Visit Morristown on a NJ Charter Bus Trip
Rent a Bus to View Historic Sites, Museums & More in a Scenic Small Town
Although best known as the location of Gen. George Washington’s winter headquarters during the Revolutionary War (Yes, Washington really did sleep here), Morristown is rich in the arts and offers many modern delights, including a friendly downtown with interesting shops, restaurants and entertainment.
Looking to do more than shop? Picnic at “the green,” a 200-year-old grassy square in the center of downtown Morristown, tour New Jersey’s largest horticultural park or hike the trails at Lewis Morris Park. Arts and culture lovers will find community theaters and among the museum collections, world-renowned compendium of finely crafted, animated mechanical musical instruments and automata.
Nearby, the towns of Chester and Madison offer up more small-town charm with thriving downtowns.
From start to finish, US Coachways takes the worry out of your vacation plans with experienced and knowledgeable account representatives, dispatchers and drivers. Ideal for community groups, church trips, school trips and sport team travel as well as special events ranging from bachelor parties to birthdays, we provide affordable bus charter rental s with drivers to locations throughout New Jersey, including Trenton, Hoboken and the New Jersey Shore. It’s never been simpler to make a reservation.
What To See & Do In Morristown
Looking for museums, historic sites and fun shopping? Morristown and the surrounding area have all these and more. Below are some of the points of interest that visitors can expect to find and won't want to miss.
- Arts & Cultural—Amid the quaint small town streets, Morristown is rich in the art and culture. The Mayo Performing Arts Center pulls global talent to its stage. The Morris Museum, home to the world-renowned Murtogh D. Guinness Collection of finely crafted, animated mechanical musical instruments and automata. The museum, the third-largest in New Jersey, also houses the Bickford Theatre and presents award-winning performances for all ages.
- Restaurants & Shopping—Shopping malls are great, and New Jersey is full of them. But what about that unique find or epic score you’ll brag about for weeks? South Street contains a string of specialty shops and one-of-a-kind boutiques sporting clothes, music, gourmet foods, pottery and jewelry. Head across the town square to Century 21 and paw through the racks of designer brands at prices up to 65% below retail. Need a respite from all that retail therapy? Grab a bite at one of the local restaurants, from old-fashioned Irish pubs to Asian cuisine.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks—From the Revolutionary War to the Industrial Revolution, Morristown’s historic sites tell the story of America’s birth and coming of age. The Morristown National Historical Park designates where Gen. George Washington and the dispirited Continental Army spent the winter of 1777-78 and the “cold hard winter” of 1779-80. Discover the "Birthplace of the Telegraph” at Historic Speedwell. And tour Macculloch Hall, a Federal-style mansion transformed into a museum that today showcases a collection of works by the political cartoonist Thomas Nast.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities —In winter or summer, Lewis Morris Park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts from hiking and horseback riding to ice skating and sledding. The Frelinghuysen Arboretum, New Jersey's largest horticultural park, showcases native and exotic plants on 127 acres.
Why wait? Book Your Morristown Bus Charter Rental Today
See the best that Morristown has to offer in comfort and convenience. Whether you want a mini-bus, sleeper coach or a 56-seat charter bus, US Coachways can be relied on to give you the trip you deserve. It’s easy to make a reservation, just contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427) and then sit back and enjoy the ride.