Millburn/Short Hills

Millburn was created as a township in 1857 when Union County was formed. Twenty thousand people currently live in Millburn, 13,000 of them in the 5 square miles that make up Short Hills. There are four main communities in Millburn: Wyoming, South Mountain, Millburn Center and the largest, Short Hills. Each has its own charm and unique characteristics.

Short Hills was designed as a commuter suburb; it has its own train station. Both Short Hills and the downtown Millburn station are on the NJ Jersey Transit Midtown Direct line. From either station trains go to and from Penn Station or Hoboken, where commuters catch a PATH train into lower Manhattan, seven days a week.

Trains travel westbound to Summit, Morristown and Dover. Permit parking is available. NJ Transit also provides bus service between Newark and Livingston with stops at the Short Hills Mall.

Easy access to Route 280, the Garden State Parkway and Routes 24 and 78 make north, south and westbound commutes easy.


The five elementary schools are for kindergarten through 5th grade students:

Deerfield Elementary School, Short Hills
Glenwood Elementary School, Short Hills
Hartshorn Elementary School, Short Hills
South Mountain Elementary School, Millburn
Wyoming Elementary School, Millburn

Millburn Middle School, all students 6th through 8th grades.

Millburn High School, all students 9th through 12th grades.

Private schools in Short Hills include Far Brook School for nursery through 8th grade. The Pingry Lower School for kindergarten through 5th grade (the middle and upper campuses are in Bridgewater Township). In Millburn, St. Rose of Lima School, is a Catholic school for Pre-K to 8th grades.


Parks & Arts

The community parks include walking paths, courts, a golf course and pool. There are over 90 acres of parkland. Taylor Park runs along Main Street and includes the Bauer Community Center, ball fields, a pond, tennis courts and basketball courts, a walking path and playground.

Gero Park is 36 acres and includes a recreation center, baseball, tennis and basketball, ball fields and roller hockey. It’s also home to the town pool and a par 3 golf course.

Old Short Hills Park includes the beautiful and historic Greenwood GardensThe Cora Hartshorn Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary is also in Short Hills.

Short Hills Racquets Club is housed in an old music hall and offers swimming, tennis, platform tennis and squash.

PaperMill Playhouse
Bowtie Cinemas



Moonshine Modern Supper Club
Boxcar Bar & Grill
La Strada
Common Lot
Cara Mia
Tinga Taqueria
Café Monet
Charlie Browns Steakhouse
La Pergola
Pita on Essex
Da Nico
Gian Marco
Fiamma Wood Fired Pizza
Umi Sushi
Lee’s Asian Grill
Ms. Lin’s Chinese
Sakura Japanese
Thai House
Millburn Diner
Jade Lake
Goldberg’s Bagel Chateau
Millburn Deli



Splurge Bakery
Coffee Mill Roasters
Dunkin Donuts
Bella’s Bakery
Rock n’ Joe Coffeehouse


Trader Joe’s
Whole Foods Markets
Kings Food Markets
Mia Famiglia