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The Weather in Morristown
Above are the weather conditions for Morristown. July is the warmest month in Morristown with average maximum temperatures of 80°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 8° in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is September.
A vacation home in Morristown for an American getaway
With all the conveniences of the big city, Morristown, New Jersey still remains a quintessential American town, marked by timeless history and architecture. Open-air markets and street fairs are a regular occurrence here. Bask in the warmth of small town Americana with a vacation rental in Morristown.
Morristown's exciting culinary delights
If home-cooked, classic American cuisine is what you are after, look no further than Morristown. The town is dotted with friendly coffee bars, fine-dining restaurants, and those serving international cuisine.
Chef Fredy's Table regales with its beer-influenced dishes and inventive quail, calamari, scallop, and crab-meat preparations. For a classy sit-down meal crafted from basmati rice and tomato saffron sauce, Marjan Fine Persian Grill won't disappoint. Mehndi Restaurant entices with its tandoori preparations, seekh kebabs and typically Indian fare.
Art and culture in Morristown
A walking tour is a great way to get acquainted with Morristown's architectural gems, such as Morris County Courthouse on Washington Street, built in the Federal-style. On the same street is the Romanesque Revival style First Baptist Church. The former dance school and residence of Monsieur Louis Sansay, Sansay House is a must-see, as is the vernacular Victorian Admiral Rogers House.
The museum at Morristown National Historical Park houses artifacts related to pre and post-Revolutionary American history and George Washington. Plan a visit to The Factory in Historic Speedwell (Speedwell Village). This was where Samuel Morse and Alfred Vail developed Morse Code.
Take the kids down to the Fosterfields Living Historical Farm where they can churn butter, husk corn and feed chickens employing turn-of-the-century farming methods. You can even enjoy a picnic and interact with farm animals while here.
The swimming pool at Burnham Park is a great place to cool off in the summer heat. After all that activity, take the kids down the Committed Pig hamburger joint for a juicy burger. Morristown has a little something for everyone.
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