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Richmond, Massachusetts
Bousquet Ski Area

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Located in Pittsfield, MA (5 miles from Richmond)

Bousquet's alpine fun season starts in November and runs until the New England snow season ends - usually in late March or early April.

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Downhill Skiing
Berkshire Botanical Garden

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Located in Stockbridge, MA (6 miles from Richmond)

Nestled in the scenic Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts, the Berkshire Botanical Garden (BBG) offers visitors a peaceful refuge of natural beauty, stunning display gardens, exciting community events, and informative classes for all ages and levels of skill and knowledge.

(This excerpt provided by Berkshire Botanical Garden representatives)

Gardens
Berkshire Scenic Railway

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Located in Lenox, MA (6 miles from Richmond)

The Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum's primary mission is to foster interest in the history of railroading in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts through the provision of safe, educational, and entertaining tourist train rides between Lenox and Stockbridge.

(This excerpt provided by Berkshire Scenic Railway representatives)

Railroad
Berkshire Theatre Festival

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Located in Stockbridge, MA (6 miles from Richmond)

Berkshire Theatre Festival's mission is to sustain, promote, and produce theatre for its community through performance and educational activities.

(This excerpt provided by Berkshire Theatre Festival representatives)

Theatre Performing Arts
Arrowhead

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Located in Pittsfield, MA (6 miles from Richmond)

It was at Arrowhead that Melville wrote his most famous work, Moby-Dick, along with three other novels, Pierre, The Confidence-Man, and Israel Potter, a collection of short stories entitled The Piazza Tales, all of his magazine stories, and some of his poetry.

(This excerpt provided by Arrowhead representatives)

Historic
Chesterwood Estate & Museum

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Located in Stockbridge, MA (6 miles from Richmond)

Chesterwood is the country home and studio of Daniel Chester French (1850-1931) sculptor of the statue of Abraham Lincoln in the Memorial in Washington, DC, and The Minute Man, Concord, MA.

(This excerpt provided by Chesterwood Estate & Museum representatives)

Museum
Norman Rockwell Museum

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Located in Stockbridge, MA (6 miles from Richmond)

Norman Rockwell Museum, located in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, holds the world's largest and most significant collection of works by Norman Rockwell, including more than 700 paintings, drawings, and studies and an archive of more than 150,000 photographs, letters, and materials.

(This excerpt provided by Norman Rockwell Museum representatives)

Museum

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