Among the top liberal arts colleges in the nation, Williams College is the epicenter of our town.
At the heart of the Clark is a world-class collection of 19th century French art displayed in an intimate setting.
Williamstown Theatre Festival presents Tony Award-winning summer theater.
The highest peak in Massachusetts, Mount Greylock offers staggering views into five states.
The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art occupies 26 mill buildings in nearby North Adams.
Three amazing floors of Sol LeWitt wall drawings are on view at MASS MoCA until 2033.
The Lunder Center at Stone Hill on the Clark's campus is home to the renowned Williamstown Art Conservation Center.
The galleries at Stone Hill Center, Tadao Ando's first building at the Clark, often feature modern and contemporary art.
Bang on A Can presents an annual innovative music festival and residency program at MASS MoCA.
Exhibitions at WCMA illuminate cultural themes, emphasizing modern, contemporary, American, and world art.
MCLA, one of the nation's top 10 public liberal arts colleges, has its own public art gallery on Main Street in North Adams.
Public art on the Williams campus includes sculptures by Louise Bourgeois (pictured), Jenny Holzer, and George Rickey.
Williamstown Theatre Festival attracts celebrity actors, directors and playwrights each summer.
The ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance at Williams College is a state-of-the-art venue for performing arts.
Williams students perform throughout the academic year on the Main Stage of the ’62 Center.
Performing arts -- including several major music festivals -- are core to MASS MoCA's mission.
Jacob's Pillow, America's longest-running dance festival, hosts over 50 dance companies each summer in Becket.
Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, is a celebrated outdoor music venue in Lenox.
A major exhibition of sculpture and paintings by Anselm Kiefer fills a 10,000 square foot building at MASS MoCA.
Kidspace is where kids consider and create art in a child-centered gallery and hands-on-studio.
The newly expanded Clark features striking architecture by Pritzker Prize winner Tadao Ando.
Williamstown's annual film festival features movie premieres and access to indie actors, writers and directors.
Images Cinema is a non-profit community movie theatre that presents independent, foreign, and classic films.
Hancock Shaker Village in nearby Pittsfield is a living-history museum featuring Shaker furniture, artifacts, and heritage-breed livestock.
A family-owned dairy farm, Cricket Creek makes award-winning artisanal cheese and welcomes visitors daily.
The Williamstown Historical Museum invites people to step back in time.
Art and natural history make inspiring connections for visitors of all ages at Pittsfield's Berkshire Museum.
The Taconic Golf Club has been named one of Golf.com’s best destinations in the East.
Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation is a member-supported land conservation trust with barns, a pond, and an interpretive center worth exploring.
Ramblewild, located in the tree canopy of Brodie Mountain, offers eight aerial adventure courses of varying difficulty.
Nike Sports Camps at Williams College attract top-flight young athletes from around the globe.
Williamstown-based Overland offers biking, hiking, language, and outdoor leadership camps for 4th-12th graders.
Family–friendly Jiminy Peak is the largest ski and snowboarding resort in southern New England.
Cheering on the 32 Division III varsity athletic teams at Williams is a favorite local pastime.
Opening to the public in fall 2014, Sawyer Library at Williams will be an incredible new information commons.
Chapin Library, one of the best collegiate collections of rare books, folios, prints and manuscripts, is accessible to the public.
Williamstown is a vibrant community punctuated by historic buildings and homes.
Boasting modern art, sculpture, and furniture, the Guest House at Field Farm offers pristine woodland trails and a pond-side folly.
Bascom Lodge is a rustic hikers' lodge perched atop Mount Greylock.
Visitors to Williamstown enjoy scenic mountain views any time of year.
People travel from all over to experience the fall foliage in and around Williamstown.
Snowshoeing options are limitless during Williamstown winters.
When spring arrives in Williamstown, the flowers pop and maple syrup flows.
The Berkshire Hills in summer are home to some of the best hiking trails, cycling rides, and running routes in the Northeast.