Situated in Morristown National Historical Park, Jockey Hollow is a well-known spot from the days of the Revolutionary War. The Continental Army spent an extreme cold winter here in 1789-1790 in very cramped quarters, tiny huts that you’ll be able to see on a self-guided tour.
You’ll be smitten with everything you see at Reeves-Reed Arboretum, from the colorful gardens to the unique hardwood forest to the picturesque hiking trails. This stunning locale is listed on the National Register and the New Jersey Register of Historic Places.
This amusement park will knock your socks off with its selection of activities. You’ll have your choice of hair-raising thrill rides, a little-less-scary family rides, and incredibly mild kiddie rides. Try your skill at one of the many arcade games and possibly come away with one cool prize.
First-rate musicals and plays are the domain of the Paper Mill Playhouse. Classic shows range from “Mary Poppins” and “West Side Story” to more recent Broadway hits like “The Producers” and “Million Dollar Quartet.” There are also plenty of musicals just for kids.
This is no ordinary zoo. It’s the number one zoo in the entire Garden State. Be prepared to be impressed with the incredible array of special animals from around the world you will come face to face with. Plus, enjoy attractions galore like the carousel, miniature train, and pony rides.