351 Franklin Street
East Windsor, NJ 08520
Phone: (609) 448-7399
Fax: (609) 448-4571
Perfect for birthday parties, fundraisers, team parties and more, BounceU of West Windsor features "amazing inflatable structures, unbeatable customer service and a clean, climate-controlled environment."
Nestled on a side street in the small town of Dayton, The Grape Escape provides an unmatched winery experience. Guests can choose from almost fifty different varietals of grape to create exquisite single origin or blended wines. Grape Escape sources all of their grapes from the world's most famous wine growing regions, featuring the taste and terroir of Napa Valley, Sonoma, Italy, Chile, and Argentina. After selecting grapes, customers then crush, bottle, and label their signature blend, providing a one of a kind souvenir that only gets better with age.
Popularly known as the Lakeview, the Buckelew Mansion is a historic home. Began as a single room home and now expanded and consisting of 23 rooms today, this mansion was built in order to accommodate the big family of the owner. There was a floor added later to this mansion. The beautiful garden was absolutely stunning in front of the garden.
Spread across 2500 acres and 3 counties of New Jersey, the Mercer County Park offers visitors a fleet of adventurous activities to choose from. Sports enthusiasts too can avail of tennis, ice-skating, mountain hiking, boating and fishing facilities. Check website for details.
The Princeton Presbyterian Church dates back to the mid-19th Century. It is an active church that conducts several activities and programs to children and adults, throughout the year. They serve the Lord's Supper on the first Sunday of every month.
The Village Inn is a historic structure that dates back to 1726. In the Battle of Monmouth, American Army headquarters were shifted to Englishtown and the Village Inn was built as headquarters to serve General Charles Lee who was leading the soldiers. It is at this place where the documents pertaining to court martial of General Lee owing to misconduct during the war were drawn. Later, the inn was transformed in to a resting place which served excellent food to the travellers. The Village Inn was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
This natural area is a great place to take a walk or observe birds and wildlife.
The Albert Einstein House was the place where the much celebrated scientist stayed till his death. Built in the later half of the 19th Century, the house is now a major tourist attraction.
This national historic landmark was the site of one of the fiercest battles in the American Revolutionary War and now offers a house museum and eighty acres of land that feature such opportunities as monuments, walking trails, bird watching, cross country skiing, and more.
This library offers an extensive collection of books, periodicals, reference materials, research materials, and special events and programs, such as literary readings by authors, children
The Trinity Church in Princeton is a lovely place to offer your prayers. Founded in 1833, the church is active and adheres to the Christian faith. It is a simple building, designed in the Greek Revival style.
This historic structure was the residence of Richard Stockton, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.