the Morris Plains Museum
We invite you to unlock more than 300 years of history!
Our Mission Statement:
The Morris Plains Museum connects the past to the present and makes vibrant history tangible, relevant and meaningful for today's community and for generations to come.
Please come visit us at the Museum!
We're happy to announce that we're planning on re-opening the museum on Saturday,
September 18, 2021!
We plan to be open every third Saturday of each month or by appointment after that.
The Museum is open 10:00am - 1:00 pm on the Third Saturday of each month, or by appointment.
The Museum is located at 51 Jim Fear Drive in the lower level of the Community Center, rear entrance.
Memories of Morris Plains
Interview with Mrs. W. Cutler
Interview with Mrs. W. Cutler by Alexander B. Fowler – 1950 This is Alexander B. Fowler of Boonton, New Jersey, conducting an interview in the interest of the Morris County Historical Society. Today, January 28, […]Read More
Interview with Gerry Coursen
Interview with Jerry Coursen by Peg Kenny Adams – 1976 I went to the local grammar school where the fire house is. That was the fire house at that time was demolished later on. From […]Read More
Memory of John Lookhoff
Memory of John Lookhoff as relayed to Borough Historian Dan Myers in 2007. If we go back up to Jacqui Avenue to the railroad station, the freight station. Now that freight station years ago when […]Read More