Naturally Gorgeous. Culturally Saturated.

Williamstown, MA

Towns and forest trails shimmer with autumnal glow. Restaurants craft delectable specialties from local harvests.  Indoors and out, artworks inspire, provoke, and engage.

Now’s the time to plan a restorative visit, an enthralling adventure, a cultural uplift!

Oh, the glorious views!

Cruise into town on some of the most spectacular scenic byways in New England, including the historic Mohawk Trail.

Mohawk Trail Hairpin Turn

Or ditch the car and enjoy gentle strolls and adventurous climbs each cast in an array of brilliant colors.

Check out our hiking maps and resources to plan your routes.

Hike and explore to your heart’s content

For quintessential Fall experiences, find your way through a corn maze, stop at a farm stand, and pick your own apples at a nearby orchard!

Corn Maze!

While out exploring, find dozens of public art projects in forests and downtowns all around the Northern Berkshires.

The Bus Stand, by Victoria Palermo for MASS MoCA

Acquaint yourself with masterpieces of European and American art at The Clark Art Institute and step outside to explore woodland footpaths and their first outdoor sculpture exhibition.

A Device to See the World Twice, by Kelly Akashi for Ground/work at The Clark

Consider thought-provoking and engaging installations at MASS MoCA with ample indoor spaces for families, couples, and individuals to roam and explore.


Ready for a break? Treat yourself at one of the many restaurants serving locally sourced and crafted food and spirits.

The Barn Kitchen & Bar at The Williams Inn

When the sun sets and temperatures start to fall, you can cozy up indoors and listen to a ground-breaking audio play by the award-winning Williamstown Theatre Festival, or read inspiring fiction and prose by one of our local authors.

The Hopper, Mount Greylock

Open your eyes to the dazzling views and extraordinary culture in the northern Berkshire mountains and make memories for a lifetime.

Curate your Fall and Winter experiences now.


Eyes, by Louise Bourgeois for Williams College

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:


Thank you to Leslie Morgenthal and Carol Stegeman for the beautiful photographs of fall foliage in the mountains.