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For more information about the Arts & Transit Project, visit www.princeton.edu/artsandtransit. Here you will find a project overview, timeline for construction, and frequently asked questions. You can also sign up to receive updates directly from Princeton University on the construction.



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Find music from Classical Music CDs to Jazz Records, or sell your Classical CDs etc. at Princeton Record Exchange.

We encourage you to stay informed by visiting this page frequently before you attend a McCarter event. We will send out email alerts and construction updates throughout the season. Our performance reminders will also include the most current information on traffic patterns, road closures, and “what you need to know” for the upcoming season at McCarter. Not on our email list? You can join here!


GENERAL PARKING

We recommend utilizing the free and convenient parking at Princeton University’s West Garage.  To access the garage, take Alexander Street to North Station Drive; the garage entrance will be on your right after you pass the train station.  The West Garage is free and open to the public on weekends and after 5 pm on weekdays. In addition, McCarter patrons may park in the Princeton Station Commuter Lot: commuter permit spaces are free for public parking on weekends and after 5 pm on weekdays, and metered spaces are readily available every day.

From the West Garage or the Princeton Station, a brief 5-minute walk through the buildings and park-like atmosphere of the new Lewis Center for the Arts will bring you past the two new restaurants and right to McCarter.  We’ve highlighted an easy route with no stairs.

Please note that with the opening of the pathways through the new Lewis Center for the Arts, the shuttle that ran between the train station and the theater during construction is no longer operating.

As always, limited metered parking spaces may also be available on the streets surrounding McCarter; please check posted signs for meter hours and rates.

ALERT!
Please be advised that there is a section on Rt. 206 that is closed due to rehabilitation of Stony Brook Bridges between Lovers Lane and Carter Road in Princeton.
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Directions

From New York City (or NJ Turnpike southbound)
Take the NJ Turnpike south to Exit 9. Use a right-hand tollbooth. Take a sharp right after tollbooth (to"New Brunswick, Route 18"). Get onto Route 18; after a few seconds, follow the road as it bears left, then immediately get into the right- hand lane as the road curves to the right. Exit to the right where the sign says "U.S. 1 South to Trenton." After about 18 miles on U.S. Route 1 south, follow directions from Route 1 below. 



From NJ Turnpike Northbound
Take Exit 8 at Hightstown. Proceed into Hightstown to T in road; turn left in front of the big fire station. At the next light turn right onto Stockton (Route 571/Princeton Hightstown Road). Stay on 571 West for about 8 miles until reaching a major highway, Route 1. Get on Route 1 South by going left around traffic circle. Proceed to take first exit off of Route 1 South onto Alexander Road. Make a right onto Alexander, (heading West, towards Princeton). After three traffic lights you will come to a roundabout. Exit toward the right onto University Place and McCarter is on the left.


From Route 1
Take Alexander Road exit and head West, towards Princeton. (Traveling South on Route 1, turn right onto Alexander, traveling North, exit on the right and make a left at the light at the end of the off ramp.) After three traffic lights you will come to a roundabout. Exit toward the right onto University Place and McCarter is on the left.


From Route 27 (Nassau Street)
Going south into Princeton proper, the first light is Washington Road, the second light is Witherspoon, and the third light is University Place. Make a left on University Place. McCarter is about three blocks down on the right.


From Route 206
Go to the intersection of 206 and Route 27 (Nassau Street) and turn onto it. (Traveling southbound on 206 turn left, going north bear right.) Take an immediate right at the next light onto University Place. McCarter is about three blocks down on the right.


From PA
Take I-95 North. Get off at Exit 7B/Route 206 North to Nassau Street, Princeton. Follow the directions above for 206.


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91 University Place
Princeton, NJ 08544
(actual zip is 08540)

McCarter Theatre is Just a Short Drive Away!
Bucks County, PA - 15 miles
New Brunswick, NJ - 18 miles
New York City - 49 miles
Philadelphia, PA - 35 miles
NJ Shore Points - 35 miles
Trenton, NJ - 10 miles
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NJ Transit
New Jersey Transit via the Northeast Corridor Line to Princeton Junction (New York train departs from Penn Station), then transfer to the “DINKY” shuttle to Princeton Station, a four minute ride. (Tickets should be purchased to PRINCETON). Follow the walking path from the Princeton train station to McCarter. See maps for detail on walking paths and shuttle.

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New Jersey State Council on the Arts
This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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