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Around 51,000 people live in this part of North Jersey.
This destination is situated 45 miles away from Trenton, the state capital, and 4 miles away from Morristown.
The whole family is sure to have a ball at the Fosterfields Living Historical Farm and Land of Make Believe Amusement Park. If you're hunting for even more excitement, the Alstede Farms and Stryker Airsoft are some other possibilities.
The Cricket Hill Brewing Co is the place to be if sipping on a beer is your preferred way to round off the day. Enquire about scheduled tours or simply pull up a pew and relish their original styles and flavours.
Keen on taking off to somewhere peaceful and leisurely sipping on a glass of the local red? Then make sure you visit Four Sisters Winery at Matarazzo Farms or the Brook Hollow Winery.
Spend a relaxing day exploring Leonard J. Buck Garden or the Cross Estate Gardens, where you can view a variety of local flora.
There's no need to venture deep into the forest to see a bit of greenery. Frelinghuysen Arboretum and Morristown National Historical Park are just two of the lovely grassy spots you'll discover amid this concrete jungle. If you're looking for more options, find a good spot and let the day pass lazily by at Willowwood Arboretum or Acorn Hall.
Pyramid Mountain Visitors Center is a good starting point for your stay. You'll discover a wealth of information here, including day trip ideas, which restaurants to eat at and much more.
Slip on your comfiest walking shoes and prepare to go adventuring. There are plenty of nature reserves around here that are just waiting to be enjoyed. The fresh air and natural surroundings at Hopatcong State Park and Hacklebarney State Park are as invigorating as they come. Two more areas to take a look at are Schooleys Mountain County Park and Stephens State Park.
The Morris Museum and the United States Golf Association Museum are ideal places to hide away from a rainy day. Take a look at the eye-opening exhibits and ask the staff about guided tours and other special happenings! Museum enthusiasts also need to check out the Washington's Headquarters Museum and The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms.
Improve your knowledge of the natural world with a trip to the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts. With so much information to absorb and so many fascinating specimens to look at, you might need to spend a whole day there!
You needn't be an art expert to get something out of the wonderful pieces which grace the walls of Farmstead Arts Center. Just look closely and let your mind run wild!
Delve into the secrets of the city's past at the Ralston General Store Museum. Through stories, images and artefacts, the exhibits highlight the main people and events that have made the area what it is today.
Parsippany has lots of interesting historic attractions. Why not start digging into this destination's past at First Baptist Church and the College of Saint Elizabeth? If that doesn't satisfy the history nerd in you, also make your way to the Macculloch Hall and Morristown City Hall.
Contemplate life and what it all means at two of the city's historic sacred sites, Catholic Church of the Assumption and St. Peter's Episcopal Church.
It's far better to think back on your life and say, "I can't believe I did that," rather than, "I really wish I had done that." So, while you're here you should also check out some of the less well-known sights, such as the Mayo Performing Arts Center and the Parsippany Main Library. The Kay Environmental Center and Inline Morristown also offer a memorable day out.