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Convention and Visitors Bureau

The Princeton-Mercer Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau (PMRCVB) is the official destination marketing organization of the Princeton-Mercer Region. The goal of the PMRCVB is to drive tourism, increase economic growth and bring visibility to the region.  We accomplish our mission by collaborating with our partners to comprehensively market the region as the foremost destination for hotels, restaurants, entertainment, shopping, cultural and historic attractions for business and leisure travel, meetings, conferences and events.

The Princeton-Mercer Region has a rich history and international name recognition.  The region is comprised of 18 municipalities that create a mini-metropolis, centrally located near New York and Philadelphia. The region encompasses the following municipalities: Cranbury, East Windsor, Ewing, Hamilton, Hightstown, Borough of Hopewell, Hopewell Township, Village of Kingston (part of Franklin Township), Lawrence, Montgomery, Pennington, Plainsboro, Princeton, Robbinsville, Rocky Hill, Trenton and West Windsor.

Each municipality has a distinctive charm offering an array of parks, hotels, eco-tourism attractions, signature golf courses, refreshing locally crafted wine, spirits and beer, retail, sports venues, and preserved farmland to delight visitors to the region.

To learn more about the Princeton-Mercer Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau, visit us at or contact Hal English.

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