Things To Do In Morristown NJMorristown had an important role in the independence war from Great Britain, which is why it is considered the symbolic capital of the American Revolution. There is a lot of history to be discovered in this place and one of the first things to do here is visiting Morristown National Historical Park, for an educational and fun experience for all ages. At Jockey Hollow, besides learning historical facts about the Revolutionary War, you can also see the soldiers' encampment.
Families with children will surely enjoy their time at Mayo Performing Arts Center, the Bickford Theater, as well as at the Mommy Poppins Museum, where they can attend various historic, artistic and cultural events.
Morristown has many attractions for nature lovers as well. The George G. Frelinghuysen Arboretum has a great collection of trees, Loantaka Brook Reservation provides great places for having a picnic, hiking, riding bikes and horses. You can also visit Morristown Farmer's Market from June to November and buy organic products. If you are in Morristown during the cold season, you can have a lot of fun at Mennen Ice Rink.
You can also indulge your sweet tooth at a local chocolate factory or at Beatles-themed Strawberry Fields.
For a change of sight seeing pace, schedule time for your family to do something different and creative. Look at Pinot's Palette for an evening of camaraderie, laughter, and painting. Better yet, everyone can take their painting home as reminder of time well spent together!