This tour is the perfect kick-off event for couples or singles wanting to learn about Princeton's fascinating history while enjoying an evening out in our quaint, picturesque town!
Has Girls’ Night Out grown stale? Want to plan an impressive first date? While we make no promises about how your Saturday night will end, we can at least get it off to a good start!
Learn about the fascinating lives of famous Princetonians, from idealistic Founding Fathers to everybody’s favorite bookish bad boy, F. Scott Fitzgerald. Sneak a peek at their beautiful homes, stroll past their favorite haunts and pass through the ivy-clad arches of Princeton’s campus as you learn all about the scandals, secrets, feuds and obsessions that shaped history and our quaint, little town. Why is Einstein’s residence unmarked? Were there slaves at Morven? What’s the secret to getting your kid into their dream school? We have answers to (almost all of) your questions!
Ninety minutes of walking and talking is sure to work up a thirst. Luckily, our final stop is one of the preferred bar of modern-day Town ‘n Gowners where the first round of Prosecco is on us. One thing is certain… you’ll have plenty to talk about over dinner!
Adults 21 years and older – $25 per participant
Includes complimentary glass of Prosecco
5 PM start – 90 Minutes
Tours start inside 116 Nassau Street inside the Princeton- University Store. We recommend parking in the nearby garage at 30 Spring Street. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to tour departure – we cannot wait for late arrivals. Dress appropriately for the weather forecast and anticipate a 1 mile leisurely pace!
All participants pay in advance of the tour. For individuals payment is a one-time upfront payment. All individuals may cancel via email within 48 hours for any reason and 24 hours in advance due to weather with no penalty. Individuals and groups requesting cancellations on the day of the tour or event may forfeit all payments.
Mimi Omiecinski – that’s me – I own Princeton Tour Company.
I wanted to create a business that would honor all of Princeton – her history, culture, residents, university and merchants so I knew a touring company made sense…read more