Morristown, New Jersey

Albeit popular as the area of Gen. George Washington’s winter base camp amid the Revolutionary War, Morristown additionally offers numerous advanced enjoyments, incorporating an inviting downtown with fascinating shops, eateries and amusement. All the activity begins at “the green,” the 200-year-old verdant desert spring amidst the dynamic downtown. Going back to the eighteenth century, when it was a courthouse square, it’s presently a group gathering place and an ideal spot for an outing or a session of catch. Besides the historically significant landmarks, the town also has plenty to offer for art enthusiasts with Mayo Performing Arts Center and the Morris Museum being the most popular local attractions.