New to This Website- The Link To Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills Story Which Aired On NPR 10/4/2017. Look Under History Tab
What Do Blue Herons, Hiking Trails, Fishing Exhibit and Web Camera Have in Common?
We sadly closed the doors on another great year. Concerts, Lectures, and benefit dinners are done. In the spirit of Halloween, Clara Warren found time to decorate the Museum front windows. Wayne Latham has been busy doing building maintenance on roof areas. Our 100 old year building needs a little bit of attention.
Behind the closed doors of the museum- the members of the Board of Directors are putting in lots of hours gathering information and planning for next year. Besides the regular planning events such as the Summer Concert Series, 4th of July parade, and benefit dinners we are working on projects related to the Bogardus Farm, building a new fishing exhibit and installing a new web camera on the back of the museum facing Morristown Harbor.
We may be years and many dollars away from deciding
Welcome to the Gateway Museum
The Gateway Museum provides a full summer of concerts, lectures, classes and displays for the residents of Morristown, tourists and surrounding communities. The building that houses the Gateway Museum was built in 1910, by the Comstock family as a community center for their employees at their factory, Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills. Once a thriving township with multiple factories and businesses, the town has changed, but is still an unpolished gem in the North Country.