|• Mayor||Herbert Wohlgemuth|
|• Total||47.94 km2 (18.51 sq mi)|
|Elevation||201 m (659 ft)|
|• Density||67/km2 (170/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+01:00 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+02:00 (CEST)|
The community consists of the centres of Altmorschen (administrative seat), Binsförth, Eubach, Heina, Konnefeld, Neumorschen and Wichte.
Morschen's municipal council is made up of 23 members.
(as of municipal elections held on 26 March 2006)
Culture and sightseeing
Kloster Haydau, a former Cistercian convent, was built between the mid 13th century and the early 14th century, and in the mid 16th century and 17th century it was converted into a stately home for a Landgrave. Today, the building is used for meetings and conventions, as a gallery, a meeting place for professors, and a venue for poetry readings.
Economy and infrastructure
The community belongs to the North Hesse Transport Network.
People who lived in Morschen
- Johann Sutel (around 1504–1575), Protestant theologian and reformer, born in Morschen
- August Heinzerling (1899–1989), inventor of the RÜHRFIX, lived in Morschen 
- Eugen Mahler (1927–2019), artist and professor at the University of Kassel for psychoanalysis and group dynamics, lived in Morschen
- Nils Seethaler (* 1981), cultural anthropologist
- 1981: Waltari Bergmann (1918–2000), rector
- 1997: Gottfried Kiesow, German memorial protector.
- 2001: Ludwig Georg Braun (* 1943), German entrepreneur
- Official website (in German)