Battle of Princeton Walk and Talk
Learn about the January 3, 1777 Battle of Princeton with a minute-by-minute guided tour of the Princeton Battlefield & the Thomas Clarke House
Tours are from 1pm to 2pm. See Tour dates for details.
You, your family and friends are invited to a minute-by-minute tour of the Princeton Battlefield guided by an Historical Interpreter to learn more about the critical battle that occurred here on January 3rd, 1777. The Battle of Princeton ended the campaigns of the Ten Crucial Days that began with Washington's crossing of the Delaware River on December 25th, 1776. Experience the Battle of Princeton in New Jersey, the Crossroads of the American Revolution!
We ask for a $7 donation per adult, $2 per child (13 years or under); $2 for veterans or active military. When you become a member, you will receive a voucher for a free tour. To receive your free tour, type "VOUCHER" under the "Promo Code" in the registration form.
If you are not able to make one of these dates, or you would like to arrange for a tour on another date, please email Tour Coordinator, Roger Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 609-232-8540 Thank you for helping to bring the Princeton Battlefield State Park to life! For more information, send an email to info email@example.com.
Mission of the Princeton Battlefield Society
- To acquire, protect, preserve, and restore the lands and cultural landscape related to the Battle of Princeton of 1777;
- To enlarge and improve the Princeton Battlefield State Park;
- To educate the public about the Battle of Princeton, the Ten Crucial Days, and the American Revolution.
The tour brochure provided to guests is underwritten in part by a New Jersey Historic Trust Grant from the Discover New Jersey History License Plate Fund for Heritage Tourism. The Princeton Battlefield Society (PBS1777.org) is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, and the only Officially Recognized Friends Organization (ORFO) of Princeton Battlefield State Park.
"On a recent trip to New Jersey, Sue and I took a ride around Princeton and we found ourselves at the Princeton Battlefield Site. I’m embarrassed to admit that even though I grew up in this area, I didn’t know much about this place. It is amazing. It’s the place where the tide of the Revolutionary War turned. Will Krakower (a young historian and Rutgers grad) led us on an impressive tour."
~ Joe Bark, Motorcycle Adventure Ride.