448 Route 206 South
Newton, NJ 07860
Phone: (973) 383-3922
Fax: (973) 579-5683
448 Route 206 South, Newton, NJ, US, 07860
- Phone: (973) 383-3922
- Fax: (973) 579-5683
The Henry W. Merriam House was constructed in 1883, and has adapted the Late Victorian style of architecture. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it was the abode of Henry Wilson Merriam, a prominent industrialist.
The 107-mile (172-kilometer) long Morris Canal was built in 1825 and was used until the 1920s. Now a feature on the National Register of Historic Places, this preserved site reflects the heritage of this place. Unique in its architecture, it was a major waterway route designed to transport coal from the Lehigh Valley to the New York harbor.
This park is a popular cultural and recreational facility where the Scandinavian Festival, as well as numerous special events, is held; the Viking Hall is available for events, and one may also take advantage of the on-site picnic grounds.
Indoor play center for kids.
The Space Farms Zoo and Museum welcome all to experience the history and nature here. Along with the wild side, one can enjoy the educational programs conducted for all ages. With over 100 acres of land with a serene atmosphere for play and picnics, this place is a great family site, and features the zoo and museums which create a great adventure and memorable experience.
Tucked away in the woodlands of New Jersey is the house of an eccentric artist called the Luna Parc. The colorful house brims with beautiful mosaic art, while the interiors are adorned with religious idols, taxidermy, stringed instruments, handmade lamps and stained glass. It is still a work in progress considering Ricky Boscarino wants to keep on beautifying his abode. It is only open to the public during the spring and fall open houses.
Nathan Cooper Gristmill is a historic gristmill with massive water wheel power shafts and gears that is still in working condition. The mill was built in the 1760s and put into use till 1788 by a man called Isaiah Younglove. After that, the mill changed ownership a couple of times until Nathan Cooper bought the present mill in 1826. Visitors can see the master miller dressed in period costume as he explains the history of the mill and the community built around it. The mill is looked after and owned by the Morris County Parks Commission.
Nestled in a beautiful valley in nearby Belvidere, this winery is open year round and welcomes visitors.
Located in the heart of the 14,193 acres High Point State Park, the High Point is a monument that is 220 feet high obelisk monument. This beautiful high peak monument was built in the honor of the war veterans and the windows at the observation sight overlooks the Pocono Mountains, Catskill mountains, and Wallkill river valley. The site from the top gives a great scenic view of the surrounding and is prominent in it's appearance.
Deerfield is the friendly, casual destination spa known for health over hype and laughs over luxe. They are a safe, homelike place to jumpstart weight loss and fitness, or just refuel with fresh air and fun. Recognized as one of the top affordable spas in North America, they replace pretense and pressure with top quality spa programming and close, personal attention from a warm, caring staff. Facilities include accomodations for 33 guests, two state-of-the-art gyms, a heated outdoor pool, three lounges, outdoor sports court, spa treatment rooms, sauna, an intimate dining room and spa boutique.