MONTVILLE, NJ – Spanning almost 300 years of history, the 2019 Pathways of History Tour of Historic Places will feature 20 Morris County historical sites. The tour will take  place Saturday, Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 22 from noon to 4 p.m.

The theme this year is a 10th anniversary celebration of the Pathways tour. Participating sites include:

  • Pompton Plains Station Museum in Pequannock
  • Martin Berry House in Pequannock
  • Pompton Plains Station Museum in Pequannock
  • Monville Museum in Montville
  • Miller-Kingsland House/Boonton Historical Society and Museum in Boonton
  • Boonton Museum at the Dr. John Taylor House in Boonton
  • Oscar A. Kincaid Home of History in Boonton
  • Little Red Schoolhouse in Florham Park
  • Old Littleton Schoolhouse in Parsippany
  • Richardson History House in Mount Tabor
  • Ayres/Knuth Farm Foundation in Denville
  • Ford-Faesch Ironmaster's House in Rockaway
  • Dr. Condict House in Dover
  • Brundage House in Randolph
  • Bridget Smith House in Mine Hill
  • The Kings Store and King House Museums in Roxbury
  • Silas Riggs 'Saltbox' House in Roxbury
  • Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum in Lake Hopatcong
  • Union Schoolhouse, Union Church Ruins and Cemetery in Washington Township
  • Obadiah LaTourette Grist Mille in Washington Township
  • L'Ecole Kinnelon Museum in Kinnelon

Print out the map and materials, grab your friends and a picnic basket, and tour these sites for free!

Go to http://www.pathwaysofhistorynj.net/  for maps and more information.