Parsippany-Troy Hills Township, commonly called simply Parsippany (/pɑːrˈsɪpəni/), is a township in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 53,238, reflecting an increase of 2,589 (+5.1%) from the 50,649 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 2,171 (+4.5%) from the 48,478 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4.5 based on 87 reviews
If you have even a slight interest in the Craftsman era of 100 years ago, you have to visit the Craftsman Farms, Gus Stickley's log cabin. Pete was our docent, he was very knowledgeable and super nice. Museum quality original Gus items, a highlight of our recent vacation!
4.5 based on 38 reviews
The Whippany Railway Museum has been bringing to life the history of New Jersey's railroads to the public. Offering family entertainment for young and old alike. Weekly excursions and events are a thrill for the whole family. Since 1965 the Whippany Railway Museum is dedicated to Preserving the Heritage and History of the Railroads of New Jersey through the Restoration, Preservation, Interpretation and Operation of Historic Railroad Equipment and Artifacts from New Jersey and the immediate vicinity. We offer excursion rides several times a year, The museum is open every ride day as well as Sundays from 12pm to 4pm during the months from May to September. The museum features vintage train memorabilia & information as well as a museum shop You can wander our grounds and see our collection of vintage rolling stock as well as steam and diesel engines. For more Information and to purchase tickets for all our ride dates, visit our web site
Went here for Father's Day. Wasn't a bad visit but the place is overly simple, which is to be expected based on price. There are a few old trains out, that you can't go in most of them. We took a ride on the train, but that was fairly unpleasant because of the heat (and lack of A/C in the cars). There really isn't anything of any interest to see out of the windows and there was no one narrating anything or saying anything about the trains. There wasn't even anyone other than the conductor to answer questions and he seemed polite, but disinterested in doing so. Was a bit of a bummer, actually.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
As everyone else points out, it is amazing that the top of this park has a view of the NYC skyline at a distance. The paths can be a little steep, so be careful on your way down because the rocks are all extremely loose so you might slide a little.
4.5 based on 148 reviews
A brand new museum was unveiled at Washington's Headquarters over Presidents Day Weekend. In addition to the Ford Mansion, just a few steps away, there is now a museum which has a film and War Gallery. along with another room containing artifacts, the new Discovery Center focuses on what life was like during the Revolution for people living in NJ. Exhibits cover musket firing, desertions, food scarcity, loyalty oaths, to name a few. Many of the exhibits are interactive, which appeal to kids and adults alike, there are costumes to try on and there is even an authentic door from an 18th century Morristown jail. Add a visit to Jockey Hollow (approximately 3 miles south), site of the winter encampment of 1779-1780, and you can experience the Revolutionary War as never before. Good for school-age children & adults and it's free.
5 based on 4 reviews
NJ Adventure Tours is your premier guide for fun and adventure throughout the Garden State. Come explore and experience the excitement that offers a variety of sporting, recreational and family oriented activities including some of the state's best attractions!
I highly recommend going on an adventure with NJ Adventure Tours! My son and I had a wonderful experience and now have fond memories due to the diligence, effort and dedication of John Kelly. Set something up ASAP! You will always remember it!
4.5 based on 37 reviews
My son and I hiked at Pyramid Mountain Natural
Historic Area this afternoon. It was a perfect late spring day, and the trails were in excellent shape.
There is a very good map and descriptive brochure at the kiosks. One improvement: there are no indications of how long particular hikes are.
But the hiking was great, and we got plenty of exercise and plenty of beauty too.
5 based on 3 reviews
Come take a pottery class at the Cracked Pot Studio! Learn to make something on the potter's wheel or by hand. Ongoing classes as well as single time sessions are available by appointment.
From the first minute when I met the instructor, Heather, she put me at ease. I knew immediately she was a genuine person. There were many students so I knew they kept coming back for a reason too.
5 based on 59 reviews
Real-life escape games featuring New Jersey themes. Groups of 2-10 people are able to immerse themselves in authentic experiences as they count down the time left on the clock. Book your reservation now, and see if you can Escape the Garden State!
We completed the Boardwalk room at this facility, which bases its attractions on New Jersey experiences. The room uses classic cerebral puzzles mixed with some light physical challenges (nothing too strenuous). There are a couple of minor bumps, including one of the early puzzles, which seemed disconnected with no way to realize it was even there (you aren't supposed to break things in escape rooms, of course, and this bordered on that). The other was one of the last puzzles that seemed to be calibrated away from success.
Despite these VERY minor bumps, this was a fantastic experience. The room was large and multi-faceted, the puzzles encouraged communication, and we never felt too stumped. Note that clues are delivered at the game master's discretion via television (rather than loud speaker or other in-theme gimmick). The pacing felt good. We're looking forward to returning for the Power Surge / Edison-themed room.
4.5 based on 277 reviews
Part of the Morristown National Historical Park, this recreated campsite was home to the Pennsylvnia troops in the winter of 1779-80.
Jockey Hollow is a beautiful park, with many walking trails, and a strong interpretive center. The Wick House and grounds/gardens give you the feel of colonial times while the re-creations of the soldiers’ huts (barracks) illustrate the tough conditions the soldiers faced wintering in New Jersey two years after Valley Forge. Dogs on a leash are allowed. Ample parking. A definite stop for history buffs.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Start with a blank canvas. Add your favorite wine, some of your best friends, and leave with your own masterpiece at the end of a fun-filled evening! Our talented instructors will teach you step-by-step as you paint in a relaxed, group setting. No experience necessary. Join us for a step-by-step painting class where you get to bring your favorite food and drinks! We can teach anyone to paint!
Went for a painting for Frozen with my daughter. Very nice area and instructors were good. Only problem was that it felt very rushed. My daughter is young and had trouble keeping up, so I ended up doing a lot of the actual painting. But the premise is a good one and I would not mind going back without my daughter.
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