Nearby Attractions

Barrington Stage Company

Award-winning theater in downtown Pittsfield

Becket Arts Center

A hub of artistic creativity, the Becket Arts Center represents a community connected through the arts.

Berkshire Artisans Community Art Center

Located in an historic building in the heart of Pittsfield, a block off the main street of town, the center is home to a gallery, performance space and workshops.
 

Berkshire Bach Society

Explore the vast body of music by Baroque music genius, Johann Sebastian Bach and his contemporaries. 

Berkshire Botanical Garden

Information, education and inspiration concerning the art and science of gardening and the preservation of our local environment.

Berkshire County Historical Society

Located in Pittsfield, The Historical Society has preserved Herman Melville's Arrowhead which is a National Historic Landmark. The Society is committed to preserving the history of Berkshire County and Arrowhead, the home of Herman Melville.

Berkshire Museum

Located in downtown Pittsfield, the museum integrates art, history and natural science in a wide range of programs and exhibitions that inspire educational connections between the disciplines.

Berkshire Natural Resources Council (BNRC)

Wonderful trails and maps.

Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum

Named by Yankee Magazine as one of the Top 10 Foliage train rides in New England, the museum's mission is to preserve the history of railroading in the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts.

Berkshire Theater Group

The Groups mission is to support wide ranging artistic exploration and acclaimed performances in theater, dance, music and entertainment.

Bidwell House Museum

An authentic Colonial home in Monterey. The home is an elegant Georgian saltbox originally built in 1760 as a parsonage. It has been authentically restored and filled with antiques and surrounded by 192 acres of beautiful grounds, gardens and hiking trails.

Chester Theatre Company

Committed to presenting intelligent, contemporary, language-rich, thought-provoking plays produced by world class theatre professionals. 

Chesterwood

Home of Daniel Chester French in Stockbridge

Clark Art Museum

The Clark Art Instiitute was founded as a permanent home for the private art collection of Sterling and Francine Clark. Sterling Clark was an heir to the Singer sewing machine fortune. The grounds alone are worth the trip to Williamstown.

Guthrie Center

Founded by Arlo Guthrie to offer interfaith services and spiritual exchange.

Hancock Shaker Village

Hancock Shaker Village brings the Shaker story to life and preserves it for future generations. Go back in time, forward in thought. 

Jacob's Pillow Dance

"Thousands of people, of all ages, from across the United States and the world, have Jacob's Pillow to thank for opening their horizons to dance."
                                                          -President Barack Obama
Jacob's Pillow was awarded with the 2010 National Medal of Arts 
 

MASS MoCA

MASS MoCA is one of the world's liveliest centers for making and enjoying today's most evocative art. With vast galleries and a stunning collection of indoor and outdoor performing arts venues, MASS MoCA embraces all forms of art. 
The reuse of the old factory buildings is worth the trip to North Adams. 

Norman Rockwell Museum

Norman Rockwell Museum presents, preserves and studies the art of illustration and is a world resource for reflection, involvement and discovery inspired by Norman Rockwell and the power of visual images to shape and reflect society.

Pleasant Valley Audubon

Mass Audubon's Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is a 1,142 acre wildlife sanctuary located in Lenox. There are 7 miles of trails and a large pond on Yokun Brook.  One trail hikes to the summit of Lenox Mountain at 2,126 feet.

Robbins-Zust Marionettes

The Robbins-Zust Marionettes have been delighting audiences since their opening on Shakespeare’s birthday in 1971. They have performed their classic tales with their hand-crafted puppets and live music for thousands of children of all ages from the Dorset Playhouse in Vermont to the Grammercy Arts Theatre, the West Side Y and the City Museum in New York, from the Boston Children’s Museum to the Woodstock Playhouse, Sharon Playhouse, the Berkshire Theatre Festival and hundreds of fairs, schools, resorts, inns, libraries, homes, birthday parties, cabarets, stores malls, temples and churches and in between.

Sandisfield Art Center

The historic Sandisfield Arts Center is home to a vibrant selection of performances, exhibits and workshops.

State Parks

The Massachusetts state parks system features locations for all kinds of outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you're looking to camp under the stars, hike a mountain, or fish for trout, there's something for you. Here, you can learn about our beaches, wooded parks, reservations, reservoirs, and more.

Town Players of Pittsfield

The Town Players of Pittsfield is the oldest theater in the Berkshires and one of the oldest community theaters in the United States.

Triplex Movie Theater

Current movies 30 minutes away in Great Barrington

Trustees of Reservations AKA The Trustees

Information about Massachusetts' natural scenic and historic sites for public use and enjoyment.

Tanglewood Music Center

Boston Symphony Orchestra venue in Lenox

Tyringham Gingerbread House

Called Santarella, the gingerbread house is a unique and beautiful setting for events.

Wiliamstown Theater Festival

Top drawer theater in Williamstown
Since 1955, Williamstown Theatre Festival has brought America’s finest actors, directors, designers, and playwrights to the Berkshires, engaging a loyal audience of both residents and summer visitors.