Map Princeton New Jersey US for Printing

Princeton, New Jersey, is a town with a rich history and a strong association with education and culture.

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Here are some historic places, buildings, streets, and squares in Princeton:

  1. Princeton University: Founded in 1746, Princeton University is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the United States. The campus itself is a historic landmark, with beautiful Gothic and colonial-style architecture. Notable buildings include Nassau Hall, the university’s oldest building, and the University Chapel.
  2. Nassau Street: Nassau Street is the main thoroughfare in downtown Princeton and is lined with shops, restaurants, and historic buildings. The street has a charming, picturesque atmosphere and is a hub of activity for both residents and visitors.
  3. Palmer Square: Palmer Square is a historic square located in the heart of downtown Princeton. It features a mix of shops, restaurants, and offices, as well as charming colonial-style architecture. The square is a popular gathering place for locals and visitors alike.
  4. Princeton Battlefield State Park: This historic park commemorates the Battle of Princeton, a crucial engagement during the American Revolutionary War. The park includes the Clarke House, which served as General George Washington’s headquarters during the battle, and the Ionic Colonnade, a memorial structure.
  5. Morven Museum & Garden: Morven is a historic mansion that served as the governor’s mansion for several years. Now a museum, it showcases the history of New Jersey through its exhibits, artifacts, and beautiful gardens.
  6. Albert Einstein House: Located at 112 Mercer Street, this modest house was the residence of Albert Einstein from 1935 until his death in 1955. While not open to the public, the house is a point of interest for those interested in the life of the renowned physicist.
  7. Princeton Cemetery: Established in 1757, Princeton Cemetery is the final resting place of many notable figures, including Aaron Burr, Grover Cleveland, and several other historical figures. The cemetery has a serene atmosphere and is known for its beautiful landscaping.
  8. Drumthwacket: This historic mansion serves as the official residence of the Governor of New Jersey. The mansion and its grounds are occasionally open to the public for tours and events.
  9. Bainbridge House: Located on Nassau Street, this 1766 house is now home to the Historical Society of Princeton. It serves as a museum and offers exhibitions and educational programs about the town’s history.

Princeton’s historic places and buildings are deeply intertwined with the founding and development of the United States, making it a fascinating destination for those interested in American history and culture. Keep in mind that the status and accessibility of these places may change, so it’s advisable to check with local authorities or historical societies for the latest information.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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