New Jersey’s greatest produce and foods at your local Morris County Farmers Market! Boonton Sat., 8:30am-1:00pm, June 1-November 23 Plane Street Lot   Chatham Borough Sat., 8:00am-1:00pm, June 15-November 23 Railroad Plaza South off Fairmont Avenue Train […]

Summer Plays & Exhibits

Looking for something exciting and interesting to attend in Morris County? Look no further! Check out these fascinating plays and exhibits open during the summer. 1. Bob Gruen: Rock Seen at the Morris Museum (June 20-November 10) For over forty […]

Top 10 Activities for Kids In Morris County This Summer

Welcome to Morris County! Looking for things to do with your little ones? You have come to the right place! Below is a list of the top 10 activities for kids in Morris County in no particular order. 10. Take-a-Break [...]

What is ripe at our farms!

The gardens are ready  and overflowing with delicious fruits and vegetables – here’s what is ready to pick or purchase at our local favorites: Stony Hill – Strawberries Wightman – Strawberries, Peaches Alstede – Raspberries, Strawberries, Summer Squash (Green Zucchini, […]


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