For Friday, visitors can park in Lot 20 (https://goo.gl/maps/tmt7qhLAGZP2) or Lot 21 (https://goo.gl/maps/msD2oEwWpjK2). These lots are unfortunately a bit far from the workshop venue, so be sure to plan ahead for walking time (15-20 minutes) or bus time (via the free TigerTransit shuttle).
For Saturday, all numbered lots on campus are available for visitor parking. Lot 10 (https://goo.gl/maps/jJhaD7RA9Lk) and Lot 13 (https://goo.gl/maps/Y7pPcNNBvrQ2) are located close to where the workshop will be held.
- Princeton Junction Station is about 10 minutes by car from campus (there is a taxi line on the north side of the train tracks at Princeton Junction).
- You can also take “the Dinky” train from Princeton Junction Station to Princeton Station. Here is a link to the NJ Transit page to plan a trip from Princeton Junction Station to Princeton Station.
- Princeton Station is about a 20 minute walk to the workshop venue. (On weekdays, instead of walking from Princeton Station, you can also take the TigerTransit ‘A’ Central Line to Firestone Library.)
There are several options, in different price ranges, if you’d like to stay overnight somewhere within walking distance to the workshop venue.
- Nassau Inn ($360/night, may get fully booked as the workshop approaches)
- The Peacock Inn ($280/night, may get fully booked as the workshop approaches)
- The Erdman Center at the Princeton Theological Seminary ($70-$120/night, often has rooms available even at the last minute, you may need to call to book: 609-497-7990)
- Airbnb (various price ranges/options, but can be hit or miss in terms of availability)