A recent article on NJMonthly.com celebrates all that is unusual in Jersey’s Ivy League town.
You might be familiar with Princeton’s bucolic campus, stately homes and historic inns. But there’s an offbeat side to Princeton, too, offering less traveled but equally compelling escapes—and they just happen to be particularly alluring in the fall. From a ghost tour to afternoon wine under a majestic sycamore at an 18th-century bed-and-breakfast, they comprise the lesser-known side of this Ivy League haven.
And Princeton FYI’s favorite ….
Ready for something truly offbeat? The Princeton Tour Company’s Ghost Tours, which are offered on Saturdays in October, explore campus and surrounding neighborhood spots where apparitions or paranormal activity have been reported. They’re led by expert ghost hunters who provide dowsing rods, night-vision flashlights, electromagnetic field meters and thermometers. The hunts, which end with a tour of the Princeton Cemetery, typically sell out a week in advance.
Read the full article HERE and get out and find your Princeton adventure!