Acorn Hall is a Victorian Italianate mansion decorated largely with furnishings from the two families who lived there 1853-1971. There are changing exhibits, a gift shop, and a garden. Open to the public Mondays, Thursdays, and Sundays. Smithsonian pass accepted Sunday, September 30, only.
“Over Here and Over There: Morris County’s Role in World War II” focuses on how ordinary citizens willingly sacrificed their comfort and safety to fight on foreign shores, as well as on the sacrifices made at home, through oral histories, documents, objects, photos, and more.
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