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  • Road work on Washington Place Friday Sept 26th to Wednesday Oct 1st weather permitting

    Expect delays arriving to Washington's HQ and Ford Mansion due to roadwork and repaving of Washington Place. Give yourself more time to arrive for tours of the Ford Mansion. Call 973-539-2016 ext.210 for updates if needed

  • Mandatory All Employee Staff Meeting on Friday October 3rd

    The Visitor Center, Wick House, Museum and the Ford Mansion will be closed Friday Oct 3rd from 9am to 11am for a mandatory all employee meeting. Tours of the Ford Mansion will resume at 11am. Sorry for the inconvience. Call 973-539-2016 ext.210 for info.


National Parks are America's most sacred natural and cultural resources. You can take an active role in preserving these places by making a donation.

If you wish to help Morristown National Historical Park with projects and operations, there a few ways to help.

For more information on direct donations and how they help, please contact Park Superintendent at 973-539-2016 ext. 200 or e-mail us.

  • You can make a tax deductible gift directly to the park by sending a check made payable to National Park Service:

    Morristown National Historical Park
    ATTN: Superintendent
    30 Washington Place
    Morristown, NJ 07960

    Your check will be deposited in a government donation account to support park programs. Donations with restrictions unfortunately cannot be accepted.

  • You may also make a donation through The Washington Association of New Jersey, a tax-exempt, non-profit corporation that helps support preservation, education and interpretation programs.

    Checks made payable to The Washington Association of New Jersey can be mailed to:

    Washington Association of New Jersey
    P.O. Box 1473
    Morristown, NJ 07962

    The WANJ may be able to accommodate some restricted giving.

Did You Know?


The Grand Union Flag, also called Congress Colors, First Navy Ensign, or Cambridge Flag, had 13 red and white stripes and a blue field in the upper left corner with the cross of St. George of England and the cross of St. Andrew of Scotland. It was the first flag of the American Revolution.