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The 48 Bell-Carillon is one spectacular attraction with forty eight bronze bells which ring harmoniously in the beautiful landscape of the city.
McNutt House is a historical house which was once the home of the Princeton Mercer County Chamber of Commerce and is the oldest structure that is present from the civil war. Vietnam memorial is another historical monument in the city.
There are a number of museums in the city including the War Museum which displays exhibits from the civil war to the Vietnam War, the Wiley Cabin and Museum which has a library, an art and craft shop and 3 exhibition rooms which were built by John Robert Wiley and The Princeton Railroad Museum which gives information about the railways and displays artifacts connecting to the Virginian railroad.
The City of Princeton Parks & Recreation is a huge 35 acre park which encompasses an Olympic style swimming pool, waterslides, exercise trails and picnic facilities.
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