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Berkshire Botanical Garden image
(Range: 6 miles)
A showcase of horticulture and garden design and a “museum of living things,” Berkshire Botanical Garden's 24 acres feature dozens of display areas that are educational, functional, and highly ornamental, with plant collections emphasizing plants that are native to the Northeast or that thrive in Zone 5b. Among the oldest in the region, the gardens have evolved and expanded over the years in breadth and variety, with its newest, "Lucy's Garden" featuring topiary animals and other 'live' sculptures, opened in June, 2019. (Curated content from www.berkshirebotanical.org)
Berkshire Theatre Festival image
(Range: 6 miles)
The Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, The Unicorn Theatre and The Fitzpatrick Main Stage in Stockbridge are part of the Berkshire Theatre Festival (Curated content from www.berkshiretheatregroup.org)
Chesterwood Estate & Museum image
(Range: 6 miles)
Chesterwood is the former summer home and studio of Daniel Chester French (1850-1931), sculptor of the Minute Man and Lincoln Memorial Abraham Lincoln statues and a leading artist of his era. The site, located in idyllic Stockbridge, Massachusetts, includes: French’s home and studio; museum collections of objects owned or created by him; an archive of historic documents and photographs (The Chesterwood Archives are located at the Chapin Library at Williams College); outbuildings; and 122 acres of designed and wooded landscape. (Curated content from www.chesterwood.org)
Norman Rockwell Museum image
(Range: 6 miles)
Norman Rockwell Museum presents the world’s largest collection of original Norman Rockwell art as the best of American illustration. (Curated content from www.nrm.org)
Ski Butternut image
(Range: 6 miles)
Butternut is a great family ski resort in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts for skiing, snowboarding, instruction and fun family activities like tubing. Ski Butternut is the number one place for families to ski, snowboard and tube. Close to NYC and the New England region.  (Curated content from skibutternut.com)
Berkshire Scenic Railway image
(Range: 11 miles)
Named by Yankee Magazine as one of the “Top 10 foliage train rides in New England” (2017), the Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum's mission is to preserve the history of railroading in the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts. (Curated content from www.berkshiretrains.org)
Bidwell House Museum image
(Range: 12 miles)
The Bidwell House Museum is a New England heritage site providing a personal encounter with history, early American home life, and the Berkshire landscape through its land, house, and collection. (Curated content from www.bidwellhousemuseum.org)
Bousquet Ski Area image
(Range: 14 miles)
Bousquet Mountain is a long-treasured wintertime gem in the Berkshires, and everyone working towards its enhancement aims to keep it just that way. Local devotion to Bousquet is a special thing, and we want your experience this winter to feel both familiar, and fresh. We can’t wait to welcome you back home to Bousquet, where we can continue our ski traditions and build new experiences together as a growing Bousquet community. (Curated content from bousquetmountain.com)
Berkshire County Historical Society image
(Range: 15 miles)
Home of Herman Melville from 1850-1863. Dedicated to preserving the history of Berkshire County and the Arrowhead farm. (Curated content from berkshirehistory.org)
Berkshire Museum image
(Range: 16 miles)
An estimated 35,000-40,000 objects comprise the Berkshire Museum’s permanent collection. Designed to bring knowledge of the arts, history, and natural science to a rural population, a large portion of the collection was initially purchased by Zenas Crane, the founder of the Museum, in the early 1900s as a “window on the world” for Berkshire County residents. (Curated content from berkshiremuseum.org)
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