Wolfensohn Hall is located on the campus of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ. Home to the PSO's Chamber Series at the Institute for Advanced Study, the hall has been called "an instrument for sound," (US1). The curving side wall panels are made of wood to attain acoustical excellence.
Directions to Wolfensohn Hall By Car
Take the Alexander Road exit toward Princeton and continue North. Follow Alexander Road to the end, at stop sign turn left. At the 2nd traffic light (Lovers Lane / Olden Lane) turn left. The Institute for Advanced Study will be on the right-hand side, towards the end of Olden Lane.
Via Route 206
Route 206 becomes Route 27 (Nassau Street) at the junction of Stockton Street and Bayard Lane. When traveling North on Route 206, keep straight at this junction to continue onto Route 27. When traveling South on Route 206, take a left onto Route 27. Turn right onto Mercer Street. At the 2nd traffic light (Lovers Lane / Olden Lane) turn left. The Institute for Advanced Study will be on the right-hand side, towards the end of Olden Lane.
Parking for Wolfensohn Hall
We recommend utilizing the free parking in Parking Lot A.
To access Parking Lot A, continue on Olden Lane past Einstein Drive (the main drive-way of the Institute for Advanced Study) to the 4th available right-turn. After turning in, places to park can be found on your immediate right. From Parking Lot A take the pedestrian walkway and follow the signs to the PSO concert in Wolfensohn Hall (marked on the map with red dotted line). An elevator is located in Simonyi Hall (building 6 on the map) if you cannot take the stairs. Drop off zones and accessible parking are marked on the map with an accessibility symbol.