Explore the history of Williamstown on this walking tour of Central Williamstown.
Bascom Lodge is a rustic stone and wood building at the summit Mount Greylock, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s on the Appalachain Trail. It is open from May to October.
Known for its round stone barn, this living history museum re-creates one of the last communities founded by a people who believed in equality and a spare beauty of design.
The Williamstown Historical Museum is a research center dedicated to explaining the history of the most northwestern township of Massachusetts.
Using photographs, old maps, news clippings, and manuscript materials, Dustin Griffin will tell the story of the13 Galusha Farms.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote with this new exhibition at the Berkshire Museum. Come for this preview, a special event free to the public!
This urban park uses historical artifacts to bring to life the controversial and danger-filled construction of the Hoosac Tunnel.
Explore the history of the oldest paper company in American from 1770 to today.
Susan B. Anthony’s birthplace and museum.
Established in 1953, this is the national center for Herman Melville studies.
Herman Melville lived at his Pittsfield farm at Arrowhead was the ?from 1850 to 1863, while he wrote Moby-Dick. 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 historic home of the Pulitzer prizewinning and internationally beloved American novelist Edith Wharton, who designed the house and its grounds and wrote that she considered it her first real home.
The Lincoln Family Home in Manhester, VT.
1920s home of the American poet.
A tribute to the Green Mountain Boys who fought in the 1777 Battle of Bennington.
The history of the Thunderbolt trail features exhibitions and memorabilia.