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Three Australian girls driving from New York to DC, we decided we had to stop in Princeton and see the university. It was unbelievable. The grounds are stunning and its definitely worth a stop and walk around. Princeton itself is such a cute little town....More
Walking around this campus is like being in a quaint town in Europe. There are the stone buildings with the wonderful architecture, the numerous trees shading the lovely walkways, and something interesting to see at every turn.
The chapel itself resembles a mini European cathedral,...More
I visited the campus to attend a day long meeting. I had the opportunity to walk around in the morning and evening. What a beautiful campus it is. Beautiful architecture which generally blends to give a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. During the day it is...More
A beautiful campus, in a great town with so much to see and do. Just walking through the old campus is like being in England. The library is one of the best and largest that you will find.
they have a great Athletic facility in...More
It was lovely roaming around the Princeton campus and imagining famous personalities having lived in these premises. I am fond of architecture and just gazing at the marvel. If you're the kind of person who doesnt like laid back walks in the garden and exploring...More
Take a walk and enjoy the beautiful campus. The buildings are amazing as is the cannon ball that is still embedded in one of the walls. Go during a school break so you can enjoy the view without being crowded by students. Be sure to...More
We started with the institute of international studies whereas many foreign dignatatries have made speeches here. In the summer time, the fountain is a cool place to cool off. The next stop is the cathedral with heavy wooden door, ancienty lighting fixture, stain glasses and...More
A nearly perfect picturesque setting for one of the World’s great Universities!
It made for an absolutely beautiful afternoon of walking around the school and the local town and made a huge impression on the kids.
Check the website - search tours and information sessions then click on "current schedule" Looks like they have 2 tours on remaining Sundays in August at 1 pm and 3:30 pm, but check the website to be sure.