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Morris County

Come discover our important American heritage treasures that have been attracting visitors and notable guests for over 300 years; General George Washington wintered here twice!

Thomas Nast, America’s most memorable political cartoonist, lived here, as did Gustav Stickley, founder of the arts & crafts movement.

It’s not surprising because we offer scenic country roads and quaint townships, nationally acclaimed entertainment venues, pubs, taverns,

and restaurants for every palette plus we have acres of wide-open space that together create a string of pearls worthy of a visit for the day or a weekend!


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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 […]

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 […]

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 [...]


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