Explore the history of Williamstown on this walking tour.
Museum and research center dedicated the history of Williamstown.
Former school principal Jane Allen will speak on schools in Williamstown.
This urban park uses historical artifacts to bring to life the controversial and danger-filled construction of the Hoosac Tunnel.
Susan B. Anthony’s birthplace and museum.
Explore the history of the oldest paper company in American from 1770 to today.
Arrowhead was the home of author, Herman Melville, and is the first National Historic Landmark to be designated in Berkshire County.
The country home, studio and gardens of America’s foremost public sculptor, Daniel Chester French.
The Mount is the home of Edith Wharton in Lenox, MA and features the main house, stable, gardens, and bookstore.
Established in 1953, this is the national center for Herman Melville studies.
A tribute to the Green Mountain Boys who fought in the 1777 Battle of Bennington.
1920s home of the American poet.
The Lincoln Family Home in Manhester, VT.
An online collection of postcard images of Williamstown from about 1900 until about 1915.
The history of the Thunderbolt trail features exhibitions and memorabilia.
Brings the Shaker story to life. Events, exhibits, and daily tours for the whole family.