Historic Sites & Memorials in Princeton NJ

Princeton

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.

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    Bainbridge House
    City: Princeton
    158 Nassau St. Princeton, NJ 08540
    Built in 1766 by Job Stockton, a prosperous tanner and cousin of Richard Stockton III, signer of the Declaration of Independence, Bainbridge House is one of the oldest surviving buildings in...
    City: Princeton
    500 Mercer Rd. Princeton, NJ 08540
    Located at Princeton Battlefield State Park, the house was built by Thomas Clarke in 1772 and was the scene of heavy fighting during the Battle of Princeton....
    City: Princeton
    354 Stockton St. Princeton, NJ 08540
    Tour this beautiful Greek Revival mansion, the official residence of NJ Governors. Wednesday tours. Closed August. Registration Required. See website for details and registration.
    Historical Society of Princeton
    City: Princeton
    354 Quaker Rd. Princeton, NJ 08540
    Inspired by the worldly and entrepreneurial spirit of the citizens of Princeton, and graced by the important legacy of the town, the Historical Society of Princeton develops signature programs of...
    City: Princeton
    Princeton University Princeton, NJ 08540
    Nassau Hall is the oldest building at Princeton University. It served as the nation's capital and the Continental Congress met in the library. ...
    City: Princeton
    500 Mercer Rd. Princeton, NJ 08540
    National Historic Landmark on 85 acres. On Jan. 3, 1777, the peaceful winter fields and woods of Princeton Battlefield were transformed into the site of what is considered to be the fiercest fight...