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Madison Shakespeare Servant Gerry Goldstein


Morris County has much to offer in the way of museums, historic houses, theatre and music venues. Explore New Jersey's third largest museum, the Morris Museum, and take in a world-class play at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. There's a lot on stage at MPAC throughout the year with 200 live performances. Art galleries, a make-your-own glass studio, and annual crafts fairs are just some of the events available to the visitor who appreciates the arts.

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Historic Sites

Morris County is home to four important National Historic Landmarks. They include the Gustav Stickley homestead, the Morristown National Historical Park, the Thomas Nast home and the factory building at Historic Speedwell where the telgraph was demonstrated successfully for the first time. We are very proud of our local history and notable residents who have contributed to the growth and development of America, especially in the arts and communications. Days and hours of operation change seasonally so please call ahead or check the website.

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The Morris County Park Commission manages the oldest and largest park system in a bucolic area of the State. The parks offer hiking, golf, swimming and ice skating throughout the county. The Frelinghuysen Arboretum, was voted the “2011 Best Public Garden” by NJ Monthly. Mennen Arena is host to special events and public ice skating. Each park has trail guides for hikers, and many parks contain historic sites of state and national significance including National Landmark Historic Speedwell, “Birthplace of the Telegraph”, Cooper Gristmill and Fosterfields Living Historical Farm.

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Chester Country store


For some, it’s the thrill of the hunt. For others, it’s simply the joy of discovering a unique gift. If your aspiration is to shop in a sophisticated department store or country boutique, search for antiques and collectibles, purchase personally expressive clothing and accessories, fine art or custom-designed jewelry, you’ll find it and more, all in Morris County.

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Seeing Eye Dog Landscape

Services & Organizations

Morris County began to be settled after 1715 and has been steadily growing ever since. There are now 500,000 residents and 300 years later this area is consistently rated as one of the top places to live in the United States. With a wide variety of housing options, health care, supportive agencies and a robust tourism industry, you'll find all you need when you visit or re-locate to beautiful Morris County.

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Macculloch Hall Historical Museum Garden Courtesy Of Stan Freeny

Venue Rentals

Looking for a special place to hold your next event? Morris County boasts many kinds of venues from hotels, B&B's, historic sites, restaurants and parks. A number of local businesses, like art galleries and museums, also rent unusual spaces for your events. Call our office for suggestions at 973-631-5151 Monday to Friday or go to our directory under Lodging, Dining, Historic Sites and Recreation.

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Mpac Indoor

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