Trees glow with brilliant colors over hillsides and mountain tops, crisp apples wait to be picked, farm stands offer freshly harvested vegetables of all sorts. You can find these quintessential Fall experiences throughout New England, but here in the northern Berkshires you can also visit world-class museums and explore outdoor art trails. This is the place to be each Fall!
- Easy strolls, adventurous climbs and everything in between – the trails shimmer and dazzle each Fall!
- Farm stands like Whitney’s and Ioka Valley offer activities for families as well as delicious foods and pumpkins!
- Find your way through a corn maze, visit an incredible pumpkin show on the grounds of a 19th century estate, and when your ready for some indoor time, visit a museum!
- Don’t miss the Bennington Museum with the largest holdings of Grandma Moses paintings and the famous Stickle Quilt displayed only in the Fall.
Hunters share the woods with hikers and bikers in November and December, so wear bright colors. Be safe, be seen, and have fun out there!
Children and adults both love the corn maze challenge! There’s also a scavenger hunt, mini golf, farm stand and food truck.
An apple orchard and more at the base of Mount Greylock.
Orchard, farm stand, cider mill, bakery and kitchen. Pick your own or pick up freshly picked fruit!
Browse the large red barn packed with Vermont products and souvenirs, fruits, vegetables, and of course their famous baked goods.
Peruse the beautiful gardens of this 19th century estate decked out for Fall every October! Visit afternoon or evening.
The 1863 Jane Stickle Quilt is only on display for a brief time each Fall.
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Whitney’s has it all – garden and lawn help, fresh produce, a delicious deli, and outdoor play for families.