Parking and Access Information

Parking

Public parking is not available on the Princeton campus. The best place to park is in town, at metered spaces near Palmer Square and along Nassau Street, or at public parking garages located on Chambers, Hulfish, Spring, and Wiggins streets.

Visitor Parking

Access

The Museum is fully accessible to individuals with disabilities. Wheelchairs are available. Should you need special vehicular or parking access, please contact us in advance at parking@princeton.edu or  (609) 258-3157. The University's accessibility map shows accessible parking areas, walkways, and buildings. You can also refer to the campus map for a pinpoint location of the Art Museum.

Buses

Buses may stop briefly at the bus stop in front of the U-Store on University Place to drop off and pick up passengers. It is a five-minute walk from the U-Store to the Art Museum. Buses may park in Lot 21 off of Faculty Road during the Museum visit.

Vans and Minibuses

Vans and smaller buses (no larger than twenty-four seats) may be able to drop off passengers at the Museum before parking. Please contact us at parking@princeton.edu or (609) 258-3157 to make arrangements. Full-size buses are not permitted on campus.

  • Intersections of Art and Science Harold Edgerton, American, 1903–1990. Milk Drop Coronet 1957, printed 1985
    Gallery Highlights

    Intersections of Art and Science

    On view in the Works on Paper Study Room September 22 through October 28, 2018.  Saturdays 10:00 am – 5:00 pm; Sundays 12:00 –5:00 pm

  • Color and Motion Edna Andrade. Winter Veils, 1973. Acrylic on canvas. © Estate of Edna Andrade
    Gallery Highlights

    Color and Motion

    On view in the Contemporary gallery

  • Revealing Interiors Elizabeth Colomba, French, born 1976. Clyte, 2008. Watercolor. Museum purchase, gift of the PECO Foundation 2017-1
    Gallery Highlights

    Revealing Interiors

    On view in the Early European Galleries May 5–October 28, 2018

  • Nature's Nation: American Art and Environment
    Exhibition

    Nature's Nation: American Art and Environment

    October 13, 2018
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    January 6, 2019