The Frelinghuysen Arboretum, Morristown

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Garden · Hidden Gem · Park
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  • I discovered this place in 2019 and wanted to go back in the spring, so glad I did! The flowering trees and all the daffodils were beautiful! Definitely a nice place for a walk to quiet place to...  more »
  • This was a great find. Went to a wedding in the area, and went there on getaway day. Was before many things were blooming, some things were coming up. You could see how great it would be when things....  more »
  • Went to walk the trails on a lovely Sunday afternoon. The red trail from the parking lot is a disaster. Deep ruts, large unstable rocks, and steep downhill slope. Once it levels off into a meadow, the walk is peaceful, quiet, and bug-free. Junctions of trails are not well marked, but having a printout of the trail map from the website is a big help. Not sure if I would return.
  • it was right under our nose and we did not get a hint of it. we visited one fine afternoon with parents. parking is easy to find. Stop at the visitor center and the roam this beautiful garden. Enjoy a picnic on the Great Lawn, take memorable family photographs under the Rose Garden Arbor, celebrate a wedding under a reservable tent, read a book next to a water feature, tour the Carriage House, and be amazed at the historic horse-drawn carriages. it was straight from 70s Cowboy movies. Frelinghuysen Mansion situated in the park looks great, but it was closed. the rose garden just beside it, was beautiful. This breathtaking site also offers a wedding. The first Sunday of every month, a free tour of the grounds is offered at 2 p.m., leaving from the Education Center. Monthly art exhibits provide interest when you need a respite from spring rains. The first weekend in May, The Friends of the Frelinghuysen Arboretum’s Annual Plant Sale fills the big tent with carefully selected, well-bred plants.

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