Welcome to the Princeton Region!

Visitors Guide 2016America's best minds have been visiting and meeting in Princeton, New Jersey for more than 200 years, from the first sessions of the Continental Congress to today's conventions, events, shopping, family activities, and corporate outings.

The Princeton Region is an idyllic area filled with abundant amenities, including world-class hotels and conference centers, restaurants, museums, historic sites, music festivals, and first-rate sports arenas. All of this is located within an hour of two major metropolitan areas - New York and Philadelphia. The flourishing Princeton Region continues to be the choice of people who want to experience American history in a diverse and exciting atmosphere.    

The Princeton Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau works hard to put the information and facts right at your fingertips, on everything from entertainment and seasonal events, to the availability of meeting facilities with all kinds of amenities, as well as historical sites and family experiences. All you need to know about the Princeton Region is right here.

Culture: Past and present, Princeton offers a stimulating combination of performances by nationally and internationally acclaimed theater and musical groups, museums that address every intellectual interest, as well as modern fitness centers, gourmet restaurants, bustling malls, and sports events of every form and league. All of this in a region that evolved from significant events of American history and is known for its charming old fashioned shopping villages, monuments, and beautiful parks.

Accommodations - The region's accommodations are designed with families, historians, or meetings in mind. Princeton has everything that you're looking for. From luxury hotels to charming country inns, Princeton offers more than 5,200 guest rooms. The Princeton Region has all the facilities and services you'll ever need.

Location - Princeton is set midpoint along the Northeast corridor, halfway between the Philadelphia and New York metropolitan areas. Princeton is easily accessible by highway, mass transit, and through major airports.

Browse through our website and learn more about the advantages of the Princeton Region.

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07/02/2016 - 08/27/2016
Saturday tours begin at 116 Nassau Street at the Princeton U-Store
Learn about the famous student... Read More

08/28/2016 - 08/28/2016
Tour begins inside Mediterra Restaurant at 29 Hulfish Street in Palmer Square
$25 Per Adult $20 Per Partici... Read More

11/13/2015 - 10/23/2016
Morven Museum & Garden | 55 Stockton Street
Spanning the 20th century, the... Read More

02/15/2016 - 08/31/2016
67 Palmer Square West
Spring and Summer are fast app... Read More



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Princeton Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau
182 Nassau Street, Suite 301
Princeton, NJ 08542
Phone: 609-924-1776