10 Palmer Square
Princeton, NJ 08540
Palmer House (full - reservations via Organizing Committee only)
1 Bayard Lane
Princeton, NJ 08540
Newark International Airport - EWR (1 hour away)
Philadelphia International Airport - PHL (1 hour away)
Trains to Princeton Station
NJ Transit Northeast Corridor (New York Penn Station to Trenton) and Amtrak trains stop at Princeton Junction Station with rail connection via the “Dinky” shuttle train from Princeton Junction to the Princeton Station at the University.
NJ Transit trains usually stop at Newark International Airport (via a regular airport shuttle service) and provide an easy ride to Princeton Junction.
If arriving at PHL, take SEPTA to Trenton and transfer to NJ Transit direction New York, debark at Princeton Junction.
Cab/Uber/Lyft from Princeton Junction.
We can provide car service information.
Local taxi: Pride Taxi & Limo 609-963-5400
Parking on campus
Visitors coming to the University on weekdays from 7 AM to 4 PM are welcome to park in the Stadium Drive Garage, which is located off Faculty Road, a 5min walk to the Frick Chemistry building.
Visitors parking in the garage are asked to register for a daily visitor permit. Registration can be done online in advance or at the garage during arrival.
After 4 PM on weekdays and all day on weekends/University holidays, University visitors may park in any numbered and non-restricted parking lots, including Prospect Ave Garage, and Stadium Drive Garage. *The Theater Garage (behind Wawa) is temporarily closed.
Please see the Princeton University Visitor Parking Map for lot locations and access.
Metered parking on downtown Princeton streets is limited to one or two hours in most cases and operates from Mon.-Thurs. 9 AM-8 PM, Fri.-Sat. 9 AM-9PM, Sun. 1-8 PM. There are some streets with longer-term parking meters. Parking regulations are strictly enforced. The municipality uses a parking app - available from the iOS or Android app stores.
Three municipal parking garages that charge a fee are located on Chambers, Hulfish and Spring streets in downtown Princeton.