Morris County Historical Society offers a myriad of books, gifts, and souvenirs related to Morris County and our current exhibits. The Gallery Gift Shop, conveniently positioned at the end of every tour of Acorn Hall, sources from both local and national vendors to provide visitors with beautiful jewelry, handmade soaps, and informative history books. The Gallery Gift Shop is open during normal MCHS business hours, Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, and Sundays from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. MCHS suggests calling us at 973-267-3465 to ensure that someone is available to assist you.

Many of the vendors connected with the Gallery Gift Shop will be displaying a variety of their merchandise at the MCHS Vendors Fair on October 1, 2017. More information will follow. Interested in becoming a vendor for the Gallery Gift Shop? Contact Gift Shop Manager Kim Smith at MCHSAcornHall@gmail.com or 973-267-3465.

Featured Vendors

Dimples and Sass

Morris Plains, NJ

Dimples and SassBeth Zaragoza, owner of Dimples and Sass, hand-decorates mugs, wine glasses, and so much more from her home in Morris Plains. She made these mugs for MCHS, which read “Morris County Est. 1738” and are available in Black, Grey, Dark Green, and Maroon.

Love You More Shoppe

Boonton, NJ

Love You More ShoppeThe ornaments that Jess Petonak made for MCHS add the perfect amount of sparkle to your Christmas tree. Inside the ornaments are strips of hand-cut paper that read “Morris County Historical Society” and “Acorn Hall” in gold and maroon. Maroon or tweed bows are added to  the top of the ornaments along with an acorn to pull it all together.

Warmth Soy Candle Company

Morristown, NJ

Warmth Soy Candle Co.The scent of candles from Warmth Soy Candle Company now fills the Gallery Gift Shop. The candles are hand poured and wicked by a local Morristown woman, Tracie Susalis-Braunstein. Tracie and her husband started the candle company when they made their first scent, “Orchard,” as their wedding favor.

Karamelz Shop

North Bergen, NJ

Karamelz Shop

Relax and de-stress with the two types of bath bombs that were made by Melissa Welz for MCHS. The first bath bomb, Aurora, has a fruity scent and is inspired by the Disney princess who couldn’t decide between blue and pink. The second is a Rose Petal bath bomb that smells like its name.

Krazee Krayons

Millville, NJ

Kristina from Krazee Krayons takes old and no longer-used crayons, melts them down, and pours them into molds to form new crayons. Children will love these recycled crayons in the form of flowers, dogs, automobiles, and so much more!

Mt. Lebanon Soap Company

Port Murray, NJ

Chris, a chemical engineer, and Erin, a massage therapist, Csernica started their company by making soap as their wedding favor. Now, the profits from the soap and lip balms they make go into a special needs trust for their daughter, Summer, who has Down Syndrome. Additionally, all profits from their scent “Possibilities” support Gigi’s Playhouse, an achievement center for children with Down Syndrome.


The Bow Clique Girls

Willingboro, NJ

The Bow Clique Girls

These multi-purpose bows are the perfect accessory to any child’s outfit. Mina Ramos hand-makes her bows with a double purpose: as a head band or a bow tie. Visit MCHS and see how many amazing colors her bows come in.

Little Haven Crochet

Riverside, NJ

Little Haven CrochetKeep your hands from burning on hot coffee cups in the winter, and keep them from freezing on pint glasses in the summer with these coffee mug cozy’s made by Sara Estevao. Support the LPN, nurse, or doctor in your life during our medical exhibit this fall with Sara’s stethoscope, LPN, and #nurselife cozy’s.