The Residences at Palmer Square

The first and only collection of luxury townhomes and condominiums in downtown Princeton.

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Palmer Square Princeton

Palmer Square

Offering the best in fashion, accessories, gifts and home furnishings from both local boutiques and brand name stores. Plus a variety of restaurants and specialty food shops.

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The Nassau Inn

Nassau Inn

Full-service hotel featuring 188 guestrooms, 10,000 SF of meeting and event space and the historic Yankee Doodle Tap Room restaurant and bar.

Palmer Square Properties

Palmer Square Properties owns and operates Palmer Square, Nassau Inn and The Residences at Palmer Square, which are all located in the heart of downtown Princeton, NJ.


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Things To Do

Things to Do In Princeton, New Jersey

Step out of the Nassau Inn, and you will find yourself in the heart of downtown Princeton, New Jersey near many things to do. Nassau Inn is at the center of Palmer Square, a stylish collection of shops, restaurants, offices, and residences. This location is a prime spot for exploring the Princeton University campus or taking a scenic walking tour. No matter what the season, there are always things to do in Princeton. Whether your plans are for business or pleasure, your visit to Nassau Inn is certain to be filled with rewarding and memorable experiences.

Palmer Square

Step outside of the Nassau Inn and you will find yourself in the heart of Palmer Square -- the best in fashion, accessories, gifts and home furnishings from both local boutiques and brand name stores, plus a variety of restaurants and specialty food shops.

For a listing of Palmer Square shops, annual events, and hours of operation, visit Visit Residences at Palmer Square for more information.

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If you have the time and the inclination to head out for some more far-reaching sightseeing, the New Jersey area around Princeton and Nassau Inn offers plenty of enticing options.

The Princeton Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau (PRCVB) provides visitors to Princeton important information such as history, things to see and do, accommodations, event and meeting planning, an events calendar, campus visits and transportation options. For more information, visit

New Jersey Travel & Tourism provides information on New Jersey's history, transportation, things to see and do, accommodations, event and meeting planning, events calendar, visitor information and maps and directions. For more information, visit

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Sightseeing & Museums

The Princeton University Art Museum - The museum features collections ranging from ancient to contemporary. Admission to the Museum is Free. Hours of Operation are Tuesday thru Sunday 10am-5pm and Sunday 1pm-5pm.
McCormick Hall, (609) 258-3787

Drumthwacket - Built circa 1835. Official residence of the Governor of New Jersey. Open to the public Wednesdays from 12 - 2 p.m. Reservations are required for individuals and group tours. A $5 donation is suggested.
354 Stockton Street, (609) 683-0057

Grounds For Sculpture - 42-acre public sculpture park, founded in 1992 on the site of the former NJ State Fairgrounds by J. Seward Johnson, with contemporary sculpture for all people. Visitors enjoy permanent and seasonal exhibitions, tours, hands-on workshops, and Rat’s Restaurant. Please call for hours of operation.
18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, (609) 586-0616

Kuser Farm Mansion & Park - A Queen Anne historic house museum with turn of the century furnishings and film memorabilia. 
Hamilton, (609) 890-3630

McCarter Theatre - Built in 1929, the theatre presents professional drama, dance, music, and special events. Recipient of the Tony Award.  
91 University Place, (609) 258-2787

Morven Museum and Garden - A National Historic Landmark. Built in the 1750s by Richard Stockton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, the home is now a decorative arts museum. Admission is $5.00 for adults and $4.00 for seniors and students. Call for tour hours.
Stockton Street, (609) 924-8144

Princeton University - Arrange to take an Orange Key Tour of the campus and enjoy visiting the Art Museum, Chapel, and Nassau Hall. Enjoy a Princeton University football game or crew match - all within walking distance from the Nassau Inn. 
P.O. Box 430, (609) 258-3060

Riddlesbrood Touring Theatre Company - Come see a wildly funny dinner theater performance at Cranbury Inn in Historic Cranbury NJ. Enjoy lunch or dinner and a fabulously funny show performed by the Riddlesbrood Touring Theatre Company! Nassau Inn offers a special rate for large groups! For more information call or log on to
Cranbury, NJ. (866) 276-6399

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Parks & Recreation

Community Park North - Fitness trails, hiking, picnicking, jogging, ice-skating, and an amphitheater for special events.
Route 206 & Mountain Avenue, (609) 921-9480

Community Park South - Outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts, baseball fields, and basket and bocce ball courts.
Witherspoon Street, (609) 921-2990

Mercer County Park - The Park includes nature trails, golf courses, softball and soccer fields, tennis centers, a marina and ice skating rink.
Old Trenton Road, West Windsor, (609) 989-6530

Washington Crossing State Park - 2,000 acre Park overlooking the Delaware-Raritan Canal. Camping, trails, nature center and picnicking.
355 Washington Crossing-Pennington Road, Titusville, (609) 737-9303

Windsor Greens Golf Center - A driving range and miniature golf course.
Cranbury, (609) 799-9854

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Theme Parks & Stadiums

Mercer County Waterfront Park - Home of the Trenton Thunder the AA affiliate of New York Yankees.
One Thunder Road - Trenton, (609) 394-8326

Sesame Place - Theme Park with water slides, rides and games.
100 Sesame Road, Langhorne PA, (215) 752-7070

Six Flags Great Adventure Theme Park - Theme Park with Rides, Games, Hurricane Harbor Water Park and Wild Animal Safari.
Jackson, NJ (908) 928-1821

Sun National Bank Center - Concerts and Sporting Events. Home of the Trenton Devils Hockey Team.
Route 129 & 550 South Broad Street - Trenton, (609) 656-3200

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Princeton Tour Company - Offering public and private walking tours, ghost tours, holiday trolley tours and step-on guides for bus tours in Princeton. Learn about the Princeton you never knew existed. It’s fun, educational, and recreational exercise! For more information, visit  (609) 902-3637

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