MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris County Tourism Bureau has released the 2018 Morris County Visitor's Guide to promote historical, cultural and recreational sites throughout Morris County.

This year's special anniversary edition celebrates 20 years of promoting Morris County as a tourism destination. The information guide highlights all there is to see and do in Morris County and includes a comprehensive list of annual events, a directory of lodging, restaurants, local services and organizations. The guide, which is available now, is available in print and in digital format.

"The #1 reason people travel is to visit friends and family; have your guide ready for when those guests come calling," said Leslie Bensley, Executive Director of Morris Tourism Bureau. "Local residents should be visitors in their own backyards – get out and embrace what’s here", she said.

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"Our choice of cover photographs reflects the range of opportunities people have when visiting", said Bensley.  "You might like to shop (the cover features a mother and daughter happily strolling on Main Street in Madison) or visit a historic site (the cover includes a photo of a washbasin and pitcher from Macculloch Hall in Morristown).  Some people may prefer to take a walk (the cover features a painter at the lush Cross Estate gardens) and enjoy a bite to eat (taste a dish of green curry Origin Thai in Morristown).  Whatever your fancy, Morris County has something for everyone".

Guides may be picked up at  Morris County Tourism Bureau located at 6 Court Street in Morristown or downloaded directly from their website; To make a request by mail, click HERE


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