A beautiful town in Morris County (New Jersey), Morristown is the seat of the county, with a socially and ethnically diverse community of 18,411 people. This town, with a long and rich history, abounds in a range of lovely attractions, museums, and world-class amenities.
Though Morristown is known for its gorgeous National Historic Park and sites from the Revolutionary War such as Fort Nonsense, a trip to Morristown is incomplete without visits to attractions such as St. Peter’s Church, Acorn Hall and the Ford Mansion.
Given the town’s high standard of living and stable economy, it isn’t a surprise that many people opt for a private jet charter to Morristown, NJ to fly to and from the city. Here’s a brief glimpse of the most popular airports you’ll fly into and spots to visit.
Private Jet Charters To/From Morristown NJ
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Airports to Fly Privately to and from Morristown NJ
Here are the most popular airports a private jet charter to Morristown, NJ will depart from/arrive in:
- Morristown Municipal Airport Location (MMU): Located 3 miles east of Morristown’s happening downtown area and 10 miles from Newark, this airport has 2 fixed-based operators (FBOs) operating out of it.
- Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR): Newark Liberty is located 23 miles from the town—a bit of a travel from the airport to the city. This international airport shares borders with Newark, Elizabeth and Union County.
Top Cultural Attractions in Morristown NJ
Here are the top cultural attractions you’ll see if you take a private jet charter Morristown NJ:
- Ford Mansion and Museum
- Loantaka Brook Reservation
- The Frelinghuysen Arboretum
- Morris Museum
- Wightman’s Farm
- Fosterfield’s Living Historical Farm
- Jockey Hollow
- Morristown National Historic Park
- St. Peter’s Church
- Fort Nonsense
- Morris County Historical Society at Acorn Hall
- Historic Speedwell
- Lewis Morris Park
- Schooley’s Mountain County Park
- Schuyler-Hamilton House
- Macculloch Hall Historical Museum and Gardens