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Wightman's Farm, Morristown
(3.4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • My mother and I visited this farm while we were in New Jersey for Thanksgiving in 2016. It was a very nice farm and we were glad that we stopped' 
  • A little pricey, but always a fun trip. We have gone 3 years in a row now. The best time to visit is during the week after 3pm--all the school groups are gone. You'll practically own the place. 
  • It is probably the best and most complete of the farm and fruit picking places in the area. They have apples, punpkins, hayrides and a maze(I'm sure I missed something.) That said it can get very very...  more »
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  • I came here on a class field trip with my son, so I can only review what we did. The staff was organized and friendly, guiding our buses into the spots, then blocking them off for the kids to get in and out safely. The hay ride was longer than I expected, but it goes up a decent hill, so a few kids and I were sliding on the hay. The hay wagon was loaded with hay, so the floor was comfortable, and there weren't any bumps or sore bottoms. There was a large field of pumpkins for the kids to pick from, and then the play areas were nice. There are plenty of picnic tables to sit at near the kids play area. Very nice trip.
  • Wightman's is our favorite place to go apple picking. We usually end up going a couple of times a year: once solely for apples, and once for the whole fall experience (apples, pumpkins, roasted corn, corn maze, hay ride, etc). It's becoming more and more popular, and it's getting harder to get the apples you want. You really need to make sure you call their hotline on a weekly basis to find out which apples are available for picking. Their little store has wonderful produce, and great cider donuts (we actually stop there throughout the year for the donuts).
  • It was a great family time. Nothing was too expensive. I recommend to buy the membership for apple picking and the go to the hayride. You get a dollar free per person! It was to fun, and my little one year old enjoyed everything.
  • Fun times. Hayride is pretty long, apples were good. The orchard is on a hill, something to keep in mind for walking. No carts/wagons available for the little ones. You buy a "membership" in order to get apples, but the membership also comes with discounts to hayrides and other activities. BUY THE MEMBERSHIP FIRST. Get there either very early or after lunch. Lines seemed to peak at 11am.
  • Fun place. Yummy apples. It's fine to show up with strollers and wagons and everything. Just know that the beginning Hill is hard to get up to as it is a rocky dirt path but afterwards you'll be able to use a stroller or wagon. Dogs are not allowed in the Orchard and side Knocked off 2 Stars. During fall time there are hayrides to a pumpkin patch. They make cider donuts in half. The coffee is pretty good to have while your kids are doing stuff. They also have lots of other little treats like pickles on sticks and grilled corn which is very amazing corn.