Visit Princeton

Princeton is a suburban community, located mid-way between New York City and Philadelphia, with a vibrant downtown and business community.

Known for its excellent eateries and superb retail shops, Princeton has become a regular destination for the 3.4 million people who live in the surrounding 30-mile radius.

Princeton is easily accessible by mass transportation, and has its own downtown train connection for New Jersey Transit and Amtrak.

In addition, the downtown serves as the cultural base for the region, anchored by Princeton University, and home to the Tony Award™ winning McCarter Theater.

Here are some useful sites when planning your trip:

Princeton Convention & Visitor's Bureau
Travel and tourism information for the Greater Princeton Region
www.visitprinceton.org

Princeton Tour Company
Historic bike and walking tours, pub crawls, ghost tours and corporate events. Plus, trolley tours during the holiday season.
www.princetontourcompany.com


Historical Society of Princeton
Located in the historic Bainbridge House, the space includes temporary and permanent exhibitions, a small museum shop, a library and photo archives.
www.princetonhistory.org

Nassau Inn
Hotel located in Palmer Square, in the heart of downtown.
www.nassauinn.com

Princeton Online
Guide to the community, local news and upcoming events.
www.princetonol.com

Princeton University Orange Key Guide Service
Arrange a tour of the campus.
http://webscript.princeton.edu/~oktour/index.php/tour-schedules

McCarter Theatre Center for the Performing Arts
One of the most active cultural centers in the nation, offering over 200 performances of theater, dance, music and special events each year.
www.mccarter.org