This Ivy League university is the town’s flagship attraction, with close to 9,000 students enrolled at the college.
The Princeton Battlefield State Park spans 681 acres and it features different landscapes from open fields to wetlands.
The Princeton University Art Museum is home to a collection of over 100,000 works of art from around the world.
Morven Museum & Garden is located in an 18th-century house that used to be the New Jersey Governor’s mansion.
Drumthawket Estate is the official residence of the Governor of New Jersey, and was built on the grounds where the historic Battle of Princeton took place.
The historic district of Palmer Square is known for its shopping and dining spots, which are some of the best in the town.
The Delaware and Raritan Canal stretches for roughly 66 miles from Bordentown to New Brunswick.
Visitors can immerse themselves in the life of one of the greatest minds in history at Albert Einstein's former residence.
The Princeton Garden Theatre, established in 1920, is a must-visit. This historic cinema offers a mix of contemporary.