Princeton Art and Museums

Opportunities for extraordinary performances, musical and artistic, abound in Princeton!

For every interest, age, skill, and enthusiasm; there is a performance organization that performs and enhances the cultural richness of this region!

The Princeton area includes some incredible performing arts venues including McCarter Theatre, Richardson Auditorium on Princeton University's campus, the new Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, the Princeton High School Performing Arts Center and many others!

Rich in arts and culture, Princeton has a variety of performances from opera to musicals, from local comedy troupes and clubs to world renown artists, dancers and performers.

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PRIORITY MEMBER LISTINGS
Grounds For Sculpture

Grounds For Sculpture

 
  • 18 Fairgrounds Road
  • Hamilton, NJ 08619
  • Phone: (609) 586-0616
  • Alt. Phone: 6096891089
  • Fax: (609) 689-1085
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Grounds For Sculpture is a 42-acre public sculpture park located in Hamilton, NJ. It was founded in 1992 on the site of the former New Jersey State Fairgrounds by Seward Johnson to promote an understanding of and appreciation for contemporary sculpture. Visitors to the Grounds can enjoy an outdoor permanent collection of over 270 sculptures by both well-known and emerging contemporary artists as well as indoor seasonal exhibitions in eight galleries. Grounds For Sculpture is also a garden and arboretum, featuring paved terraces, pergolas, and courtyards juxtaposed with natural woodlands, ponds and groves of bamboo. The Grounds boasts more than 100 species and cultivars and over 2,000 trees, with many rare and unusual finds. Visitors may learn about contemporary sculpture through a varie...
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Historical Society of Princeton

 
  • 158 Nassau Street
  • Princeton, NJ 08542
  • Phone: (609) 921-6748
  • Fax: (609) 921-6939
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Discover Princeton history, through exhibitions that focus on social history, notable people and events, architecture and more. Museum Hours: Tue-Sun, noon to 4p.m. Admission by donation. Two guided walking tours held every Sunday at 2 p.m. The library is open Tuesday and Saturday, 1 to 4p.m.

Old Barracks Museum

 
  • Old Barracks Museum
  • Barrack Street
  • Trenton, NJ 08608
  • Phone: (609) 396-1776
  • Alt. Phone: (609) 777-3599
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In 1758, during the French and Indian War, the Old Barracks was constructed by the colony of New Jersey in Trenton. British soldiers were housed here until 1776. In December, 1776, American forces, retreating from a year-long series of defeats in New Jersey, crossed the Delaware southward into Pe...

New Jersey State Museum

 
  • 205 West State Street
  • Trenton, NJ 08618
  • Phone: (609) 292-6301
  • Fax: (609) 599-4098
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The New Jersey State Museum - fossils, dinosaurs; Native American artifacts; fine, decorative, folk art; a planetarium - presents the natural and cultural heritage of New Jersey.
Arts Council of Princeton

Arts Council of Princeton

 
  • Paul Robeson Center for the Arts
  • 102 Witherspoon Street
  • Princeton, NJ 08542
  • Phone: (609) 924-8777
  • Fax: (609) 921-0008
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The Arts Council of Princeton (ACP), founded in 1967, is a non-profit organization with a mission of Building Community through the Arts. Housed in the landmark Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, designed by renowned architect Michael Graves, the ACP fulfills its mission by presenting a wide range...
Friends of Washington Crossing Park

Friends of Washington Crossing Park

 
  • PO Box 1776
  • 1112 River Road
  • Washington Crossing, PA 18977
  • Phone: (215) 493-4076
  • Fax: (215) 493-4820
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The non-profit Friends of Washington Crossing Park (PA) supports and promotes the 500-acre Washington Crossing Historic Park as a nationally significant historic site and modern-day recreation area. The park includes the colonial village of Taylorsville, the bucolic Thompson-Neely House & Farmste...

Cranbury Museum

 
  • 4 Park Place East
  • Cranbury, NJ 08512
  • Phone: (609) 920-1889
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Originally built in 1834 by Dr. Garret P. Voorhees, with additional rooms added added from 1850 to 1862 by the Isaac Snedeker Family. The Historical Society acquired the house in May, 1972 and volunteers transformed it in six months from a simple house into a museum. The many original architectur...

Princeton University Library, Rare Books and Special Collections

 
  • 1 Washington Road
  • Princeton University Library
  • Princeton, NJ 08544
  • Phone: (609) 258-5049
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The Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, located in the Harvey S. Firestone Library and the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library at Princeton University, is one of the premier repositories of its kind. Its holdings span five millennia and five continents, and include around 200,000 rare...

Princeton Doll and Toy Museum

 
  • 8 Somerset Street
  • Hopewell, NJ 08525
  • Phone: (609) 333-8600
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OverviewPrinceton Doll and Toy Museum displays the evolution of dolls and toys from the 1600's to present. Our permanent collection and quarterly special exhibits offer many fine examples of dolls and toys of all types. In addition, we show award-winning miniature rooms, Bliss doll houses, and do...
Princeton University Art Museum

Princeton University Art Museum

 
  • McCormick Hall
  • Princeton University
  • Princeton, NJ 08542
  • Phone: (609) 258-3788
  • Fax: (609) 258-3610
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Founded in 1882, the Princeton University Art Museum is one of the finest art museums in the country. Its collection features more than 68,000 works ranging from ancient to contemporary art, and concentrating geographically on the Mediterranean regions, Western Europe, China, the United States, a...

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Princeton Campus
Photo: Mark Czajkowski

Bainbridge House 
Bainbridge House

Morven 
Morven Museum & Garden

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