Morris County’s most famous municipality. The town and the region are known for their important role in the American Revolution.
Today, Morristown retains its historic past in its architecture and cultural sites but has burgeoned as the region’s largest commercial and shopping center. It's the epitome of contemporary living with exciting shopping, dining, and cultural events, myriad entertainment and recreation offerings year-round, and a prime location near freeways and train with service to Manhattan.
Pedestrian-friendly downtown Morristown boasts upscale shopping along tree-lined South Street and a place to rest and take in the blooms on the famous Green. Enjoy a meal or a drink at one of our many fine, restaurants, cafes and bars. Or just stroll along and soak up the atmosphere of our Colonial and Victorian architecture. And if business is where your head is, you've come to the right place. Morristown is the epicenter of North Jersey commerce, home to hundreds of national and international companies.
History + Heritage
Early in the 1700’s, permanent settlers were attracted to the Morristown by discoveries of iron ore. This vital resource and Morristown’s strategic location made the town extremely valuable to revolutionary forces. During the winter of 1779-80 and on several other occasions, General Washington headquartered at the beautiful Ford Mansion, now a National Historic Park and Museum. Revolutionary soldiers spent the long winter of 1779-80 camped at nearby Jockey Hollow.
Morristown provides many housing choices for the buyer and
renter. It hosts a number of antique homes and
unique properties, Downtown Townhouses, Luxury Mid-Rises,
Colonials, Victorians, Contemporary Homes
and "starter" properties. Children have the
advantage of a strong school system and proximity to
numerous activities. Morristown is home to a diversity of
houses of worship.
Morristown hosts a year round schedule of events for the
community. Events include "Explore Morristown"
and the fall Morristown Festival on the Green. There are
Halloween trick-or-treat programs as well as a Holiday
Festival and Twelfth Night celebration at the New Year.
With the warmth and beauty of a small town and the energy
and activity of a small city, Morristown and the surrounding township are truly
an outstanding area to live, work, and play.
Come see all Morristown has to offer! Let us show you the
beauty of Morristown and Morris County.
Integrated into state and
interstate highway network via I-287, Morristown area residents have access to
all major freeways. Bus service is excellent between Morristown and Netcong.
Rail transportation to New York City, Newark and intermediate stops is the
area’s best via NJ Transit. Morristown center less than an hour away from
New York City. Airport and limousine
service is available from Morristown Airport. The township is in an excellent
location with easy access to major highways, such as State Routes 10 and 24,
U.S. Routes 46 and 202; and Interstates 78, 80, 280, and 287. The areas has
three train stations with service to New York City - Morris Plains, Morristown
and Convent Station. Bus service is excellent between Morristown and Netcong. Airport and limousine service is available from Morristown Airport.
Shopping A world of shopping is within easy reach. Downtown
Morristown presents dozens of specialty shops, fine restaurants, excellent
department stores and
catering virtually to every taste. Nearby Morris County Mall adds additional chain and discount stores.
Area shoppers also have the convenience of being only
minutes away from both the Livingston Mall and the Mall at
Education and Cultural Center Residents of Morristown soon discover the enormous
educational and cultural opportunities available to them
throughout the Morristown area.
Colleges/Universities: Drew University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rabbinical College
of America, Saint Elizabeth College, and the County
College of Morris (Randolph and Morristown) are all
within a few miles.
Recreational Facilities Today, Morristown provides a plethora of social and
cultural options for its residents. Morristown center
less than an hour away from New York City via the midtown
direct train from the Morristown Train Station. Jockey
Hollow and other county, state and federal parks, are
within a 15 minute drive. Within the town proper there is
a theatre, movie house, and shopping opportunities
including department stores and specialty boutiques, as
well as numerous, ethnically diverse restaurants.
County and National Parks, hiking, biking, swimming, skating, movie theatres and health clubs.
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