Albert Einstein was born on Pi Day? Yep, and we host the most irrational party on earth! We'll be celebrating the number Pi AND Albert Einstein's birthday with a weekend full of fun in downtown Princeton!
WHEN: MARCH 11th thru March 14th!
WHERE: downtown Princeton
Register your kids for our Einstein Look Alike Contest, OR our Pi Recitation Contest (each winner will get a check for $314.15 - the first few digits of Pi!)
- Participate in our Pie Eating, Pie Throwing, or Pie Tasting competitions
- Decorate a winning cupcake or Pizza Pi! (each winner gets a free cupcake or pizza every month!)
- March in our Pi-Rade around Palmer Square, or attend Albert Einstein's Surprise Birthday Party or ride the famous Dinky with Einstein!
Catch live musical and theatrical professional performances, enjoy specials from Princeton merchants, participate in Einstein-themed activities, or take the free walking tour of his neighborhood... the weekend is PACKED with family fun!
NEW PI DAY PRINCETON INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY & HOTEL VIP PACKAGES!
Guaranteed VIP Seating at free events; Judge for Einstein Look A Like & Best Apple Pie Contest; One Complimentary Pie Throw and guaranteed participation in Pie Eating Contest, plus, personalized text messages throughout the event!
Many thanks to our event sponsors and partners for hosting such an endless number of darling events!
Nassau Inn, Princeton Tour Company, The Peacock Inn, Princeton University Concerts, Laudau's, Morven Museum & Garden, Princeton Pi, McCaffrey's, House of Cupcakes, Yankee Doodle Tap Room,Palmer Square, Princeton Symphony Orchestra, Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton Garden Theater, Princeton Public Library and Historical Society of Princeton
Special thanks to the Director of "Goblin Girl"; Performances by Jack Fry and Tom Blomquist; World Champions Marc Umile and Robert Zorn and Bill Agress, the official Pi Day Princeton Albert Einstein re-enactor!