Area Attractions

Located 35 miles west of NYC, Parsippany, NJ, is a business hub and home to many Fortune 500 companies, including Mercedes-Benz, General Motors and AT&T. Business and leisure travelers will enjoy Parsippany’s outstanding family recreational areas, town parks, and golf courses. If you feel like sampling local life and all the fun things to do in Parsippany, NJ, hop aboard our complimentary shuttle to exciting local attractions and restaurants.

Hyatt House Parsippany-East

299 Smith Road
Parsippany, New Jersey, United States, 07054

Phone

Email


What do you want to do today?


Getaways Within A Day

New York City

Check out New York City. Located just 35 miles west of the city, Parsippany is a great hub for visitors who are hoping to visit NYC.

Sports Attractions

Mennen Sports Arena

William G. Mennen Sports Arena is a local multi-purpose venue hosting sporting events and concerts.

Outdoor Adventures

New Jersey Adventure Tours

Lace up those hiking boots and grab your Camelbak! Let NJ Adventure Tours take you on a hike you won't forget!

The Frelinghuysen Arboretum

The majestic 127-acre Frelinghuysen Arboretum is a regional center for horticultural activities of all kinds. The woodlands, meadows, beautiful gardens and distinctive collections of trees make the grounds surrounding the Arboretum’s magnificent Colonial Revival mansion ideal setting for leisurely strolls.

Turtle Back Zoo

Turtle Back Zoo is a zoo in West Orange, New Jersey as part of the South Mountain Recreation Complex. Situated on 20 acres in the South Mountain Reservation, it is part of the Essex County Park System, the oldest county park system in the United States.

Acorn Hall and Gardens

Acorn Hall and Morris County Historical Society’s exhibit galleries are open to the public Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays or by appointment. The gardens at Acorn Hall are open to the public from dawn until dusk. Access to the Patriot’s Path trail starts to the east of the Carriage House which is behind the Hall.

Museums

The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms

Craftsman Farms was founded in 1908 in Parsippany by noted early 20th-century designer Gustav Stickley as a farm and school for the Arts and Crafts movement. This National Historic Landmark is open year round Thursday-Sunday.

Morristown National Park and Washington Headquarters and Museum

Morristown National Historical Park commemorates the sites of General Washington and the Continental Army's winter encampment of December 1779 to June 1780, where they survived through what would be the coldest winter on record.

Historic Speedwell

Historic Speedwell is the restored estate of Stephen Vail, proprietor of Speedwell Ironworks. The property’s Factory Building is where Vail’s son, Alfred, worked with Samuel F.B. Morse to conduct the first successful demonstration of the telegraph on January 11, 1838 – making Speedwell the “Birthplace of the Telegraph.”