MORRISTOWN, NJ - This weekend's summer walking tour is Discover Victorian Morristown Walking Tour. The tour on Saturday June 30 begins at 11am.
Learn about one of the grandest periods in Morristown's 300-year plus history- Victorian Morristown. Your guide will be Karen Ann Kurlander, a local expert in the period. Walk through Morristown, visiting commercial and residential buildings in the Historic District that date from 1850-1910. Karen Ann will also enlighten you on the social customs of the day, and explain how the houses known as "painted ladies" came to Morristown.
This tour will also take place July 14 and August 4
The remainder of the Summer Walking Tours include:
Discover Colonial Morristown Walking Tour (Saturdays: July 21 and August 11 at 10:00am)
This unique walking tour will cover a mile through Morristown visiting sites associated with General George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and Lafayette’s stays here in 1777 and 1779-80. Your guide will be Patricia Sanftner, an expert on Colonial life in Morristown and on Alexander and Betsy Schuyler.
Discover American Presidents and First Ladies Annual Curator’s Talk (Saturday, July 28 at 10 am) Visit Morristown National Historical Park for this special lecture/show & tell program to be given by Dr. Jude Pfister, Chief of Cultural Resources. While the park displays and interprets the events of two winter encampments by the Continental Army, its archives span the years 15,000 B.C. to the 20thcentury and include 500,000 objects, many of which have never, and never will be, on display to the public. This year’s program will highlight items in the collection that directly relate to American Presidents and First Ladies.
Tickets are $15.00 per person. Pre-regististration and pre-pay online at Eventbrite.com or morristourism.org/tours. Call the office at 973-631-5151 for more information.
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