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    Getting Here and Getting Around
 THE PRINCETON MERCER REGION IS STRATEGICALLY LOCATED BETWEEN TWO MAJOR METROPOLITAN AREAS — New York and Philadelphia — and
is easily accessible by car, train, bus
or airplane. The region is also home
to world-class hotels and conference centers, museums, historic sites, music and food festivals, and first-rate sports arenas.
By Air:
Local Airports
>Trenton-Mercer Regional Airport, Ewing, NJ - Airport Code: TTN
>Princeton Airport, Princeton, NJ - Airport Code: 39N
International Airports
>Newark Liberty International Airport (39 miles/ Drive Time: 55 minutes) - Airport Code: EWR
>Philadelphia International Airport (52 miles/ Drive Time: 55 minutes) - Airport Code: PHL
>Atlantic City International Airport (99 miles/ Drive Time: 1 hour and 40 minutes) - Airport Code: ACY
By Train:
The region offers three main train stations: Hamilton Station, Princeton Junction Station and Trenton Train Station.
>Princeton Junction Station offers an easy connection from Newark Airport or NYC (via the Northeast Corridor Line) directly to downtown Princeton. Catch the “Dinky” from the station
to arrive just 3 blocks away from downtown Princeton.
>Hamilton Train Station also falls along the Northeast Corridor Line and allows easy access to the Princeton suburbs. It is the closest train station to Grounds for Sculpture.
>Trenton Station easily connects Philadelphia to the Mercer County region via SEPTA or Amtrak lines.
By Car:
Interstate 95 runs through the county, connecting the shore points and
the Garden State Parkway with the NJ Turnpike, Eastern Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and points north and south.
By Bus:
NJ TRANSIT provides bus service from downtown Princeton to New York City. Local bus service is available throughout the county as well.
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