Attractions

We find that many of our customers are surprised at how many attractions are available year round. If you have any doubts or would like to confirm an event or attractions is available, please call us. We are always available to answer any questions that you may have.


    Aspinwall Adult Equestrian Center
      Berkshire Horseback Adventures
      293 Main Street, Route 7A
      Lenox, MA 01240
      413 637 9090
      gohorseback@aol.com
      www.berkshirehorseback.net
      Travel along the beautiful shaded trails of Kennedy Park and Lenox Mountain. Enjoy breathtaking views of Berkshire County. On a clear day you can see the Catskill Mountains of New York and the Green Mountains of Vermont. All this while mounted on a well trained horse guided by a professional horseman


    Barrington Stage Company
      30 Union Street
      Pittsfield, MA 01201
      Box Office: 413-236-8888
      Fax: 413-499-5447
      info@barringtonstageco.org
      www.barringtonstageco.org
      Award-winning theatre presenting musicals, comedies, dramas and new works on four stages. Artistic Director: Julianne Boyd. Producing Director: Richard M. Parison, Jr. Affordable Ticket Specials; Youth & Senior Discounts; A/C.


    Berkshire Museum
      39 South Street
      Pittsfield, MA 01201
      (413) 443-7171
      info@berkshiremuseum.org
      www.berkshiremuseum.org
      The area's only art, history and science museum  Programs and exhibits for adults and children  Aquarium  Dinosaur Gallery  Art Collection  Summer cinema series


    Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum
      Willow Creek Road - P.O. Box 2195
      Lenox, MA 01240-5195
      (413) 637-2210
      pieter.lips@berkshirescenicrailroad.org
      www.berkshirescenicrailroad.org
      A non-profit museum celebrating railroading in the Berkshires since 1984. At restored Lenox Station, 2-1/2 hour diesel hauled train ride from Lenox to Stockbridge. Model trains, gift shop, new permanent photographic exhibit of historic Berkshire cottages. Open weekend and holidays from June - October. Lenox N7


    Berkshire Sightseeing & BackRoad Tour Co.

    Berkshire Theatre Festival
      Main Street, Collins House
      Stockbridge, MA 01262
      (413) 298-5576 (Box Office) (413) 298-5536 (Administration)
      info@berkshiretheatre.org
      www.berkshiretheatre.org
      Celebrating 81 summers in Stockbridge presenting Broadway performers in New York quality productions. Check website for schedule & info on summer acting camps.


    Bousquet Ski Area
      Dan Fox Drive
      Pittsfield, MA 01201
      (413) 442-8316
      www.bousquets.com
      Skiing and Snowboarding  Day & Night Skiing  Snow tubing  Equipment Rentals  New Adventure Park & Zip Line  Waterslide  Go-karts  Mini-Golf  Disc Golf and more!


    Chesterwood
      4 Williamsville Road
      Stockbridge, MA 01262
      (413) 298-3579
      chesterwood@nthp.org
      www.chesterwood.org
      Chesterwood is the home, studio and gardens of Daniel Chester French, acclaimed sculptor of public monuments, including Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial. Be inspired by the art and nature of this special place. 10-5 daily, May 1 ? October 31.


    Cranwell Resort Presents the Capitol Steps
      Route 20,55 Lee Road
      Lenox, MA 01240
      413.881.1636 or 800.272.6935 ext605
      Fax: 413.637.4364
      capsteps@cranwell.com
      www.cranwell.com
      A hilarious evening of political satire and song parodies with the nationally acclaimed Capitol Steps. "They're the best". Larry King CNN.


    Frelinghuysen Morris House and Studio
      92 Hawthorne Street
      Lenox, MA 01240
      (413) 637-0166
      info@frelinghuysen.org
      www.frelinghuysen.org
      Hourly guided tours of American Cubists' home and art collection on a 46-acre estate next to Tanglewood, Open June 24th-Columbus Day  Summer hours: Thu-Sun, 10-4  Last tour 3 p.m.  Call for fall hours.


    Furnace Brook Winery at Hilltop Orchards
      Rt 295/508 Canaan Rd
      Richmond, MA 01254
      413-698-3301 or 800-833-6274
      mashman@berkshire.rr.com
      www.furnacebrookwinery.com
      Award winning farm winery ? the Berkshire?s First! Visit for a free wine tasting and to shop the Farm Winery Store for fresh baked goods and homemade preserves. Apple picking and hayrides in season Wed.-Sun. 11am-5pm. Open remainder of year Thurs.-Sun. 11am-5pm.


    Hancock Shaker Village
      Route 20
      Pittsfield, MA 01201
      (413) 443-0188 - (800) 817-1137
      info@hancockshakervillage.org
      www.hancockshakervillage.org
      200-year-old Shaker site with 20 historic buildings working farm, herb and heirloom vegetable gardens - Crafts demonstrations and hands-on activities - Exhibition Galleries - Daily talks on Shaker life, worship, agriculture and technology. Kids admitted free.


    Hilltop Adventures at Hilltop Orchards
      Rt 295/508 Canaan Rd
      Richmond, MA 01254
      413-281-2028
      www.hilltoporchards.com
      Cross country ski or snowshoe on groomed trails throughout the orchard and on pristine back country trials. Enjoy 20-mile southern views of the Berkshire Hills; relax in the Barrel Room by the fireplace with hot cider or cocoa; indulge in fresh baked goods from the Farm Winery Store plus free wine tasting. Snowshoe rentals available. Lessons by appointment. Open Fri-Sun 9am-5pm. Visit web site for more details.


    Jacob's Pillow Dance- Festival, School, Archives and Community Programs

      358 George Carter Road
      Becket, MA 01223
      (413) 243-9919 (Administration) - (413) 243-0745 (Box Office)
      info@jacobspillow.org
      www.jacobspillow.org
      Jacob's Pillow, lauded worldwide as a "hub and mecca of dancing" (TIME Magazine) and "one of America's most precious cultural assets" (dance legend Mikhail Baryshnikov), is a National Historic Landmark, home to America's longest running international dance festival, and was recently honored with a prestigious National Medal of Arts by President Obama. Each year thousands of people from across the U.S. and around the globe visit the Berkshires to experience the Festival with more than 50 national and international dance companies and 300 free and ticketed performances, talks, tours, exhibits, and events; train at The School at Jacob's Pillow, one of the most prestigious professional dance training centers in the U.S.; explore the Pillow's rare and extensive dance Archives; and take part in numerous Community Programs designed to educate and engage dance audiences of all ages. The 2012 Festival will run June 20 through August 26 and marks the Pillow?s 80th anniversary season of presenting world-renowned dance.


    Kennedy Park
      Lenox, MA 01240
      Town-owned and maintained hardwood forest with old carriage roads and nearly 15 miles of groomed trails - Ideal for hiking, picnics and cross-country skiing - For more information, Arcadian Shop, 637-3010.


    Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health
      57 Interlocken Road
      Stockbridge, MA 01262
      413 448 3400 / 800 741 7355
      www.kripalu.org
      Experiential workshops, Rest and Relaxation retreats and professional training with yoga classes, healing arts services, natural foods and more. Kripalu is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to exploring the yoga life.


    Lenox Academy Building
      65 Main Street
      Lenox, MA 01240
      637-1824
      Lenox Historical Society Headquarters, built in 1803, located at the Museum of Lenox History - Summer hours: Fri & Sat 11-3.


    Lenox Library
      18 Main Street
      Lenox, MA 01240
      (413) 637-0197
      http://lenoxlib.org/
      Architecturally splendid building with unusually fine collection - Children's programs - Winter: Tuesday 10-8, Wednesday - Saturday 10-5 Summer: Tuesday - Saturday 10-5


    Lilac Park
      Main Street
      Lenox, MA 01240
      Town picnic and rest area - Recently restored by the Lenox Garden Club to its original collection of named varieties of lilacs


    MASS MoCA
      (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art)
      87 Marshall Street
      North Adams, MA 01247
      (413) 664-4481
      info@massmoca.org
      www.massmoca.org
      Housed on a beautifully restored 19th Century factory campus, MASS MoCA is the largest center for contemporary art in the country, exhibiting some of the most evocative and provocative visual and performing art being made today. Open year round.


    Mount Estate and Gardens of Edith Wharton
      2 Plunkett Street
      Lenox, MA 01240
      (413) 551 5100
      admin@edithwharton.org
      www.edithwharton.org
      Elegant 1902 mansion and magnificent formal gardens designed by Edith Wharton, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and authority on architecture, interior design and gardens. Final season of Designers Salute The Mount featuring main rooms by leading international designers. Summer lecture series. Terrace Cafe Shop. Hours: Open daily May thru October 10-4 Open Friday-Sunday Nov 1 thru Dec 21 10-4


    National Shrine of The Divine Mercy
      Eden Hill
      Stockbridge, MA 01262
      (413) 298-3931
      shrine@marian.org
      www.marian.org/shrine
      Join us for daily Rosary 1:30 p.m.,Mass 2 p.m.and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy and Novena 3 p.m. Visit our candle shrine, walk the grounds and visit our gift shop


    Naumkeag House & Gardens
      7 Prospect Hill Rd
      Stockbridge, MA 01262
      413.298.3239, ext. 3013
      naumkeag@ttor.org
      www.thetrustees.org
      Open May 28 ? October 10, 2011. 10:00 am ? 5:00 pm daily. Experience Gilded-Age style and splendor at this historic estate. Offering guided house tours and self-guided gardens tours. Admission: $15; children free.


    Norman Rockwell Museum
      Route 183
      Stockbridge, MA 01262
      (413) 298-4100
      inforequest@nrm.com
      www.nrm.org
      Set in the artist's hometown, the Museum holds the world's largest and most significant collection of original Rockwell art. The facility also has Rockwell's Stockbridge studio (open May-October). Exhibits of the works of other contemporary and past masters are also featured. Check their website for current exhibits and programs. Open daily. Kids free.


    Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

    Shakespeare & Company
      70 Kemble Street
      Lenox, MA 01240
      (413) 637-3353
      Fax: (413) 637-4274
      boxoffice@shakespeare.org
      www.shakespeare.org
      Picnic on the grounds, stroll the forest trails, catch free outdoor family performances at Bankside and experience 8 plays on 3 indoor and outdoor stages. Performing morning, noon and night June 18 ? October 24 in Lenox.


    Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
      225 South Street
      Williamstown, MA 01267
      (413) 458-2303
      info@clarkart.edu
      www.clarkart.edu
      The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute is an art museum and an international center for research and higher education, welcoming visitors year round to experience its outstanding collections, including French Impressionist, American and Old Master paintings, in the lovely setting of its 130-acre campus in the Berkshire Hills.


    Tanglewood
      297 West Street
      Lenox, MA 01240
      (413) 637-1600 - (617) 266-1494 - Symphony Charge: (888) 266-1200
      www.tanglewood.org
      Tanglewood is the idyllic summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Tanglewood Music Center featuring, symphonic, chamber, popular artist and jazz performances weekdays and weekends throughout the season - 2010 Season: June 26 through September 5


    Ventfort Hall, Mansion and Gilded Age Museum
      104 Walker Street
      Lenox, MA 01240-2424
      (413) 637-3206
      info@gildedage.org
      www.gildedage.org
      Tours, exhibits, lectures, performances, kids programs, Victorian Teas,?Picnics on the Porch,? Museum Shop and more! This magnificent Berkshires ?Cottage? has undergone substantial restoration (ongoing). Built in 1893 by Sarah Morgan, sister of J.P. Morgan, its fascinating history dates back to Civil War hero Col. Robert Gould Shaw, who led the first Black regiment in the North (subject of the film Glory). Familiar to many as the exterior set for The Cider House Rules. Home of Les Petites Dames de Mode. Open daily year-round and available for private rentals.


    Williamstown Theatre Festival
      100 Main St. (Route 2)
      Williamstown, MA 01267
      413.458.3200 Box Office 413.597.3400
      wtfinfo@wtfestival.org
      www.WTFestival.org
      A summer-long celebration of theatre that brings together a vast & impressive array of artists & offers audiences a varied cultural experience.


     

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