Chester's Rockefeller Center

Chester Historical Society

Chester, NJ

Orchard Street Cemetery

Orchard Street Cemetery Association

Dover, NJ

Ford-Faesch House

Rockaway Township Public Library

Historical Society of Rockaway Township

Rockaway, NJ

Bridget Smith House Museum

Ferromonte Historical Society

Mine Hill Township, NJ

Henry Doremus House

General George Washington

Montville Township Historical Society

Towaco, NJ

Tunis-Ellicks House & New Vernon Historic District

Harding Township Historical Society

New Vernon, NJ

Lincoln Park History Museum

Lincoln Park Historical Society

Lincoln Park, NJ

Morris County’s premier FREE self-guided weekend tours of museums and historic sites.

The 2024 Pathways of History participants invite you to celebrate their “Momentous Occasions”.

As this year’s Pathways of History Tour celebrates our 15th Anniversary, join us as we salute “Momentous Occasions” at over two dozen museums and historic sites across Morris County. Participants will share their “Momentous Occasions,” including benchmark dates, notable founders, and milestones in historic preservation.

Plan your FREE  treasure-filled weekend by using our website and downloadable museum/site lists and map.

2024 Pathways of History Participants

Union Schoolhouse
Rockefeller Center
Silas Riggs House
Randolph Museum
Randolph Friends Meeting House
Ayres/Knuth Farm
Orchard Street Cemetery
Dr. Conduit House
Canal Society
Rockaway Public Library
Nor-Bu Lodge
Tunis-Ellicks House
Bowlsby-DeGelleke-House
Oscar A. Kincaid Home of History
Pompton Plains Railroad Station
Martin-Berry House
Butler Museum
Boonton Museum
Whippany Burying Yard
Miller-Kingsland House
Miller-Kingsland House

Bridget Smith House Museum
Ferromonte Historical Society, Mine Hill, NJ

You can also view short videos from some of the organizations on the Morris County Historical Society YouTube site.

We hope that everyone will be able to visit the different sites on the two days to enjoy the diverse history of Morris County.

This year's Pathways tour features topics of discussion established annually by the New Jersey Historical Commission (NJHC).