Team Building Activities in Princeton, NJ
Princeton is rich with history, dating back to the founding of the United States. Washington’s defeat of the British at Princeton in January 1777, just days after his surprise crossing of the Delaware and victory in Trenton, was a turning point in the Revolutionary War.
Two signers of the Declaration of Independence, John Witherspoon and Richard Stockton, both had ties to Princeton University which hosted meetings of the Continental Congress in the spring and fall of 1783. That impact on our nation has continued to the present day. The list of Presidents, statesmen, scientists, athletes, authors, Supreme Court justices, generals, actors, and astronauts with Princeton connections is extensive.
The ScavengerQuest team building event allows your group to explore Princeton while discovering its plentiful history
After a start in Palmer Square, smart phones lead teams from the bike shop frequented by Albert Einstein, to historic churches, to a stage shared by Jimmy Stewart and Brooke Shields, and to Nassau Hall, the original Princeton University building. Although history predominates, there’s also plenty of room for whimsy. Several of the clues your team needs to find are sure to bring a smile to their faces – though you might not recognize them reflected in the funhouse mirror they’ve just discovered.
To wrap things up, have your group gather at Triumph Brewery or the Witherspoon Grill for your team activity debrief and some well deserved beverages and perhaps something to eat as well. If your plans involve indoor activities such as Intergalactic Adventure or Wheels for the World bike build for kids, consider utilizing meeting space at the Nassau Inn.