Williamstown and the Berkshires

The Berkshires are a wonderful playground of activities.

Just five minutes away, downtown Williamstown is a lively college town with antique shops, boutiques, cafés, and old-fashioned, small-town ambiance.

Williamstown and the surrounding area boasts many wonderful places to enjoy culture. Several world-class art museums open throughout the year are located there, including:

A short distance away in North Adams and Stockbridge, you will find cultural centers, such as:

  • MassMoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art), North Adams, is a multi-disciplinary center for visual, performing, and media arts, that presents exhibitions and performances
  • Berkshire Botanical Garden, Stockbridge
  • The Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, honors this town’s famous native son
  • Naumkeag (Trustees property), Stockbridge, is famous for 8 acres of terraced gardens and landscaped grounds surrounded by 40 acres of woodland, meadow, and pasture.
  • Mission House (Trustees property), Stockbridge, is a National Historic Landmark that contains an outstanding collection of 18th-century American furniture and decorative arts, and features a beautiful Colonial Revival garden.

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The Guest House at Field Farm
A Trustees Property
554 Sloan Road
Williamstown, Massachusetts 01267

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