The Center of It All
Located in scenic Morris Township, James Places is close to everywhere you want—and need—to be. Within just a few miles, you’ll find cultural attractions, entertainment, dining, parks and recreation, shopping, services, and more! In nearby Morristown alone, there are over 100 restaurants representing more than 35 different cuisines.
The area also has the infrastructure in place for the services you need, and is convenient to major roadways, including Route 124, Route 24, CR 510, U.S. Route 202 and Interstate 287. For commuters, there are three New Jersey Transit Stations (Madison, Convent and Morristown Stations) within 10 minutes of James Place that offer direct service to midtown Manhattan—only 45 minutes away.
Recreation, Entertainment, Cultural Attractions
Bickford Theatre – An intimate performance space at the Morris Museum offering professional year-round entertainment.
Fosterfields Living Historical Farms – Living history programs and tours featuring life in the late Victorian era.
Frelinghuysen Arboretum – A regional center for horticultural activities, including educational programs, tours, and special events.
Jockey Hollow– Site of the winter encampment by the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.
Loantaka Brook Reservation – A 570+ acre park located in Morris County.
Mayo Performing Arts Center – A nonprofit organization presenting programs, events and shows.
Morris Museum – Exhibitions, performances and educational programs exploring history, science and art.
Morristown National Historic Park– A national park commemorating historic sites during the Revolutionary War.
Museum of Early Trades and Crafts– Exhibition and demonstration of the trades and crafts practiced in New Jersey from its earliest settlement.
Seaton Hackney Stables – An equestrian sports and activities facility.
Shakespeare Theatre of NJ – The state’s largest professional theatre company dedicated to Shakespeare and other cultural classics
Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms – Former country estate of designer Gustav Stickley, a major proponent of the Arts and Crafts movement.
All Kinds of Shopping
Whether you prefer the specialty items from places like Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s, or the bulk buys at Costco, you can find what you need at area shopping centers.
For clothes shopping, some of our favorites include: