The Morris Museum is Morris County’s epicenter for the arts, sciences, and humanities. Located in the former Frelinghuysen mansion in historic Morristown, the Museum boasts a permanent collection showcasing gems, wildlife, Native American artifacts, dinosaurs, and much more. It is the home of the Murtogh D. Guinness Collection, one of the country’s largest collection of mechanical musical instruments and automata, and the Bickford Theatre, which presents a range of dramas, comedies, musicals, concerts, children’s theatre, and other special performances throughout the year. From fine arts to fossils, from music to molecules, there’s something for everyone at the Morris Museum!
Children 3-12: $7
Children under 3: Free
Admission is "pay as you wish" for all visitors on the second and third Thursday of each month from 5:00-8:00 pm.
Jersey Rocks!:A History of Rock & Roll in the Garden State Digital Exhibition: www.newjerseyrockandroll.org