Enjoy all the advantages of the city combined with the tranquility of the suburbs when you stay at our conveniently located hotel at Headquarters Plaza. Experience the fun of nearby Morristown, New Jersey activities, like thrilling sporting events at Metlife Stadium, tours of the Ford Mansion, and exciting adventures at Morristown National Park. Of course you will also find plenty to do right here at our hotel. Relax with a stone massage or facial treatment at Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, work out in our 40,000 square foot gym, The Club at Headquarters Plaza, or take a refreshing swim in the heated indoor lap pool.
Serious shoppers will love this mall. With over 170 specialty stores and restaurants, retail junkies have access to Cartier, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci, to name a few. One of the best Morristown, New Jersey shopping epicenters, The Mall at Short Hills is a fantastic place to spend the afternoon.
Virtually every medium of art is represented in this trendy New York City neighborhood. Art lovers can find traditional works as well as those that really push the envelope. Debate whether a controversial painter’s works are true masterpieces and ponder existential questions in the face of abstract art.
This 200-acre working farm depicts life during the 19th century. Participate in a butter churning demonstration. Watch costumed characters go about the era's daily chores. Make sure you stop in the Gothic revival mansion.
The telegraph was invented here. Tour the factory where it all began. Walk around what was formerly the site of the Speedwell Ironworks, owned by the Vail family. Learn how cast iron was forged during the 19th century. Step inside the Vail Homestead and look through several restored rooms.
Located within the Morristown National Historic Park, find out why the town's residents asked General Washington set up his post and troops here. Walk around the fort that Washington's army built in preparation for a British attack. Peek inside the private office where Washington made crucial decisions and drafted correspondence.
Uncover a splendid natural refuge of beauty and wonder and enjoy natural trails and fishing, boaters, and more. Lined with some of the area's most unique dining spots and bars and surrounded by breathtaking beauty, this area is a must-see.
This 127-acre arboretum features woodlands, gardens, a colonial revival mansion and lovely meadows. Capture your wedding with photos on the grounds. Learn about the trees and shrubs indigenous to the area. Attend an evening of music on the property. Embark on a guided nature hike. Stop at the many historical sites on the grounds.
Named after New Jersey's first governor, this 1,154-acre park was one of the first to implement interpretive signage throughout its grounds. Organize a baseball game at one of the park's fields. Paddle around the lake in your canoe. Trot on equestrian trails.
A Rees Jones course, it was rated three-and-a-half stars by Golf Digest and one of the top 100 must-play courses by Golf Styles Magazine. Refine your stroke on this 18-hole course. Purchase a pair of golf gloves at the Pro Shop.
The arena is a full service ice center with skating year round including public sessions, group lessons, hockey clinics, figure skating clubs and birthday party packages as well as non-ice activities, meetings and conferences.
MetLife Stadium, home to the New York Jets and New York Football Giants, is the number one stadium in the world. This 82,500 seat stadium, one of the largest in the National Football League, sets the standard for venue excellence with state-of-the-art technology, comfort and amenities.
Theatre lover's will enjoy an eclectic array of performances and shows throughout the year at the Bickford Theatre and Community Theatre, including Jazz showcases, performing arts, children's theatre series, and more.