Morristown National Historical Park 230 Morris Ave, Morristown, NJ07960 The 1,711-acre Morristown National Historical Park, comprises many areas around Morristown, but most notably the Jacob…More Ford Mansion and Jockey Hollow. It is well known as an encampment for George Washington and the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.
Macculloch Hall Historical Museum 45 Macculloch Ave, Morristown, NJ07960 Built by George Macculloch in 1810, Macculloch Hall is a Federal-style mansion that was transformed into a musuem in…More 1949 by W. Parsons Todd. The museum features Todd's unique antiques collection, changing exhibits and various works by Thomas Nast.
Bellezza Si Esthetics 10 Headley Rd, Morristown, NJ07960 Bellezza Si Esthetics offers personalized skin care services in a historic Tudor mansion. Coco, a friendly pooch, greets…More customers on arrival in the soothing atmosphere, where services include skin care analyses, peels, exfoliation, facials, thermal treatments, oxygen therapy, waxing, eyelash extension, hair reduction, spider vein and anti-cellulite treatments. Imported skin care products are also available for purchase.
The Washington Association of New Jersey, founded in 1874, is one of the oldest historic preservation organizations…More in the nation. WANJ's mission is to preserve and maintain the Jacob Ford Mansion, known as Washington's Headquarters, in Morristown. Gen. George Washington and the Continental Army wintered in Morristown in 1779-80.
Created in 1933, through donations by the Washington Association, Morristown National Historical Park preserves sites in the Morristown area occupied by Gen. Washington and the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. It was the first national historical park in the nation.