Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, with the stegosaurus outside the front door, houses a varied collection assembled a century ago by a local industrialist, Xenas Crane.
Exhibits explore local history, Berkshire innovations and artists, and a wide range of fields — work by contemporary American Indian artists, stories and art from the Pacific Northwest, photographs from the American West and an honest look at real cowboys, and many more.
The museum offers exhibitions and activities for visitors of all ages, from fine art and ancient objects to a condensed aquarium and the Feigenbaum Hall of Innovation. It aims to be a community museum: a place where everyone, from toddlers to elders, can learn, play, explore and be invloved.
Monday through Saturday: 10am-5pm
Closed Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day