Travel to Princeton and stay at the Chauncey Conference Center

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Destination Guide

Serene and secluded, Chauncey's 370-acre setting offers wonderful choices for recreation in all seasons. Whether you choose a workout in the fitness center or one of the many outdoor activities, you'll enjoy scenic views of the woods, lake and local wildlife.

Seasonal recreation includes privileges at Tournament Player's or The Ridge at Backbrook golf courses. A 24-Hour access fitness room and the woodland acres surrounding Chauncey feature a sports field and nature trails for walking, running or biking.

Chauncey is conveniently located just minutes from Princeton University and The Lawrenceville School.  We offer complimentary shuttle transportation to both schools to make your visit seamless.

Princeton Regional Convention & Visitor Bureau
Princeton, New Jersey
609.924.1776

Activities, Arts & Museums

Terhune Orchards (1.5 miles form the hotel)
330 Cold Soil Road
609.924.2310

Princeton University Art Museum
McCormick Hall, Princeton University
609.258.3787
609.258.3788

Bucks County Playhouse
Main Street, New Hope, PA
215.862.2041

George Street Playhouse
414 George Street, New Brunswick
732-246-7717

McCarter Theatre
Built in 1929, the theater presents professional drama, dance, music and special events.
91 University Place, Princeton
609.683.8000

Morven Museum and Garden
A National Historic Landmark, built in the 1750's by Richard Stockton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, the home is now a decorative arts museum.  Open for tours.
55 Stockton Street, Princeton  609.924-8144

The New Jersey State Museum
Exhibits of contemporary art, a science hall, a planetarium and an auditorium featuring concerts throughout the year. The planetarium is one of the few Intermediate SpaceTransit Planetariums (duplicates motions of space vehicles) in the world.
205 West State Street, Trenton
609.292.6464

Old Barracks Museum
Recreated 18th-century military barracks. Historical interpreters guide visitors and discuss life in George Washington's Army, 'New Old Barracks,' in the History Lab.
Trenton
609.396.1776

Attractions

The Bainbridge House
Museum of changing exhibitions, a library and photo archives. Headquarters of the Historical Society of Princeton. Open Tuesday through Sunday from noon to 4:00 pm.
158 Nassau Street, Princeton
609.921.6748

Drumthwacket
Built circa 1834. Official residence of the Governor of New Jersey. Open to the public Wednesdays from noon to 2:00 pm.
Stockton Street, Princeton
609.683.0057

Grounds for Sculpture
22-acre sculpture park and museum. The exhibition program features contemporary works by internationally known artists in a variety of media.
18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton
609.586.0968

Historic New Hope Pennsylvania
New Hope is a charming little village nestled along the Delaware River and Delaware Canal that conjures up visions of a by-gone era, located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Day trips to New Hope are easy to fill with things to do - ferry rides, visits to historic sites, carriage rides, mule barge rides, and of course, shopping. New Hope is a Shopper’s Paradise with over 100 shops, offering local crafts, as well as, beautiful items from around the world.
New Hope, PA
215.862.6489

Palmer Square
Over 50 stores, featuring distinctive boutiques, popular specialty shops, major stores including Ann Taylor, Talbots, Banana Republic, Nine West, GAP and GAP Kids, and superb restaurants.
Downtown Princeton

Princeton Chamber of Commerce
The Princeton Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to making our community both a thriving business area and a great place to live.
609-924-1776

Princeton Market Fair
Barnes & Noble and other major stores, boutiques, Regal Movie Theatre, TGI Friday's restaurant and food court in a one-story mall setting.
Route 1 & Meadow Road

Princeton University
Arrange to take a tour of the campus and enjoy visiting the Art Museum, Chapel, FitzRandolph Gateway, Museum of Natural History and Nassau Hall. Orange Key Tours available.
Nassau and Witherspoon Streets, Princeton
609.258.3603

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is dedicated to advanced learning, creating new knowledge and contributing to the growing vitality of the state. Our home page is your gateway to the rich variety of web resources available at one of the nation's leading educational institutions.
Piscataway and New Brunswick, NJ
732.932.INFO

Wegmans Princeton
Helping you make great meals easy.
240 Nassau Park Blvd, Princeton
609.919.9300

Attractions-Sports

Mercer County Water Front Park
Home of the Trenton Thunder
(NY Yankees Baseball AA Team)
The 6,000-seat stadium, home of Mercer County's minor league baseball team, the Trenton Thunder, has revitalized a favorite pastime.
Water Front Park
609.394.TEAM
609.394.3300

Princeton Football
The Princeton University ticket office is open Monday through Friday during the months of September through November from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. From the end of November through mid-March, the ticket office will be open 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
609.258.3538

Sun National Bank Center
 Opened on October 6, 1999. Over the past decade, the Arena has hosted international music sensations like Cher, Bruce Springsteen, Shania Twain, Elton John and Luciano Pavarotti; top sports events such as the 2006 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball First and Second Rounds and 2009 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Trenton Regional; and family-friendly entertainment like the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and The Harlem Globetrotters.

The Arena has accommodations for up to 10,000 guests for concerts and seating for 9,000 for basketball. Hockey games have room for 8,100 fans. There are also 1,150 club seats and 34 private luxury suites.  Home of the Trenton Titans, it's the place to go for hockey action at its finest.
650 S. Broad Street, Trenton
877.TITANS.2
609.989.6530

Parks & Recreation

Bucks County
County Government information for current and prospective residents of Bucks County Pennsylvania.
901 East Bridgetown Pike
Langhorne, PA 19047
215.348.6114

Bucks County Conference & Visitors Bureau
3207 Street Road
Bensalem, PA 19020
800.836.BUCKS

Cranbury Golf Club
An 18-hole course, open all year. Clubhouse and 'The Bog' restaurant. Shower and locker room facilities.
Southfield Road, West Windsor
609.799.0341

Great Adventure
A giant amusement park with many thrill rides for adults and children. Many restaurants and shows and special concerts. Drive-through safari. Part of the Six Flags Amusement Park Family.
NJ Turnpike, Exit 7A, Jackson Township, NJ
908.928.1821

The Meadows at Middlesex Country Club
A 6,400-yard, 18-hole public golf course, open seven days a week, with a large pro shop and range of services for group outings.
70 Hunters Glen Drive, Plainsboro
609.799.4000

Mercer County Park
Largest park in the county. Contains athletic complex, picnic areas, playgrounds and a marina with boat rentals on Lake Mercer. Jogging, rollerblading, bike paths circle park. Near Mercer County Community College.
Entrance on Old Trenton Road, West Windsor
609.989.6530

Metropolis Spa
301 North Harrison Street
Princeton Shopping Center
Princeton
609.683.8388

Princeton Battlefield State Park
Historic Clarke House. Other historical markers of the Battle of Princeton and The Mercer Oak. Many hiking trails.
Mercer Road, Princeton
609.921.0074

PROSKATE USA
1000 Cornwall Road
Monmouth Junction, NJ
732.940.6800

Royce Brook Golf Club
A home to two championship 18-hole golf courses designed by Steve Smyers, each designed to suit the golf purist and with the level of service expected of a corporate golf club.
201 Hamilton Road
Hillsborough, NJ
888.434.FORE

Sesame Place
A play-and-learn water park for children, featuring the Sesame Street gang in plays and parades.
1-95 to Oxford Valley Road, Langhorne, PA
215.757.1100

Jasna Polana
Membership at a private championship golf club, designed by Gary Player.
8 Lawrenceville Road, Princeton
609.688.0500

Washington Crossing State Park Visitor Center
Historic pathways, restored tavern, landing site. Open-air summer theater. Nature Center. Christmas day reenactment of George Washington crossing the Delaware. Delaware River Crossing near Lambertville, NJ and New Hope, PA
609.737.9304

 

Restaurants

Alchemist & Barrister
Casual American cuisine. Patio, formal dining room and pub.
28 Witherspoon Street, Princeton
609.924.5555

Ferry House
32 Witherspoon Lane
Princeton
609.924.2488

JB Winberie
Varied fare in a casual setting.
1 Palmer Square, Princeton
609.921.0700

Mediterra
Casual Mediterranean cuisine.
29 Hulfish Street, Princeton
609.252.9680

Peacock Inn
'Le Plumet Royale' restaurant, French cuisine, jackets suggested.
20 Bayard Lane, Princeton
609.921.0050

Rat's Restaurant
Four-star gourmet dining in a charmingly recreated French Village located at Grounds For Sculpture art center.
16 Fairgrounds Road Hamilton, NJ
609.584.7800

Teresa Caffe
Homemade Italian specialties, pizzettas, pasta, cappuccino, espresso.
21 Palmer Square, Princeton
609.921.1974

Triumph Brewing Company
New York-style brewery featuring eclectic New American menu.
138 Nassau Street, Princeton
609.924.7855

Transportation

A-1 Limousine
The driving force in business and leisure transportation.
2 Emmons Drive
Princeton
800.678.2154

GEM Limousine
Starr provides Charter bus service and packaged tours to over 100 different destinations.
70 Amboy Avenue
Woodbridge, NJ
800.233.1161

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