CURRENT PROGRAMS & EXHIBITIONS BROCHURE
DIRECTIONS & PARKING
6 Normandy Heights Road
Morristown, NJ 07960
From 287 South (coming from the North)
Take exit 35. Turn left at the top of the ramp onto 124 East (Madison Avenue). Turn left at the third traffic light (by Friendlyâ€™s Restaurant) onto Normandy Heights Road. Proceed through the next light at Columbia Turnpike. The entrance to the Morris Museum is the first driveway on your left.
From 287 North (coming from the South)
Take exit 36A. Turn right at the top of the ramp onto Morris Avenue. Stay to your right at the fork in the road and follow signs for Route 510 (Morris Avenue turns into Columbia Turnpike). Make a left at the first traffic light onto Normandy Heights Road. The Morris Museum will be on your immediate left. (Note: Normandy is exactly one mile from exit 36A)
From Route 24 West & Route 78
Take Route 24 West to Exit 2A onto Columbia Turnpike toward Morristown. At the fourth traffic light make a right onto Normandy Heights Road. The entrance to the Museum is the first driveway on the left.
From the Lincoln Tunnel
Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to exit 14 to Route 78 West and exit onto Route 24 West. Proceed as directed above from Route 24.
From the Holland Tunnel
Stay to the right and follow signs to the Turnpike. Take exit 14 to Route 78 West, exit at Route 24 West. Proceed as directed above from Route 24.
From New York City via train
Check the current train schedule on www.njtransit.com. Get off at the Morristown train station, which is two miles from the museum. Taking a cab from the train station is recommended. Some local cab companies include P&P Taxi Service (973.539.5903 or 973.539.1149) or Bumblebee Taxi and Limo (973.683.1313).
Driving directions from the Morristown train station
Leave the train station parking lot by making a left onto Morris Avenue. At the fork, bear right onto Columbia Turnpike and make a left at the first light onto Normandy Heights Road. The Morris Museum is the first building on the left.
Handicap parking spaces are available in the Museum’s side lot on a first come, first served basis. The Museum entrance has an access ramp. A wheelchair is available free of charge upon request on a first come, first served basis. The Main Level elevator accesses the ground, main and second levels of the Museum. A wheelchair-accessible bathroom is located on the Main Level. Assisted listening devices for use in the Bickford Theatre are available upon request. Audio descriptive, sign interpreted and open captioned performances are available throughout the Main Stage Season and for family theatre performances. Additional servicesare available for persons with disabilities upon request.
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