The Morris Museum has been serving the Morristown real estate community since the early 1900’s. With a mission to “celebrate art, science, history and the performing arts by providing engaging exhibitions and programs, all of which are designed to excite the mind and promote cultural interest”, the venue is a true patron of the arts. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 12 to 5 p.m. there’s plenty of time to check out key exhibits or attend a special event. First constructed as a children’s museum the Morris Museum collection contains a wonderful timeline of interesting historical objects from the whimsical to functional.
When folks are in the mood for a show Morristown property does not disappoint. As part of the Morris Museum, The Bickford Theatre presents an array of productions throughout the year. From classical music to comedy there is something on the calendar to suit a wide range of moods. With seats for just over 300 people, audience members cheer together one moment and wipe a tear together a few minutes later.
Morristown Real Estate is Jazzed Up
Music is in the house with regular classical music concerts. Concerts and special performances feature spectacular orchestras, solo concerts and sweet-sounding symphonies. The Main Stage is set for plays, musicals and comedies ranging from Broadway sensations to Off-Broadway masterpieces. Jazz it up on Morristown real estate during the Jazz Showcase. Unforgettable evenings spotlight past, present and future jazz musicians. The Bickford Children’s Theatre presents a unique opportunity for children to let their imaginations flow. Over two dozen shows are designed specifically to delight young audiences. These wonderful musicals and dramas create a lifelong adoration for theater arts. Action lights up the big screen during the Bickford Film Series. Various worthy films are shown including classics, shorts and educational pieces. Tickets for all productions can be obtained by calling the box office at 973-971-3706.
Come take a peak in the galleries of Morris Museum or sit down to enjoy a show in the Bickford Theatre. Generations connect with one another walking the halls here.