in costume or come as you are to this outdoor celebration of all things
that go bump in the Great Swamp at night. Little or big, all of the
ghosts, ghouls, goblins, and witches who appear will be led on a special
night-time tour of the darkest corners, eeriest boardwalks, and
blackest recesses of GSWA’s own small corner of Great Swamp.
Walks begin at the CMA entrance located at 1 Tiger Lily Lane, Morristown.
Groups of 15 to 18 people will be led into the swamp every 15 minutes
from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. The last tour leaves at 8:00 p.m.
After two years of cancellations due to terrifying weather, Bones and Stones graveyard tour returns to the Presbyterian Church located at 57 East Park Place in Morristown on Sunday.
According to the Morris County Tourism bureau, a local historian takes guests through the graveyard behind the
Presbyterian Church revealing the history of Morristown. Some of the
graves reflect the rich and famous of the Morris area while other graves are more tragic.
During the Revolution, soldiers dying of smallpox at the church which
doubled as a hospital were buried in unmarked graves.
The Tourism Bureau offers this spooky walking tour of a Colonial-era burying ground that opened in 1733. This year there are only two tours, one at 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
are one hour and afterwards visitors are invited to see the jack o'
lantern illumination at the reflective pool on South Street, sponsored
by Morris Arts at 6 p.m.
Pre-registration is required and those interested in attending can register by calling 973-631-5151.Tell us: What do you do to get into the Halloween spirit? What are the must experience events of the season for you and your family?