Historic House Docent
Morris County Park Commission
Engage visitors on a journey into the past by giving tours of the 1854 Gothic Revival house at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm. Introduce visitors to the home of Joseph Warren Revere, a grandson of Paul Revere, who had the house built. Learn about Charles and Caroline Foster who were in residence during the late 19th and 20th centuries. Acquaint guests with unique architecure and furnishings as well as the lives of the family and their domestic help. Weave the annual historic theme/exhibit in the house tour. Training is provided for adults age 18 +
About Morris County Park Commission
PO Box 1295, 300 Mendham Road, Morristown, NJ 07962, US
The Morris County Park Commission is a conservation agency which serves as steward of thousands of acres of open space and facilities offering recreational opportunities to a diverse public, including those with special needs. An emphasis is on developing cost-effective programs which augment those offered by other agencies in the public and private sectors. Under the direction of nine non-salaried appointed commissioners, a professional staff is developing programs to meet existing needs and to accommodate future growth while preserving the unique character of each park unit.
The Morris County Park Commission operates general purpose parks, historic sites, gardens and recreational facilities. Programs are offered to families, individuals, school groups, etc.