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Morristown, NJ

The Soldiers Camp

Things To Do: Museums/Cultural Spaces

Fosterfields Living Historical Farm

On this farm, you can see demonstrations of agricultural activities as they were performed from 1880 to 1910. You can also visit The Willows, a 19th-Century Gothic Revival house built by Paul Revere's grandson. It has since restored and features exhibits, tours and demonstrations interpreting domestic life of yesteryear. more...

Historic Speedwell

Once the country estate of iron master Stephen Vail, the eight museum buildings feature exhibits interpreting 19th-Century domestic and industrial life. The most significant building is the Factory, a National Historic Landmark where Vail's son, Alfred, worked with Samuel F.B. Morse to perfect the telegraph. It was here, on Jan. 11, 1838, the electromagnetic telegraph was first publicly demonstrated, making Historic Speedwell the Birthplace of the Telegraph. more...

Macculloch Hall Historical Museum

The restored brick Federal-style mansion houses an impressive display of furniture and decorative arts. The gardens include an exceptional collection of old-fashioned roses. more...

Morris Museum

The museum features exhibitions, performances and educational programs and is home to the Bickford Theatre. Exhibitions have included bridal gowns during the past 200 years and New Jersey's equestrian sports history. Permanently on display is Musical Machines and Living Dolls: Mechanical Musical Instruments and Automata. more...

Morristown National Historical Park

The park is the site of the 1779-1780 winter encampment of the Continental Army under Gen. George Washington. It is where the army became a cohesive and disciplined fighting force. Washington's Headquarters Museum has various exhibits, including The Military Gallery, The American Style Gallery and The Rare Documents Gallery. The 10 acres at this location include the Ford Mansion, which General Washington used as his headquarters from December 1779 to June 1780. more...

The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms

The former home of Gustav Stickley, designer of mission furniture and a leader in the Arts and Crafts movement, was built in 1911. Visitors may walk on 26 acres of grounds on the country estate. more...

Wick House

This furnished farmhouse, built between 1747 and 1750, is worth a quick visit when you pass it on the recommended walk. The Wick House served as the quarters of Maj. Joseph Bloomfield of the Third New Jersey Regiment during the winter of 1776-1777. It was the winter headquarters of Gen. Arthur St. Clair in 1779-1780. more...

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