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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.

Support Your Park



In Fiscal Year 2013:

- 330 Volunteers
- 12,888 hours were donated
- Saving the National Park Service: $270,648.00


Click to open and review the VIPS are Volunteers- In- Parks Morristown NHP brochure to find a Volunteer opportunity which interests you.

VIPs are Volunteers-In-Parks
Morristown National Historical Park brochure

Volunteer Application form

Please click on Volunteer Application to apply, our Volunteer Application is in Adobe Reader only. Fill in the form, print and sign. You may post the Volunteer Application in the mail to:

Morristown NHP
c/o Pamela Dobben
30 Washington Place
Morristown, NJ 07960


When your Volunteer Application arrives in the park, your Volunteer Application will begin a review process to match your interests to any Volunteer opportunity requested &/ or available. You will be notified whether we have a match or not. If we do have a match you may be requested to come in for an interview.

Please be advised, some Volunteer positions may require a background investigation.

For additional information please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 973-539-2016 ext.230 or e-mail us


Current Volunteer Opportunities

Did You Know?

line of battle

A Line of Battle was the standard 18th century troop formation. It generally consisted of a double row of men which allowed one row to fire as the other row reloaded.