Beautiful home, lovingly cared for as a house museum as if the owners just stepped out. Traditional gardens maintained by local garden club with devotion and style. Special events from time to time. Current is Bridal Gowns fro 1800-1950's. Locals love it.
The really unique feature of this house is that they have a lot of the original furniture from the first and second owners, plus a treasure trove of clothing, photographs, etc. from subsequent owners. This really brings the house to life while giving visitors a taste of how the house, and its inhabitants, changed over time. The tour was very... 更多
What a beautifully preserved home! The recent Holly Walk was well worth it once we arrived at Acorn Hall. The docents were knowledgeable and friendly with a sense of humor. Them home decorated specially for the holidays! More history than we expected here. WELL WORTH THE VISIT!!!
Some really nice historic and original pieces of furniture and knowledgeable docents. Nice view of our area in the late 1800's-- highly recommend!
A historical building housing exhibits and special shows. Good for history buffs and older children. Shows life in Morristown in the late 1800s and turn of the century.
This 3 story in-town Victorian mansion still features original furnishings. It was a summer home to the NY Schmerhorn family. Upper rooms feature exhibitas of regional interest. The gardens frame the back lawn and mimic English gardens with clumps of pereniels and flowering shrubs and bulbs. Open sundays. Events held here too.
We visited Acorn Hall & took the house tour. The tour took about an hour giving an insight into Victorian life in Morristown. The house is beautifully decorated with many period pieces of furniture, clothing & family pictures all well described by our docent. A delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon & learn a bit of the history of... 更多
Definitely take the tour here when available! Especially if you love history and learning about Morristown. The house is gorgeous inside and out and the docent's are very knowledgeable.
Built in 1853 for the Schermerhorn family, Acorn Hall was so named for two formerly large red oak trees that... 更多