Holly Walk, Morris County Tradition Returns Dec. 2 & 3

The Morris County Tourism Bureau and its partners are pleased to announce the return of Holly Walk, a long-standing Morris County tradition that offers visitors the opportunity to visit six local historic sites decorated for the holidays, with one admission ticket, over two days. Tickets are on sale now and will feature six historic sites including: The Morris County Historical Society at Acorn Hall, The Ford Mansion at Morristown National Historical Park, Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, The Schuyler-Hamilton House, and The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms. Each site will offer something special to visitor such as the exhibit of historic quilts at the Schuyler-Hamilton House gathered from four historic houses owned and managed by the Daughters of the American Revolution throughout New Jersey.  Dating from 1821 to 1976, quilts are coming from The Isaac Watson House, Buccleuch Mansion, the Van Bunschooten Homestead, and Schuyler-Hamilton’s own collection. For more information click here.

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