DENVILLE, NJ – The Ayres/Knuth Farm is one of 17 venues featured in this year’s Pathways of History Tour on Saturday, Sept. 22, and Sunday, Sept. 23. An annual event since 2010, the Pathways of History Tour showcases a collection of Morris County’s small, volunteer-run and admission-free museums. This year’s tour, “What’s Old Is New Again,” offers new insight into the history of local communities throughout Morris County and celebrates community pride and volunteerism.
Ayres/Knuth Farm is one of several sites that will include memorial tributes to the World War I Centennial. According to the Ayres/Knuth Farm Foundation, the World War I Mobile Museum will be on display at the newly restored farmhouse, which also is filled with other artifacts. A presenter will be on site, and local schools will be giving credit to children who visit the farm.
Located at 25 Cooper Road in Denville, the Ayres/Knuth Farm is the oldest continuously farmed property in Morris County and is listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places.
Pathways of History is a self-guided tour, and admission is free. The venues are open to the public Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.
This article has been updated to include information about the World War I Mobile Museum and other details included in the second paragraph.