When vising the campus, it would be a sin not to stop by the Princeton University Art Museum. Directly adjacent to McCormick Hall, not only does this building contain one of the most impressive university art collections in the world, but there’s no cost of admission. That means you don’t have to feel any pressure to take in too many of the 80,000 works, from Byzantine jewelry to Dürer prints, in a single visit. Closed Mondays.

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