Activities in Morristown


New Shanghai Circus at Mayo Performing Arts Center on Saturday, March 7 at 3 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. (Up to 46% Off)

New Shanghai Circus

Mayo Performing Arts Center

Chinese acrobatic troupe wows audiences with nimble displays of strength and dexterity in beautiful former movie palace

$32 $19

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$10 for Admission for Two to The Morristown Armory Antiques Show ($20 Value)

The Morristown Armory Antiques Show

BIG BREW

Variety of antiques including European and Asian furniture, lamps, paintings, prints, Victorian and Depression glass, jewelry, and books

$20 $10

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Admission for Two, Four, or Six to Morris Museum (50% Off)

Morris Museum

Morristown

Museum highlights art, science, culture, and history with theater performances, concerts, and exhibits for both kids and adults

$20 $10

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$495 for a Round-Trip Morristown-Cincinnati Charter Flight from Ultimate Air Shuttle ($695 Value)

Ultimate Air Shuttle

Morristown Airport

Skip airport hassles and enjoy VIP treatment during charter flights that offer complimentary snacks and drinks

$695 $495

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New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Performs Mahler's First Symphony: "Titan," March 12–15 (Up to 51% Off)

Mahler's First Symphony: "Titan"

Multiple Locations

The symphony pairs Bernstein’s aching “Age of Anxiety” with Mahler’s sweeping triumph “Titan”

$50 $25

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"Keeping the Dream Alive" on Saturday, February 28, at 4 p.m. (Up to 48% Off)

"Keeping the Dream Alive"

Morristown High School

Five African American pioneers regale black history to an indifferent African American teen

$48.47 $25

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  • Mayo Center for the Performing Arts
    The Mayo Performing Arts Center straddles time. While one foot is planted in the old-fashioned charm of the 1930s movie-palace golden age, the other is firmly in the tech-savvy modern day. Between is a stretch of history that saw the theatre fall into disrepair and then resurrect itself to its star-studded heyday thanks to volunteers. Since its 1994 rebirth, the center has welcomed everyone from the Kirov Orchestra of St. Petersburg to Ringo Starr and Aretha Franklin. But, if the Mayo Center were a tripod, its third foot would certainly reach toward the future?a suite of education studios is onsite to cultivate the next generation of performers.
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    100 South St.
    Morristown, NJ US
  • Ballplayer's Edge
    Within the 5,000-square-foot Ballplayer’s Edge facility, baseball and softball players train to swing the bat faster, throw the ball harder, and play the game better. The facility’s crack team of coaches—led by Joel Burgos, hitting coach for Rutgers University-Newark—improve strength, agility, and instincts with training tools that include four adult-size batting cages and the ProBatter PX2 hitting simulator. The simulator immerses players in game-like situations, complete with virtual pitchers delivering strikes from either the windup or the stretch. Meanwhile, RightView Pro video analysis captures each home-run cut, shown bunt, and taunt lobbed at the computerized player, allowing for side-by-side comparison with major-league swings.
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    Woodland Ave
    Morristown, NJ US
  • Centercourt Athletic Club of Morristown
    Centercourt Athletic Club of Morristown has been named a USTA Regional Training Center and it's easy to see why. Rather than shooing pigeons off public park courts, players at Centercourt can swing their racquets on 8 climate-controlled indoor Rebound Ace courts, 12 outdoor Har-Tru courts and 4 year-round platform tennis courts. And when winter comes, the Har-Tru courts are covered by a climate-controlled dome, so players have access to 20 indoor courts as the snow falls. After matches, players can retire to the field house and clubhouse to relax in overstuffed leather chairs, grab some food at the café, and shoot a game of pool.
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    65 Columbia Rd.
    Morristown, NJ US
  • Idlewild Community Pool
    Instead of being surrounded by hard cement or concrete, Idlewild Pool re-creates a beach atmosphere with a sandy shore that gradually descends into a community swim space. Beyond a set of ropes, the sandy bottom falls away and the pool begins. For those who don?t want to feel the sand between their toes, a water slide and diving board offer an alternative way to splash in. Certified lifeguards are on duty to ensure a safe environment and swimming lessons can help train paddlers how to propel themselves through the water. Idlewild also provides a venue for picnics, barbecues, and birthday parties.
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    60 Sylvan Dr.
    Morris Plains, NJ US
  • Big Brew Beer Festival
    More than 70 brewers from across the country converge on Sussex County Fairgrounds for Big Brew Sussex Beer Festival, a single-day celebration of all things craft brewing. Souvenir tasting glass in hand, visitors can sample more than 200 unique craft beers that span the taste spectrum. Previous years' pours included those from such brews as Goose Island's 312 Wheat, Stoudts' Fourplay IPA, and Brewing's Brownie Porter. Meanwhile, food trucks such as The Empanada Guy offer purchases of gourmet bites as the space fills with the sounds of live music and the brays of the mechanical bull.
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    430 Western Ave.
    Morristown, NJ US
  • NY Film Critics Series
    Thanks to the NY Film Critics Series, Rolling Stone film critic and series moderator Peter Travers can be in 50 places at once. Movie stars and directors can, too. It's all thanks to the series' signature technology: a live, interactive simulcast broadcast to 50 independent theaters across the country. Through the series, fans everywhere can engage with their favorite stars and watch pre-release films, such as Like Crazy, director Drake Doremus's Breathe In, or the upcoming Lion King 15: Lions Evolve Into Humans and Go To Starbucks.
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    6 Ellsworth Avenue
    Morristown, NJ US
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