Princeton

 If you’re looking for a mix of history, fine and eclectic dining, ivy-covered walls and a vibrant arts scene, Princeton is your kind of place. 
 
Visit the hallowed halls of Princeton University, the state’s Ivy League home to scientists, scholars and scribes. Take a walking tour of the charming campus, dating from 1754.
 
Don’t miss the Gothic Princeton University Chapel and the Princeton University Art Museum, especially the Chinese and classical art collections.
  
Nassau Street, the main road through town, is lined with shops, restaurants and entertainment spots. Visit Palmer Square, with the Nassau Inn at its center and bookstores, gift shops and outdoor dining spots around its perimeter.
 
Try sleek Mediterra for upscale Italian or one of two excellent ice cream shops: Bent Spoon for daringly flavored gelatos and Halo for creamy traditional-style treats.
 
Princeton is an incubator for the arts. Round out a visit with tickets to McCarter Theater for theatrical performances or Westminster Choir College for new and classical vocal works.
 

For a wonderful experience join the fun at the Annual Apple Days at Terhune Orchards.
 
Bring the whole family to enjoy live music, great food and favorite farm activities including, wagon rides, pony rides, pumpkin painting, make your own scarecrow and pick-your-own apples and pumpkins.

Location

United States
40° 20' 43.7892" N, 74° 39' 32.2776" W
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 If you’re looking for a mix of history, fine and eclectic dining, ivy-covered walls and a vibrant arts scene, Princeton is your kind of place. 
 
Visit the hallowed halls of Princeton University, the state’s Ivy League home to scientists, scholars and scribes. Take a walking tour of the charming campus, dating from 1754.
 
Don’t miss the Gothic Princeton University Chapel and the Princeton University Art Museum, especially the Chinese and classical art collections.
  
Nassau Street, the main road through town, is lined with shops, restaurants and entertainment spots. Visit Palmer Square, with the Nassau Inn at its center and bookstores, gift shops and outdoor dining spots around its perimeter.
 
Try sleek Mediterra for upscale Italian or one of two excellent ice cream shops: Bent Spoon for daringly flavored gelatos and Halo for creamy traditional-style treats.
 
Princeton is an incubator for the arts. Round out a visit with tickets to McCarter Theater for theatrical performances or Westminster Choir College for new and classical vocal works.
 

For a wonderful experience join the fun at the Annual Apple Days at Terhune Orchards.
 
Bring the whole family to enjoy live music, great food and favorite farm activities including, wagon rides, pony rides, pumpkin painting, make your own scarecrow and pick-your-own apples and pumpkins.


 

Don’t miss:
• Zoe in Palmer Square for cutting-edge fashion.
 
• Gut-busting sandwiches and cheese fries at Hoagie Haven (242 Nassau St.).
 
Princeton Battlefield State Park, where one of the most important battles of the Revolutionary War was fought.
 
 
Nature lovers:
Explore the 74-mile-long Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park, popular for fishing and canoeing; along the water is the towpath, a prime spot for jogging and bicycling

 

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