Does Princeton have a virtual tour?
Princeton University has launched an interactive virtual tour that allows visitors from around the world to explore the campus remotely. The virtual tour offers viewers an experience similar to visiting the University in person.
Is Princeton offering campus tours?
Tours & Information Sessions Our 23-stop, student-led virtual tour of the main campus is available in English, Korean, Mandarin and Spanish and includes 360-degree panorama photos and videos. Princeton can also be toured from different perspectives via the GuidiGO mobile app: “Firsts” at Princeton.
What is a virtual campus tour like?
From picturesque views of waterfalls along wooded trails to lively Wiffle ball games, virtual college tours offer a slice of campus life. Colleges are tapping into 360-degree video and virtual reality to welcome prospective students to campus from hundreds or even thousands of miles away.
Where can I walk around Princeton?
Social Distancing-Approved Hiking & Walking Trails
- Delaware and Raritan Canal.
- Princeton Institute Woods.
- Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve Trail.
- Woodfield Reservation.
- Lawrence Hopewell Trail.
Can you walk around Princeton University?
Enjoy a 2-mile walk around downtown Princeton and the University campus as you learn about historic sites in the area, including Bainbridge House, Nassau Hall, the University Chapel and Palmer Square.
Is Princeton open for tours 2021?
Campus Visits 2021 On-campus tours will resume in late September. Prospective students are welcome to visit campus and enjoy our outdoor facilities; however, per University policy, visitors will not have access to buildings on campus.
Can I walk around Princeton campus?
Princeton University’s campus is always open to families. Stroll through our gardens, view our outdoor sculpture collection, visit a Gothic courtyard, and say hello to the tigers guarding Nassau Hall.
How much does a virtual college tour cost?
The average cost for a School or University to receive a College Virtual Tour, School Photography, or Aerial Photography is roughly $2500 per service.
Where can I watch the sunset in Princeton?
You can get a great view of the sunset at the western end where the woods turn into cornfields. Walking along Lake Carnegie is especially nice heading north on the Towpath from Harrison Street. Pretty much completely flat.