Have you found the Japanese Guest House yet? Did you know there’s a path to a waterfall just off that unsuspecting residential side street? While you’re here for a few days, we’ve put together recommendations for exploring the area and ideas to use us as a vacation planner as you set out your week.
- What’s your travel style? Brooklyn imagination and homebrew, or cosmopolitan comfort with a touch of the outdoors? Our trip itineraries show the area from different points of view.
- Farm food thrives in the Berkshires, and we offer some of our favorite flavors: Highly-rated restaurants, even hidden in empty mill territory, or locally made coffee or vanilla … or chocolate.
- If you’re looking for a lesser-known day hike or caught by the weather and trying to find creative ways to entertain the kids, let our insiders be your guide.
This beautifully written and illustrated portrait showcases many fine examples of American campus architecture at Williams College. Includes walking tours of campus.
An insider’s guide to getting outside.
Recommendations for our most sophisticated, cultured friends.
Advice for our hip, quirky, artsy friends.
Epicurean faves for those who love to eat.
Tips for moms and dads from moms and dads.
Founded in 2018, this Williamstown company organizes six-day trips in July and August to explore art, music, theater and more across the Berkshires, with local food and adventures.
Just north of Williamstown, Route 7 crosses the Vermont border into a corner of the Green Mountains that has fostered its own artistic community for more than a century.
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A suggested plan for the solo traveler.