What’s Going On In The Square
Check back each week for fun events taking place on The Green and around Palmer Square, including long-standing holiday traditions, concerts, classes and store promotions.
Join Cranbury Station at 6pm for a fun, relaxed and artistic evening! They provide the canvas, paint and all the supplies, you bring your favorite drinks and snacks to enjoy while you paint! You’ll be painting a spring floral scene called “Simply White”. Just $35.00 per person and pre-payment is required. Please call 609-921-0434 to reserve your spot! Time: 6pmLocation: 15 Hulfish | Cranbury Station Gallery…
The 10th Annual ArtJam is coming to Palmer Square on March 29th HomeFront’s ArtJam will transform a storefront on Palmer Square in Princeton into a pop-up art gallery bringing together professional artists, undiscovered artists who have experienced homelessness, and the community at large in a celebration of creativity. If you visit, you can feel good…
You are cordially invited to experience a Princeton Wedding! The historic Nassau Inn presents an all-inclusive and one of kind Wedding Show! Join them on April 7, 2019 to meet their renown wedding professionals. Let’s make your wedding dreams come true! Your happily ever after starts at the Nassau Inn. Show highlights include: Runway Fashion…
The best selection of apparel, gifts and home goods can be found in the boutiques of Palmer Square. Tempt your palate with the renowned restaurants, cafes and specialty shops, all centered around the Historic Nassau Inn.
Products You’ll Love
Find ideas for unique holiday or birthday gifts, or discover something new to liven up your home or wardrobe. Check the wish list for great deals and rare finds found only in Palmer Square.
Spend The Day
At Princeton’s Legendary Downtown Destination
Nestled in the heart of downtown Princeton, Palmer Square is a treasure trove of shops, restaurants and things to do. Stroll the tree-shaded sidewalks and take in charming colonial architecture complemented by modern elements. Visitors consider Palmer Square a “must-see,” but for locals, it’s simply known as “home.”