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Morris Museum, Morristown

(3.9/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • First time visiting this museum what a great place not only for adults to visit for kids too! We would come back, especially when they change the exhibits The miniature train exhibit is hands-on activ...  more »
  • Thousands of paintings dedicated to art and artists. The museum also houses the Center for the Study of Southern Art, a reference and research library that includes archives pertaining to artists work...  more »
  • Really enjoyed the automated music and automata exhibit and the miniature exhibit. This site has a small collection of artwork, primarily portraits. The model railroads were a big hit with the kids an...  more »
  • It's okay I won't say it's the best but she pretty small specially since they reduce their trains so I don't like coming here that much.
  • Small but nice. The autotamatoms are worth the entry fee alone.
  • Nice collection of stones The evolution of musical instruments.. Indian musical section touched my heart
  • Poor. I took my daughter, grandson, and 10-week old granddaughter to the yoyo show. It was a good show, but when I purchased tickets, there was a sign stating the everyone must have a ticket "by order of the Morris Township Fire Marshall." I questioned why a 10-week old, being held by the mother, needed a ticket, and they claimed that it was the Fire Marshall's order. I spoke with Linda Morris, the director of the museum, after talking with the Fire Marshall (who said there was no such order). She eventually got back to me and said that it may have been a previous Fire Marshall who ordered that, but because they have to track how many people are in the audience everyone, including a 10-week old, had to have a ticket. I have never heard of anything like this before. Just a way to rip-off people. I'll never be back. I asked Linda to run this by the Board of Directors, and she reluctantly agreed to let me know their response. I'm following up for early October.
  • Tremendous place for young kids. Impressive mechanical music boxes and dolls. Highly recommend the Guinness collection