The Morris Museum has several permanent exhibits, with collections focusing on local wildlife, musical boxes, automata and history. These include a fossil exhibit, a natural science exhibit, minerals, textiles, a Native American collection, and a model train room. There is also the Dodge Room dedicated to Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge, a philanthropist and Morristown resident. The room features several paintings and sculptures relating to Dodge’s philanthropy, especially surrounding her work with animals. Throughout the year, temporary and traveling exhibits can also be viewed, including several art galleries featuring local and enrolled student artists.
This pass provides free admission for up to 2 adults & 3 children.
Replacement cost: $100.
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Masks are recommended for visitors, but not required. Reservations are strongly recommended.