September 21, 2019 –
The Pathways of History is a celebration of local history, community pride and volunteerism. The tour highlights a collection of Morris County's small, volunteer-run free admission museum treasures. This year's family friendly event will feature 18 sites with unique personalities, presentations and singular views of local history.
This tenth anniversary celebration tour promises something of interest for everyone. Spanning almost 300 years of Morris County history, the museum buildings are an eclectic representation of architectural periods and styles.
The Martin Berry House in Pequannock Township is the evolution of a northern New Jersey Dutch farmstead from a simple c1720 structure to a high style five bay center hall stone house. From a country farmhouse built in 1740 to the home of a troupe of marionettes, the Miller-Kingsland House is Boonton's oldest recorded home, and for the first time, the Montville Township Museum will welcome visitors.