Orange Key Guide Service


Prospect Garden (Photo by Jacob Bregman '06)
Prospect Gardens

Our last stop on the tour is Prospect House, which for 90 years served as the home of the University president. The gardens behind the building were designed by Ellen Wilson, who lived there with her husband, Woodrow Wilson 1879, while he was the University president. Since 1968, the president has lived off campus and now Prospect House serves as a faculty and staff dining facility.

Nearby is McCosh Infirmary, home of University Health Services, which provides comprehensive health services to members of the University community.

We'd like to thank you for your interest in Princeton and we hope you have enjoyed your Orange Key virtual tour. Now, please consider coming by for the real thing! Tours are offered year-round. Weekday tours leave from Clio Hall, and weekend tours leave from the Frist Campus Center.

Prospect House, front (Photo by Jacob Bregman '06)
Prospect House

McCosh Infirmary (Photo by Jacob Bregman '06)
McCosh Infirmary


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Tour Map, Stop 15