In Princeton, you can shop in malls or you can enjoy the beautiful urban landscape and do your shopping strolling along the streets of downtown or at one of Princeton traditional neighborhoods or nearby towns.

Malls? Palmer Square Shops: Highscale shopping; great calendar of events such as special sales, music concerts, dance performances, movie screenings, and drawings; all in the perfect setting for shopping and dining aound Tom Green and historical Nassau Inn.

Princeton Shopping Center, popular shopping center, boasting a Californian design that contrasts with the urban landscape, it houses the big chains stores and a myriad of boutuque stores. Sitat one of the cafes sch as Main Street Euro-American Bistro & bar or Camillos' Cafe and just enjoy life.

And don't forget the Museum Store at the Princeton University Art Museum, on the beautiful Princeton campus, featuring one-of-a kind objects at all price points, many from local and regional artisans.

Shoppping in neighborhoods? Try Downtown Historic Cranbury, a 8 miles drive will take two centuries back. Other shopping areas bearing each a unique flavor include Downtown Lawrenceville (the village is gorgeous, Summer being a great season to enjoy concerts with the locals in the park), Hightstown, Pennington, and Rocky Hil.