Historic Jugtown Walking Tour (SOLD OUT)

Date(s) - June 8, 2024
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Hook and Ladder Company
27 N. Harrison Street

Joseph Hornor House, ca. 1760, 344 Nassau Street

Join historian Clifford Zink and architect Cathy Knight for a tour of Princeton’s third oldest neighborhood, the Jugtown Historic District. First called Queenston, the area started as a crossroads settlement around 1730. View the architectural evolution of the neighborhood, while enjoying some stories of people who lived and worked here. Locations will include the site of the potteries that gave Jugtown its name, the attempted women’s college in Princeton, and the quarries that supplied stone for the construction of many of Princeton’s buildings. 

Tour starts in front of the Hook and Ladder Co. firehouse, 27 N. Harrison Street. Copies of the new Jugtown/Queenston booklet will be available to purchase at the printing cost of $10.

The number of available tickets will be listed under “Spaces” below. If there is not a box visible, then there is only one ticket remaining. Questions?  E-mail: eve@princetonhistory.org


This event is fully booked.