Kashyap Joshi: Opened in 1973 in what had been the one-room Community Cocktail Lounge, the Dublin Pub is nestled at the top of Pine Street, just off busy South Street. Its murals of downtown Dublin, original street lampposts, antiques, artwork and full menu of great food and drink, recreate the wonderful warmth of a traditional Irish Pub. Known for its authenticity and as a gathering place for friends and family, the Pub has established itself as a Morristown landmark.
Mayo Performing Arts Center
Macculloch Hall Historical Museum
Kashyap Joshi: Built in 1819 by George Perrot Macculloch, who was known as the "Father of the Morris Canal." The canal connected Pennsylvania's coal mines to Morris County's iron foundries. The canal was in operation for approximately ninety years, and was a major factor in the development of the city of Morristown, NJ.
Thomas Nast House
Kashyap Joshi: The Thomas Nast Home, also known as Villa Fontana, was the home of Thomas Nast in Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, United States. He was a German born editorial cartoonist whose drawings in Harpers Weekly contributed to the downfall of Tammany Hall. He is also known as the creator of several iconic images such as Santa Claus, the Democratic Donkey, and the Republican Elephant.
Morristown National Historical Park
Kashyap Joshi: Morristown National Historical Park consists of three sites, the Ford Mansion, Fort Nonsense, and Jockey Hollow centered around the junction of U.S. Route 202 and new Jersey Route 24 in Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, United States, that were important during the American Revolutionary War. Morristown is called the military capital of the revolution because of its strategic location, being the source for many essential supplies, and being used twice as the winter headquarters for George W