Visiting Information

General campus map

Public Transportation

From New York and New Jersey

Travelers taking NJ Transit to Princeton will have to transfer at Princeton Junction to the “Dinky,” a short shuttle that runs directly to Princeton station on campus.

NJ Transit homepage

From Pennsylvania

Travelers from central Philadelphia may take the SEPTA R7 line to Trenton. Riders must then transfer to NJ Transit’s Northeast Corridor line to Princeton Junction and transfer to the “Dinky” to Princeton (see above).

SEPTA homepage

Local Taxi Companies

Joe’s Princeton Taxi: (609) 256-7557
AAA Princeton Taxi: (609) 921-1177
Princeton Taxi: (609) 372-2037


Palmer Square Garages

Metered Parking

Meter locations and time periods can be found at:

Lot 21

Free campus parking is available to visitors in Lot 21 (map).
Note: University garages are NOT open to the public.


Nassau Inn
Peacock Inn

A Conference at Princeton University, March 3-5, 2016