The land on which the University stands is part of the ancient homeland and unceded traditional territory of the Lenape people. We pay respect to Lenape peoples, past, present, and future and their continuing presence in the homeland and throughout the Lenape diaspora. Learn more.
Whether you experience campus virutally or in-person, you will see Princeton University's park-like campus is revered for its architectural and natural beauty. Our 600-acre residential community is located in central New Jersey in a cosmopolitan town of approximately 30,000 residents. The University is centrally located between Philadelphia and New York City and is accessible by many means of transportation, including Amtrak and NJ Transit. Princeton University has its own NJ Transit train station on campus.
If you decide to visit campus, we recommend you consult our list of local resources, including restaurants and lodging, as well as directions to Princeton’s campus. Visitor parking is located in Lot 23 along Faculty Road on the south end of campus.
Orange Key Campus Tour
Join us for a student-led tour of our beautiful 600-acre campus.
Your Orange Key tour guides will share their Princeton experience with you as you stroll through the heart of the University and learn more about our history, traditions and academic programs. Tour lasts approximately 60-minutes and does not enter campus buildings. Registration is required and space is limited.
Take a self-guided campus tour via your smartphone.
Download Adora, an app created by Princeton students, and explore campus from your fingertips. Text Princeton to 58052 to start exploring campus.
Can't make it to campus for an Orange Key tour? We've got you covered. Our Orange Key guides will live stream their official tour of campus via a Zoom webinar. You can ask questions in the chat and have them answered live by your knowledgeable guide. Enjoy the panoramic views and student stories from the comfort of your home. Registration is required.
YouVisit Virtual Tour
Explore campus from your desktop or smartphone.
Our 23-stop tour, led by Princeton undergraduates, highlights academic buildings, athletic complexes and many student support services. The tour is available in four languages.