Summer scenes on Princeton's campus
Princeton's campus is typically sparsely populated during the summer months, and even more so this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet the University's extraordinary architecture and works of art can continue to provide beauty for those near and far.
The main campus — made up of more than 200 buildings on 600 acres — features a range of architectural styles and a variety of landscapes. Watch the video below to see some of the most historic and recognizable spots, from the top of Nassau Hall's cupola to the bottom of the "Public Table" sculpture by Scott Burton.