Posted Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

Morris Tourism: New 2018-19 Morris County Visitors' Guide AvailableThe new Official Morris County Visitors Guide for 2018-2019 is now available through the Morris County Tourism Bureau.

The comprehensive and colorful guide is a perfect companion for discovering all that there is to see and do in Morris County including, the area’s notable historical, cultural and recreational sites.

Readers also will find a list of annual events held in the county, a directory of lodging facilities, restaurants and local services and organizations.

The front cover has a large photo of downtown Madison, a quintessential Morris County town, and features a mother and daughter happily strolling on Main Street. Additional photographs include a painter at the lush Cross Estate Gardens, a washbasin and pitcher from Macculloch Hall Historical Museum and a dish of green curry from Origin Thai restaurant; demonstrating the variety of experiences visitors seek in a vibrant location.

Morris Tourism: New 2018-19 Morris County Visitors' Guide Available

This special anniversary edition celebrates 20 years of promoting Morris County as a tourism destination and displays a new logo and branded colors.  Since our founding in 1997, the MCTB continues to offer services to people that desire to know more about our unique, diverse and significant destination- just thirty miles west of NYC.

More than 20,000 guides will be distributed nationally and worldwide through various channels.  Get your guide by calling 973-631-5151, at the Visitors Center on 6 Court Street, Morristown, NJ, or by emailing [email protected]. The guide also can be downloaded at morristourism.org.

 

The Morris County Tourism Bureau is a destination Marketing Organization that positively affects the economy of Morris County by promoting the area’s exceptional historic, cultural and recreational opportunities by providing services to residents, business travelers and tourists.