Please refer to these addresses when navigating through campus and nearby:
- Nassau Inn, 10 Palmer Square West, Princeton, NJ
- Parking for Nassau Inn: Hulfish Garage, park in the garage and bring the ticket with you when you check into the hotel
- Louis A. Simpson International Building
- Julius Romo Rabinowitz Building
- E-QUAD (for Robotics and Core Facilities Campus Tours)
- The main entrance to the E-Quad is at the intersection of Olden and William streets. If using Apple or Google Maps, entering “Princeton Engineering” is more effective than entering a street address.
- Firestone Library
- Lewis Center for the Arts
Other Notable Places of Interest
- University Store (apparel, sundries and more)
- Labyrinth Books - 122 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ
- Princeton Cemetery - (final resting place of Aaron Burr, Grover Cleveland and more) 29 Greenview Avenue, Princeton, NJ
- Witherspoon-Jackson Historical and Cultural Society Heritage Tour (a self guided tour of the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood - Princeton's 20th historic district)
- Princeton Junction (New Jersey Transit and Amtrak train station - Northeast Corridor rail line)
- Princeton Station (Dinky shuttle train that connects campus to the Princeton Junction train station)
- Tiger Transit (Princeton University campus shuttle bus)
- Parking - On Friday, parking in campus lots is restricted to those with campus permits. Campus parking lots are open to the public on Saturday. Metered street parking is available on William Street and Prospect Avenue. Please check the link for more information. There is a parking lot affiliated with the Nassau Inn for those staying at the hotel. The walk from the hotel to the meeting site is about 5-10 minutes.
You can use the Princeton University Campus Interactive Map to help guide you to locations around campus.