What: PJ's pancake house has been a famous cultural icon for over 35 years. Trusted Patrons over the years have carved their name into the tables. Get there early, as the waiting line can come out the door and down the street. Opens at 7AM everyday.
What: One of the best used record stores in New Jersey. Come in and browse over 160,000 of rare Lp's and used CD's. Many CD's are priced under $5 with an unbelievable selection of over 2000 CD's priced at just $1.99.
After Breakfast you can wander around the Palmer Square Shopping area. There are many fine stores and shops all within a small walking distance. Make sure to visit the Princeton Record Exchange where you can browse thousands of rare Lp's and used CD's.
What: Tour a beautiful 18th Century home, that was actually the former NJ governor's mansion, of days past. Learn rich history of the mansion and view the rooms. The outdoor Garden is lovely, and not to be missed. Tours at 12:15 1:15 and 2:15 everyday. Closed Monday and Tuesdays $5
Where: McCormick Hall on the Princeton University Campus accessible from Nassau Street or Prospect Ave.
What: An extensive collection of European painting and sculpture from the Middle Ages to the 20th century as well as of American art. Tuesday ?Saturday: 10:00 a.m. ?5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:00 ?5:00 p.m. Closed Mondays Free!
You can walk over to Alchemist and Barrister and have a drink.
What: The historic Nassau Inn is one of New Jersey's premier hotels. Since 1756, the Nassau Inn has been the meeting place of distinction in Princeton, well known for its gracious hospitality and elegant facilities. It is conveniently located in the heart of downtown, directly across from Princeton University. If you still have it in you, you could have a night Cap downstairs at the Yankee Doodle Tap Room at The Nassau Inn.
What: Terhune Orchards grows over 35 crops on 185 acres. About half the farm is devoted to orchards. You can visit and take a leisurely stroll around the farm and browse the orchards and Farm animals. During certain times of the season, you can pick your own fruit. Check out their Pick your own fruit schedule. The Farm market is Open year round 9AM- 5PM (6 PM Sat and Sun)
Historic Drumthwacketet 1835 Official residence of the Governor of New Jersey. 354 Stockton Street (Rt 206), Princeton. Open: Wed 12-2. (609) 683-0057
Historic Rockingham 1702-1710 This farmstead home contains a fine collection of 18th-century furnishings and kitchen garden Route 603 Laurel Ave. Kingston. Call 609-683-7132 for days and hours the site is open.