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Morris Plains Borough Museum
51 Jim Fear Dr, Morris Plains, NJ 07950

More than 300 years of history are explored in the Morris Plains Borough Museum. Its collection includes historicMore photographs, maps, postcards, clothing, artifacts and artwork. Among the Museum's most prized possessions are a squirrel-tail-style fire pump, used by the borough's first fire department. 

The Morris Plains Museum's stated mission is to "connect the past to the present and make Morris Plains's vibrant history tangible, relevant and meaningful for today's community and for generations to come."

The Morris Plains Museum dates back to 1974. It has been in its present location since 2005.

 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
283 James St, Morristown, NJ 07960

This site houses both the Morristown 1st Ward (English speaking) and a 2nd Ward (Spanish speaking) of the ChurchMore of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Both Wards have meetings each Sunday at 10:00 a.m.

The building is also the headquarters for the New Jersey Morristown Mission (office phone 973-326-9494) and the Morristown Family History Center. The Family History Center is open to the public for genealogical research. Its hours are:

Wednesdays 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturdays 9:00 a.m. to noon.

 

Loantaka Brook Reservation
480 South St, Morristown, NJ 07960
Incorporated into the Morris County Park System in 1957, the Loantaka Brook Reservation is a 570 acre public parkMore featuring hiking trails, athletic fields, sheltered picnic areas, a lake, playgrounds, horse trails and more. For more information about the park's features and history, visit the Morris County Parks Web site.
Fosterfields Living Historical Farm
Kahdena Rd at Co Hwy 510, Morristown, NJ 07960
Agricultural history comes to life at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, where the tools, the equipment and evenMore the farmers' clothes are straight out of the Victorian Era. Visitors experience not just a re-enactment but a true working farm where baby animals are born in the spring, honey comes from beehives and activities like wagon rides, quilting and open-hearth cooking can be experienced firsthand. 
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