A tribute to the Green Mountain Boys who fought in the 1777 Battle of Bennington.
Historical novelties, self-taught and regional artists, and the largest public collection of Grandma Moses paintings.
The country home, studio and gardens of America’s foremost public sculptor, Daniel Chester French.
Explore the history of the oldest paper company in American from 1770 to today.
Tour the buildings, farm and gardens, meet baby animals in the spring, and savor the harvest in the fall.
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 Lincoln Family Home in Manhester, VT.
The exhibit is a dynamic collage of photographs, newspaper articles, posters, blueprints, oral histories, and videos about Hancock Shaker Village past, present, and future.
1920s home of the American poet.
Susan B. Anthony’s birthplace and museum.
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 history of the Thunderbolt trail features exhibitions and memorabilia.
Explore the history of Williamstown on this walking tour of Central Williamstown.
This urban park uses historical artifacts to bring to life the controversial and danger-filled construction of the Hoosac Tunnel.
A research center dedicated the history of the most northwestern township of Massachusetts.