Princeton Festival events take place at several venues in and around Princeton, NJ and can be found on the Google map above or viewed in a larger map.
McCarter Theatre, the Princeton University campus, and the Princeton Theological Seminary are easily accessible by train (New Jersey Transit) from New York. The Princeton Station, one stop on a spur line from Princeton Junction, is located a short distance from the McCarter Theatre. For complete train schedule information, please visit njtransit.com.
Please note that Princeton University’s temporary shuttle bus service between the Princeton Station parking lot and McCarter Theatre has been discontinued.
FOR McCARTER THEATRE (Madama Butterfly, Peter & Will Anderson Quintet): Recommended free parking is in Princeton University’s West Garage, a short, flat walk around the train station to the shuttle stop or a 5-15 minute, uphill walk to McCarter Theater (with a long flight of steps to the Matthews Theatre). Parking in the West Garage is free during the week after 5pm, and all day on weekends and holidays.
FOR PRINCETON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY (Concordia Chamber Players, Baroque Orchestra Concert, Choral Concert): Free parking is available throughout the Princeton Theological Seminary Campus, with the primary parking structure a 5-10 minute walk from Miller Chapel. (See map.)
FOR PRINCETON ABBEY (Baroque Chamber Concert): Ample free parking is available adjacent to the abbey.
FOR 185 NASSAU STREET (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum): On weekday evenings and weekends, Princeton University Lot 10 on William Street directly behind the Lewis Center is open to the public. See Princeton University’s Parking Map.
FOR PRINCETON PUBLIC LIBRARY (lectures, season preview): Parking is available at a moderate cost in the Municipal Garage at Spring Street located adjacent to the library. Library card holds can have their tickets validated for up to 2 hours of free parking when they visit the library.
For directions to Clark Music Center at The Lawrenceville School, please see: http://www.lawrenceville.org/about/directions/.