Princeton University is an open campus and we welcome visitors from all over the world. Whether you are here for the day or joining us for one of our conferences please use this page as a quick link to the many resources we have to offer.
Princeton University has a world renowned collection of art. Make sure to stop by the Princeton University Art Museum to enjoy selections from our collection. (Free Admission)
Sunday 12PM - 5PM
Tuesday 10AM - 5PM
Wednesday 10AM - 5PM
Thursday 10AM - 9PM
Friday 10AM - 5PM
Saturday 10AM - 5PM
Please note that due to limited space we are unable to provide lunch locations for groups visiting the Art Museum.
Princeton University competes in 31 sports. Please visit our athletics website to find out what teams will be competing during your visit.
Visitors to campus are welcome to eat at all campus cafes and the Frist Campus Center. Dining Halls and Prospect House are for Faculty, Staff and Students only. Nassau Street and the surrounding area in town also offer a variety of restaurants at all price points.
Visitors driving to campus on weekdays from 8 am to 5 pm, including visitors to undergraduate and graduate admissions, may park in Lot 21 (near Jadwin Gym) or the visitor parking area in Lot 23 (near the West Garage).
TigerTransit operates campus shuttles on various loops around campus. Both visitor parking lots are serviced by shuttles to take visitors to locations on campus. During the weekday shuttles run roughly every 15 minutes. Please see the schedules for evening or weekend hours.
200 Elm Drive
Princeton, NJ 08544
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The town of Princeton, NJ and surrounding area offer a variety of things to do. Nassau Street and Palmer Square offer a variety of shops and restaurants. Princeton Battlefield and Washington's Crossing are both a short drive away for those interested in history. The Jersey Shore, Pocono Mountains, and cities of Manhattan and Philadelphia are also all within a ninety minute drive. There is no shortage of things to do in the area when visiting Princeton University.