The Randolph Museum
The Randolph Museum is home to many treasures of what life was once like in Randolph Township. From scenes of old school houses to the feel of real homes in Randolph and more, the Museum is a wonderful place to learn about the history of this wonderful town. Come to the museum and learn about the role that Randolph played as a route for resupplying General George Washington’s Army as they camped in nearby Morristown from 1789 to 1790. Additionally, at the Museum you can learn about the many historical buildings and locations in town that are part of the town’s historical registry and in some cases the national registry.
Do you like off Broadway musicals and dramatic productions? If so, you will love the passion as presented by the hardest working thespians this side of the Great White Way! Come enjoy one of the many productions that are presented at the Brundage Play House. The Brundage Playhouse and other buildings that support the arts at Brundage Park were created in 1982 along with the very active Randolph Kiwanis Club and has continued to expand and provide wonderful arts and entertainment for the local community and theatre loving friends from far and wide.