Where America Survived

Morristown National Historical Park commemorates the sites of General Washington and the Continental army’s winter encampment of December 1779 to June 1780, where they survived through what would be the coldest winter on record. The park also maintains a museum & library collection related to the encampments & George Washington, as well as items relating to pre- and post-Revolutionary America.

Picture of the red-sided Wick House with orange leaves and setting sun

Fall Foliage Season is upon us!

Fall foliage season is upon us - time to go explore some hiking trails!

Historic drawing of Stark's Brigade hut layout

Unveiling Ceremony: Stark's Brigade

Join us for an unveiling ceremony of the rehabilitation of the Stark’s Brigade Monument & new wayside interpretive exhibits

Ghostly Revelations at the Ford Mansion

Ghostly Revelations at the Ford Mansion

Discover some ghostly revelations by Gordon Ward, a well-respected investigator of ghosts and hauntings and an author on the topic.

A fire pit ablaze

Legends and Myths of Morristown

The month of October is filled with talk of myths, legends, and strange events. Join us for a campfire program to investigate these tales.

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Author Mark Lender on "Fatal Sunday"

Park welcomes author Mark E. Lender to the Washington's Headquarters Museum for an illustrated talk on his book, Fatal Sunday.

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Mailing Address:

30 Washington Place
Morristown, NJ 07960


(973) 539-2016 x210

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