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Fosterfields Living Historical Farm
~7.80 miles from Succasunna city center
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Fosterfields Living Historical Farm73 Kahdena Rd.Morristown, New Jersey 07960This 19th century living historical farm and its gothic revival home, The Willows, embody the spirit and prosperity of Morristowns Gilded Age.Website: http://www.parks.morris.nj.us/Phone: 973-326-7645
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~8.13 miles from Succasunna city center
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Wick House was used by General Arthur St. Clair as his headquarters during the winter encampment of 1779-80. Henry Wick owned this successful farm with over 800 acres of timberland and open fields. His home became a central command point during the encampment of 10,000 soldiers.Hobbies & Activities category: Garden or botanic display; Manor or country house
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First Baptist Church
~8.88 miles from Succasunna city center
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Our church began in 1750 as a Mr. Francis Briggs held meetings in his home. Since before the Civil War believers in this area have remained faithful to Christ & God's salvation promised in Him.However, our goal today is to become culturally relevant as we seek to share the gospel of Christ with those around us.We believe this can be done with blended worship in our services and small group meetings in the homes of our people as we practically share our faith with others.
|#4 of 30 Things To Do in Succasunna|
~9.20 miles from Succasunna city center
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Macculloch Hall Historical Museum truly shines among New Jersey's historic house museums. Built from 1810 to 1819, this Federal style mansion of more than twenty rooms was home to George Macculloch and five generations of his descendants. Macculloch is best remembered as the Father of the Morris Canal.The property now known as Macculloch Hall was a twenty-six acre working farm until 1888 when Macculloch's daughter, Mary Louisa Miller, divided the property into a land development corporation. As a farm, Macculloch employed workers, including slaves, until 1819, raising crops including more than two dozen varieties of pears. Not surprisingly, George Macculloch was first president of the Morris County Agricultural Society. He originally conceived the Morris Canal for the transport of farm...
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~9.28 miles from Succasunna city center
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The Hanover Theatre is a center where all can relish the performing arts. The theatre is enhancing the city by providing a world-class facility for local, national, and international performing artists. In addition, The Hanover Theatre provides opportunities for community and educational enrichment through a variety of outreach programs.
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Catholic Church of the Assumption
~9.41 miles from Succasunna city center
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St Mary`s Assumption Parish 63 Monroe St Passaic, NJ 07055. Phone: (973) 779- 0427 Fax: (973) 472-5033. A Parish of The Roman Catholic Diocese of Paterson NJ
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Parsippany Main Library
~9.42 miles from Succasunna city center
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Schuyler Hamilton House
~9.45 miles from Succasunna city center
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This Colonial home dates back the middle of the Eighteenth Century and was the home of Revolutionary War era physician, Doctor Jabez Campfield, and was later the residence of Doctor John Cochran, who was George Washingtons personal physician, and now serves as an historical structure that can offer visitors a glimpse into the history and past of the region.
|#9 of 30 Things To Do in Succasunna|
Morristown City Hall
~9.56 miles from Succasunna city center
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Washington's Headquarters Museum
~9.73 miles from Succasunna city center
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Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site is a historic site in Newburgh, New York, USA. It consists of the Hasbrouck House, the longest-serving headquarters of George Washington during the American Revolutionary War, and three other structures.It is also the oldest house in the city of Newburgh, and the first property acquired and preserved by any U.S. state for historic reasons. For both that and its historic value it was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1961.
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68 Morris Avenue Morristown NJ - (973) 267-3465
~10.03 miles from Succasunna city center
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Acorn Hall, built in 1853. The restoration of the house and gardens gave for its collections, research library and exhibits, the beautiful 1853 Italianate home.
|#12 of 30 Things To Do in Succasunna|
~10.10 miles from Succasunna city center
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The George Griswold Frelinghuysen Arboretum (127 acres) is an arboretum located at 53 East Hanover Avenue, Morristown, New Jersey. It is open daily without charge. It is also the headquarters of the Morris County Parks Commission.The arboretum was established on the site of Whippany Farm, owned by George Griswold Frelinghuysen (1851-1936), son of Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, and a New York City patent attorney and president of Ballantine Brewing Company from 1905 until his retirement, and Sara Ballantine (1858-1940) of Newark, New Jersey, granddaughter of the founder Peter Ballantine of the Ballantine Brewing Company. In 1964 their daughter, Matilda Frelinghuysen (1887-1969) began plans to turn the estate into an arboretum. Today's Frelinghuysen Arboretum was dedicated in 1971.The arbor...
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~10.65 miles from Succasunna city center
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The Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, Georgia was established in 1985 as a non-profit foundation by William S. Morris III, in memory of his parents, as the first museum dedicated to the collection and exhibition of art and artists of the American South.In 1989, Morris bought 230 pictures for the museum from Southern art collector Robert P. Coggins, with Keith Classuen appointed museum director the following year. On 26 September 1992, “The Morris” opened to the public, attracting over 10,000 visitors in the first two months.With more than 3,000 works in its permanent collection, the museum hosts changing exhibitions, educational programs, musical events, and hands-on art programs. The museum is located adjacent to Riverwalk Augusta and the Savannah River.
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Kittatinny Valley State Park
4 Lake Aeroflex Rd Newton NJ
~11.58 miles from Succasunna city center
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Kittatinny Valley State Park is located near Andover, New Jersey. Glacial lakes, limestone outcroppings, former railroads, and a small airport are just some of the features of the park. Lake Aeroflex and Gardner's Pond form part of the headwaters of the Pequest River and are excellent for fishing and boating. The park is home to a variety of wildlife such as whitetail deer, wild turkeys, a variety of songbirds, beavers, muskrats, and squirrels. The park is operated and maintained by the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry.
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East Hanover, NJ
~12.97 miles from Succasunna city center
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East Hanover Township is a township in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. As of the United States 2000 Census, the township population was 11,393. Incorporated in 1928, it is a largely middle to upper-income suburban community situated roughly 25 miles west of New York City. The headquarters of the Nabisco company (now owned by Kraft Foods) and the pharmaceutical company Novartis are located in East Hanover.The name Hanover came from the House of Hanover in Germany. This namesake was given to the Township of Hanover (which included present-day East Hanover) on December 7, 1720 as a sign of respect to King George I of the House of Hanover, the British king who ruled over the American colonies in the eighteenth century. Unique among towns, East Hanover is defined by the joining of t...
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36 Madison Avenue Madison NJ - (973) 408-3000
~13.00 miles from Succasunna city center
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Drew University is a private university located in Madison, New Jersey.Originally established as the Drew Theological Seminary in 1867, the university later expanded to include an undergraduate liberal arts college in 1928 and commenced a program of graduate studies in 1955. Nicknamed the "University in the Forest" because of the relative serenity of its wooded 186 acres (753,000 m²) relative to the school's suburban surroundings, Drew University maintains a combined undergraduate and graduate enrollment of approximately 2,500 students, with the majority living on-campus.While Drew is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, it makes no religious demands on its students. Many of the Theological School's students and faculty are United Methodist, and the General Commission on Arc...
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Old Lafayette Village
75 State Route 15 Lafayette NJ
~13.49 miles from Succasunna city center
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quaint shops and outletsOlde Lafayette Village is located in the heart of beautiful Sussex County at the intersection of State Routes 15 and 94 in Lafayette, New Jersey.
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Sterling Hill Mining Museum
30 Plant St Ogdensburg NJ
~15.46 miles from Succasunna city center
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The Sterling Hill Mine, now known as the Sterling Hill Mining Museum, is a former iron and zinc mine in Ogdensburg, New Jersey. It was the last working underground mine in New Jersey when it closed in 1986. It became a museum in 1989. Along with the nearby Franklin Mine, it is known for its variety of minerals, especially the fluorescent varieties. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.It was originally mined in 1730 when it was mistakenly thought to be a copper deposit. George III of the United Kingdom granted the property to William Alexander, titled Lord Stirling. Stirling sold it to Robert Ogden in 1765. It went through several owners until the various mines were combined into the New Jersey Zinc Company in 1897 They closed in 1986 due to a tax dispute with...
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The Mall at Short Hills
1200 Morris Tpke Short Hills NJ
~16.33 miles from Succasunna city center
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The Mall at Short Hills is a high-end mall in the Short Hills area of Millburn, New Jersey, United States. The mall developer is The Taubman Company. The mall has a gross leasable area of 1,342,000 ft² (120,780 m²), placing it in the top ten among the largest shopping malls in New Jersey.The Mall at Short Hills is located between the JFK Parkway, Route 24, and the Canoe Brook Country Club. The mall is 23 miles (37 km) west of Manhattan and across from the Short Hills Hilton Hotel. The mall includes 160 specialty stores and restaurants including Brooks Brothers, Anne Fontaine, Cartier, Chanel, Crate & Barrel, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Juicy Couture, Legal Sea Foods, Louis Vuitton, Polo Ralph Lauren, Space.nk.Apothecary, Tiffany & Co. and anchors Bloomingdale's, Macy's, Neiman Marcus...
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Franklin Mineral Museum
32 Evans St Franklin NJ
~17.65 miles from Succasunna city center
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A museum featuring mineral specimens illuminated under different types of light, and a mine replica. This part of New Jersey was a major zinc mining area until the ore was depleted in the 1950's.Location: 35 miles NW of Newark, in Franklin Address:Evans StreetFranklin NJ, 8873Contact Info:(201) 827-3481Visitor Info:Evans Street, Franklin 07641. Off of Route 23. Small admission charge.Links:http://www.franklinmineralmuseum.com/
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~19.06 miles from Succasunna city center
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Bridgewater Commons is a fully-enclosed mall located in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey. The mall is located at the intersection of U.S. Route 22 and U.S. Route 202/U.S. Route 206 and borders Interstate 287. The mall opened in 1989 and has a gross leasable area of 900,000 sq ft (84,000 m2). Bridgewater Commons is owned by General Growth Properties.The mall was expanded in 2005-06 to include a lifestyle center called "The Village at Bridgewater Commons". It is anchored by Crate and Barrel and Maggiano's Little Italy and contains 15 other stores.Mall anchors are Bloomingdale's, Lord & Taylor and Macy's. The mall also contains a wide variety of upscale stores, such as Brooks Brothers.The mall hours are Monday-Thursday: 10:00 am-9:00 pm, Friday: 10:00 am-9:00 pm, Saturday: 10:00 am-9:00...
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Turtle Back Zoo
South Orange NJ
~19.40 miles from Succasunna city center
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Turtle Back Zoo, located in West Orange, New Jersey, is a zoo in New Jersey. Situated on 18 acres (73,000 m2) of land in South Mountain Reservation, it is part of the Essex County Park System, the oldest county park system in the United States. Founded in 1963, the zoo was originally a showcase for animals indigenous to New Jersey, but currently features species from every continent except Antarctica. Located adjacent to the Richard J. Codey Arena, practice home of the New Jersey Devils. The zoo is open year-round, recording over 340,000 visitors in 2007.Recent additions to the zoo include Filipino "golden mantled" flying foxes, making Turtle Back the first zoo in the country to show this species of bat; an American Black Bear exhibit; the Essex Farm, which holds common farm animals and ...
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United States Bicycling Hall of Fame
~20.13 miles from Succasunna city center
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The United States Bicycling Hall of Fame, located in Davis, California, is a private organization formed to preserve and promote the sport of cycling.The hall was formerly located in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey. The Hall announced in April 2009 that it would move to Davis. The grand opening of the new downtown Davis facility was on April 24, 2010. The hall of fame joined a collection of historic bicycles that were already located in Davis. Davis has an extensive bicycling infrastructure, culture and legacy. It replaced the 3rd and B teens center, which was a slightly controversial move among the teenage population of Davis, but many of it's functions, such as dances, were moved to the veteran's memorial.Historic bicycles at the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame in Davis, California...
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TD Bank Ballpark
~21.08 miles from Succasunna city center
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TD Bank Ballpark is a 6,100-seat baseball park in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey that hosted its first regular season baseball game on June 7, 1999, as the tenants of the facility, the Somerset Patriots, defeated the Newark Bears. It was designed by Clark Caton Hintz and SSP Architecture and built by Epic Construction.TD Bank Ballpark is named for TD Bank, N.A., which purchased Commerce Bancorp in 2007. Formerly called Commerce Bank Ballpark, the original naming rights were sold to the institution in July 2000. The stadium was originally known as Somerset Ballpark.
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Seton Hall University
400 S Orange Ave South Orange NJ - (973)275-HALL
~21.63 miles from Succasunna city center
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Seton Hall University is a private Roman Catholic university in South Orange, New Jersey, United States. Founded in 1856 by Archbishop James Roosevelt Bayley, Seton Hall is the oldest diocesan university in the United States. Seton Hall is also the oldest and largest Catholic university in the State of New Jersey. The university is known for its programs in business, law, education, nursing, and diplomacy.Seton Hall is made up of nine different schools and colleges with an undergraduate enrollment of about 5,200 students and a graduate enrollment of about 4,500. Its School of Law, which is ranked by US News & World Report as one of the top 100 law schools in the nation, has an enrollment of about 1,200 students. For 2009, BusinessWeek's "Colleges with the Biggest Returns" ranked Seton Ha...
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East Orange (Neighborhood)
New York City NY
~22.97 miles from Succasunna city center
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East Orange is a city in Essex County, New Jersey, USA. As of the United States 2000 Census, the city had a total population of 69,824. The United States Census Bureau's 2005 population estimate for East Orange was 68,190.East Orange was originally incorporated as a township by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 4, 1863, from portions of Orange town, and was reincorporated as a city on December 9, 1899, based on the results of a referendum held two days earlier
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Legends Riding Stable
153 State Rt 94 Vernon NJ
~23.06 miles from Succasunna city center
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Hours of Operation Spring Hours.....9:00 to 5:00pm Directions Close to the resorts in Vernon valley 1/2 mile south of Mountain Creek From NYC & LI: Take the GWB to I-80 west (for approx 15.5 miles). Take Rte. 23 north towards Butler (for approx 6.5 miles) until you see the I-287 ramps. Go approx 23 miles past the ramps and turn right on Rte 94 north. The stable is approx 3 1/2 miles on the left. (Don't miss the right turn on 94 at the brown church.)From the North: Take I-87 south to Thruway Exit 17. Take I-84 west to the Rte 17 Quickway. Take Rte 17 south/east (towards NYC for approx 8 miles) to Exit 126. Take Rte 94 south to the light in Vernon, NJ (an ATM is at the bank on the left next to the Burger King). Turn right (staying on Rte 94) to Mountain Creek. The stable is approx 1/2 mi...
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Garden State Convention and Exhibition Center
~23.24 miles from Succasunna city center
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|#29 of 30 Things To Do in Succasunna|
~23.60 miles from Succasunna city center
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Piscataway Township (pronounced /p?'skæt?we?/) is a Township in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the United States 2000 Census, the township population was 50,482.The name Piscataway stems from the area's original European settlers, transplants from near the Piscataqua River defining the coastal border between New Hampshire and Maine, whose name derives from Pisgeu (meaning "dark night") and awa ("Place of"). The area was first settled in 1666 by Quakers and Baptists who had left the Puritan colony in New Hampshire.Piscataway Township was formed on December 18, 1666, and officially incorporated on February 21, 1798. The community, the fifth oldest municipality in New Jersey, has grown from Native American territory, through a colonial period and is one of the...
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Mountain Creek Ski Area and Water Park
200 Route 94 Vernon NJ
~23.75 miles from Succasunna city center
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Mountain Creek Ski Area and Water Park offers snow skiing, snowboarding, tubing, mountain biking, a water park and more.Mountain Creek Waterpark is a seasonal water theme park located at Mountain Creek Ski Resort in Vernon Township, New Jersey. They are open from about Memorial Day through Labor Day.The water park and ski resort are owned by Intrawest, a major North American ski resort operator. During the summer season, Intrawest contracts with Palace Entertainment to operate the water park. Palace Entertainment has been acquired by Parques Reunidos, which manages and owns many other parks globally as of 2007.A majority of Mountain Creek's attractions were built as part of "Waterworld" at Action Park, where they were notorious for their poor safety record, including several deaths...