Calling all green thumbs and anthophiles! Somerset County is home to five internationally recognized garden experiences for you to explore.
This Gardens Getaway is ideal during Spring and Summer when many plants are in peak bloom, but we recommend trying it during all four seasons to see the changing beauty throughout the year.
Choose your garden experience! (We recommend two per day)
Combine a history lesson with spectacular greenery
Part of Morristown National Historical Park; formal walled garden, native plant garden, wisteria-covered pergola, and mountain laurel alee
“Rock” with nature
One of the premier rock gardens in the eastern U.S. located in a 33-acre wooded stream valley
Indulge in a favorite bloom
One of the most extensive collections of tree, herbaceous and intersectional peonies in the Northeastern U.S.
An accredited All-America Rose Selections (AARS) display garden containing more than 3,000 roses and 325 varieties
Venture to the Tropics, Japan or Down on the Farm
Features the Orchid Range with one of the largest tropical displays in the country, Arboretum with Japanese-style meditation garden, and largest allotment-style community garden in the U.S.
Taste the flavors of Somerset County.
Find the perfect spot to savor the moment with one of these fine Somerset County eateries.
- Booker & Zinc
- McCormick & Schmick’s
- Maggiano’s Little Italy
- Osteria Morini
- Redstone American Grill
- Savor Contemporary Cuisine
- Stoney Brook Grille
- The Restaurant at Royce Brook
- The Tap Room
- The Bernards Inn
- The Grain House Restaurant
- Wolfgang’s Steakhouse
Relax in unique accommodations.
From luxurious country inns to contemporary hotels, Somerset County offers inviting accommodations to suit every travel style and budget.
Explore VisitSomersetNJ.org/stay to select your stay.
Before you go…
Take a look at pages 21-25 of our Destination Guide for some complimentary activities, such as breweries and winemaking experiences, farms and farm markets, or to help plan additional elements of your stay in Somerset County.