The Morris Museum will be hosting a premiere screening of the Morristown- and Princeton-focused episodes of “Travels with Darley: Revolutionary Road Trip New Jersey” and a sneak preview of a third episode on Sunday, February 18 at 2 p.m. This event is presented in partnership with Morris County Economic Development Alliance and Tourism Bureaus’ 250th committee.
After the screening, a Q&A will follow. Audience members will learn more about the hidden gems that they can visit in New Jersey and get the inside scoop on filming with PBS television host and travel expert Darley Newman, Morris Museum’s Executive Director Tom Loughman, President & CEO of the MCEDA & Morris County Tourism Bureau, Craig Schlosser, and other key experts.
Through the never-before-seen content, attendees will experience places in New Jersey, where colonial history comes to life — from historic pubs to restaurants and homes that famous figures George Washington and Alexander Hamilton visited, as well as key battlefields, parks, museums and encampment sites. These “Revolutionary Road Trips” will debut this winter in the Emmy Award-nominated “Travels with Darley” series on NJ PBS and nationwide. The first season spotlights many key destinations in three half hour episodes on New Jersey.
This event is being supported by Morris Museum, Morris County Economic Development Alliance and Tourism Bureau’s 250th and Film Committees, and the American Battlefield Trust, among other partners.
Event tickets and more information: www.morrismuseum.org/darley
Check out an episode preview here!