Christmas tree tour in Princeton

Don't let this holiday season pass by without a visit to Princeton to view a collection of specially decorated Christmas trees. And these trees aren't in just any old house; they are lighting up the halls of Drumthwacket, the Governor's mansion. The trees have been decorated by garden clubs across the state: Bayberry of Brielle, Bridgewater, Essex Fells, Hunterdon Hills, Mount Laurel, New Providence, New Vernon, Spring Lake, Trowel Club of New Brunswick and Westfield.

There is only one date left open: Dec 17th. So act now and make reservations online. It's from 11 am-2pm so there is plenty of time to get a late snack on Nassau St or do some holiday shopping on Palmer Square. If it isn't too cold, grab a scoop of homemade (with local ingredients) ice cream at The Bent Spoon.

If you don't make it to Drumthwacket, make a date to visit Morven Museum's Festival of Trees which is running into January. To view some of last year's trees, click here.

Some other Festivals of Trees happening across the state are listed below:

Please leave a comment below if you know of other events happening in your area and would like to share.

1 comment:

Julia @ Hooked on Houses said...

I love stuff like this! Sounds like fun to me. :-)

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