Nassau Hall108 Votes
- Address: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08542, USA, United States
- Tags: Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Hall
Making it a number of lists and registers, Princeton University Nassau Hall is included in U.S. National Register of Historic Places, U.S. National Historic Landmark, U.S. Historic district Contributing property and the New Jersey Register of Historic Places too. It was built in the year 1756, and at that point of time, was famous for being the largest building in New Jersey. It boasts of Renaissance architecture which was designed formerly by Robert Smith and the other additions and renovations were made by Benjamin Latrobe and John Notman. The hall has classrooms, a chapel, a library, residential spaces and departments of different subjects too.
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- Buses 606 to stop- Nassau St at Witherspoon St
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Nassau Hall Reviews & Ratings
Beautiful and majestic building. This is the heart of Princeton. The oldest building on campus and at the time one of the largest in the country. Briefly served as the meeting place of Congress.
Beautiful place and too good for taking pictures.
NY-styled restaurant focused in spanish and european cuisine. Atmosphere was great, stylish drinks and food for limited price. A bit sluggish to serve but accomplished waiters nonetheless. Give it a try of you are around downtown Madrid
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Could not see the outer architecture as it was under renovation....campus around looks good