Things To Do In Princeton

Dance Lesson Packages at Jersey Dance (Up to 83% Off). Four Options Available.

Jersey Dance

Princeton

$115 $29

Nonjudgmental classes in ballroom, Latin and swing styles organized by level; show off new skills during weekly socials

Wine and Chocolate Tasting with Souvenir Glasses for Two or Four at Old York Cellars (Up to 53% Off)

Old York Cellars

East Amwell

$20 $10

Sample six wines and pair them with chocolates designed to complement wine

Laser Tag Game and Batting-Cage Session for Two, Four, Six, or Eight at Bonkerz Family Fun Center (Up to 53% Off)

Bonkerz Family Fun Center

Princeton

$26 $13

Swing away at batting cages and then play laser tag in a fog and lightshow filled interactive 5,300 square-foot arena

18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four at Princeton Golf Course (Up to 56% Off). Weekday or Weekend Tee Times.

Princeton Golf Course

West Windsor

$120 $59

Varied terrain challenges golfers with dense tree lines, strategically placed bunkers, and intersecting water features

One or Two Months of Karate Classes at Liberty Martial Arts (Up to 67% Off)

Liberty Martial Arts

West Windsor

$150 $49

Nationally certified instructors introduce beginners ages 3 to adult to karate, focusing on fundamentals, fitness, and discipline

$56 for $125 Worth of Services at CMB Karate LLC

Cmb Karate Llc

Princeton Junction

$125 $56

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

5 or 10 Bikram Yoga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Bikram Yoga at Breathing Dragon Hot Yoga (Up to 85% Off)

Breathing Dragon Yoga

Montgomery

$99 $15

Certified instructors lead students of all levels through hot-yoga classes that help instill a sense of holistic health and well-being

Watershed Butterfly Festival for Two or Four on Saturday, August 9th (Up to 53% Off)

Stony Brook - Millstone Watershed Association

Hopewell

$20 $10

Kids learn about butterflies and other insects at interactive festival that also includes nature walks, live music, and local artists

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In 1754, Richard Stockton, a leading attorney who would go on to be a signer of the Declaration of Independence, acquired land on his grandfather's 5,500-acre tract to build a home. The house later traded hands among Stockton family members until the 20th century, when it served as the state's first Governor's Mansion, eventually housing five governors.

Since its restoration and conversion into the Morven Museum & Garden in 2004, galleries on two floors of the dwelling have housed permanent and temporary exhibitions relating to New Jersey history and culture, as well as the Morven property, now a National Historic Landmark. As guests wander the museum’s halls, Stockton family portraiture and decorative art speaks of past eras while contemporary art and photographs keep visitors grounded in the present day. Meanwhile, 5 more acres outside host a massive garden that includes a recreation of Morven's old Colonial Revival¬–style blooming garden and its charismatic, singing Venus flytrap.

55 Stockton Street
Princeton,
NJ
US

The course at Stonybrook Golf Club weaves along verdant paths buttressed by dense walls of foliage, creating a relatively short 3,514-yard track from the back tees. Course architect Robert Krieger incorporated frequent misdirection that leads to blind shots, including double doglegs on the 6th and 15th holes, the course’s only two par 5s. Water hazards come into play on seven holes and speedy greens can cause further complications for golfers with the yips or roller-skate golf shoes. When walking, a round can be finished in under three hours, letting players quickly return to daily life or the scene of the accident.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 62 course * Total length of 3,514 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 57.3 from the back tees * Course slope of 91 from the back tees * Three sets of tees per hole * Scorecard

207 Stony Brook Road
Hopewell,
NJ
US

New York Sports Clubs, part of Town Sports International's network of fitness loci, opens up a number of equipment-stocked facilities across New York to exercisers. Strength-training gear, such as circuit machines, free weights, and medicine balls, molds muscles into chiseled depictions of physical might. Sessions on cardio machines, ranging from treadmills and ellipticals to upright and recumbent stationary bicycles, inspire burnt calories to pack up and move to cooler climates. Each club offers a schedule of group classes that draws from more than 100 fitness styles, including Pilates, yoga, and boxing, ensuring that no member has to jazzercise without a spotter. Each location rewards exercisers for sweating in its vicinity with special features such as babysitting, saunas, and steam rooms.

301 N Harrison St
Princeton,
NJ
US

The current Madison Square Garden's court is the fourth venue to bear the name, and sits five stories above the bustling streets of New York. Billed as "The World's Most Famous Arena," the Garden has played host to triumphant basketball and hockey games, breathless boxing matches, and appearances by such luminaries as Elvis, Billy Joel, and the Pope. Recently finished with the second year of a three-phase renovation, the center has streamlined crowd flow, upgraded dining options, and removed the ejection systems from the lower bowl seats.

475 Wall St
Princeton,
NJ
US

Tiger Hall: Play Zone and Activity Center spreads fun and interactive-learning opportunities throughout its 2,800-square-foot facility, offering everything from a spacious playroom to a relaxing parents lounge. On weekdays, the center provides families with private programming and preschool options. Come the weekend, Tiger Hall transforms into an energized hub of entertainment, complete with open-play hours, workshops, birthday parties, and a variety of classes, including interactive music.

53 State Rd.
Princeton,
NJ
US

Join artistic director Richard Tang Yuk for The Princeton Festival's 2011 season, boasting performances by world-renowned performers in jazz and classical music as well as theatrical exhibitions designed to dazzle eardrums and nourish culture-starved corneas. On June 18, accomplished organist Christopher Young tickles the bellows of the Aeolian-Skinner organ of Princeton University Chapel to the tuneful tones of Camille Saint-Saens Prelude and Fugue in B Major, in addition to ditties penned by William Bolcom, Horatio Parker, and Marcel Dupré, among many others.

91 University Place
Princeton,
NJ
US