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This art museum contains post 1960 large scale installation of sculpture and paintings.
This art museum is housed in 1846 Greek Revival rotunda, collections include American, European, Asian, Indian, African, Italian art and more.
This museum contains Italian, Flemish, Dutch and French Old Master paintings from the 14th-18th centuries, English silver, French and American prints, paintings and porcelain.
This museum 's exhibits include furnishings from Revolutionary times, artifacts pertaining to the town, its people and their way of life. 2 historic structures on site: 1785 and...
This quiet park nestled in the woods of the Taconic Valley with a variety of activities including swimming, fishing, hiking, biking, nature trails, picnicing and cross-country...
This historic village contains 21 buildings dating back to 1790, collections include furniture and artifacts of Shaker communities, agricultural tools, crafts, paintings, textiles...
This art gallery is housed in the birthplace of General Electric. Collections include murals by Berkshire Artisans public mural team and Daniel Galvez, glass window and sculpture....
Collections include American 19th and 20th century paintings, sculptures, shells, minerals, dioramas of the animals of the world, fresh and salt water touch tanks, and historical...
Guided tours are available to take you through the summer home of the famed poet, William Cullen Bryant. Collections include rural life artifacts, furnishings and European and...
This history house museum is housed in the home of Herman Melville, 1850-1862. Collections include artifacts relating to Berkshire County, archives, decorative arts and...
This museum is housed in 1800 building used as a post office, Masonic meeting hall and tavern. Collections include furnishings, tools, farm machinery and a 17 room tavern.
This museum features trolley rides, antique steam locomotives, railroad and trolley pictures and artifacts.
Collections include regional painting and sculpture, New England and early Vermont furniture, Bennington pottery, early American glass, regional historical materials and more.