Close to Home. Far from Ordinary.
A few hours cruise from Boston or New York brings you to a land where folks rise to bird song and misty mountains, sip local brews under upside down trees, and mingle with cows and art together.
The Clark Art Institute
In one day you could roam through tree-tops on an aerial adventure and delight in the colors of celebrated Impressionist paintings.
Stroll shady walks and hike forested mountains to sweeping vistas and open sky.
Travel auto roads or foot trails to summit the highest peak, Mount Greylock, then head downtown to discover new three-story tall art installations.
North Adams, MA
Want to fly-fish or paddle? You can do that here too, in some of the most enchanting settings imaginable.
Hoosic River at TOURISTS
There’s also Medieval altarpieces, gorgeously groomed golf courses, outdoor concerts, old growth forest, winding mountain bike trails, distinctive architecture, art for kids, swimming holes, and lakeside beaches.
Taconic Golf Course
Restaurants use fresh food from local farms and offer socially distanced dining inside, outside, and for takeout. Inns and campgrounds have innovated new measures to help you stay healthy and well.
The Williams Inn
Plan a break. Now’s the time. Fill your senses with fresh air, bird song, and amazing art. #GoBerkshires
What’s it like to visit during the Coronavirus pandemic? Learn more here.
We are so grateful for our partners. While in Williamstown, be sure to visit:
The mountain and sunset photo credits go to Leslie Morgenthal.