Things To Do In Morristown

  • Click the link below to view our events in downtown Morristown.

    Morristown Partnership Events

    Morristown Restaurant Week, Morristown Farmers Market, Morristown Festival on the Green and Christmas Festival at the Morristown Green

  • The Community Theatre
    World-class entertainment right here in our own "backyard." Please check out the current calendar of entertainment by clicking on the Community Theatre website; click on the headline to see page 2 and the hyperlink for the Theatre website.
  • Morristown National Historical Park
    See a wonderful film about George Washington's activity in the Morristown area and his stay at the historic Ford Mansion in 1779–80. Then, take the hourly guided tour of the historic mansion and see the permanent displays in this interesting museum. Free parking. Follow signs on Morris Ave. to entrance off of Washington Place. This museum is truly one of the treasures of the U.S. National Park System.
  • Shop, Dine, Celebrate Morristown

    • Quaint and Historic downtown shopping district
    • Fine specialty stores and boutiques
    • Eat, Drink and be Merry at our many eateries
    • Give the gift of Morristown with Gift Certificates from the Morristown Partnership
    • Celebrate the joy and diversity of the season at numerous places of worship
    • Parking
  • Fosterfields
    Write On Program: Fosterfields is presenting this exciting new program that draws on the wealth of local history and focuses on those who interpreted and recorded it.

    Visit Fosterfields for a look at farm life in Morris County 100 years ago. Call for weekly programs. Throughout the year, farming, live–stock and domestic life demonstrations follow actual events documented in Charles Foster's 1901 farm journal.
    A shuttle bus is available to The Willows mansion for handicapped and elderly visitors on Sundays.

  • Speedwell Village - Morristown
    This interesting historical site is open to the public from May - October.
  • Fosterfields
    Each weekend the farm hosts a demonstration or event celebrating the life styles of a century ago.