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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 train museum is housed in the restored 1903 Lenox station. Exhibits include 1920's-1960's railroad equipment, vintage coaches, photographs of Berkshire residences. Activities...
This historic village contains 21 buildings dating back to 1790, collections include furniture and artifacts of Shaker communities, agricultural tools, crafts, paintings, textiles...
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...
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....
Lee, MA 01238
- Distance: 7 Mile(s)
Lee, MA 01238
- Distance: 8 Mile(s)
This art and history museum contains manuscripts and multicultural art. Activities include lectures, formal educational programs, local and traveling exhibits
This art museum is housed in former studio of Sir Henry Hudson Kitson, collections include sculpture, graphics, paintings and more.
A large collection of original Rockwell art.
This historic house has collections colonial furnishings, pottery and tools.
This history museum's collections include inventions by Anson Clark, 1751 Jonathon Edwards table, local history, archives, Indian artifacts, documents and more.
This garden features 15 acres of colorful perennial and annual gardens, herb and rock gardens, pond gardens, arboretum and more.
The Chester Hill Winery, tucked away in the foothills of the Berkshires in blueberry country, specializes in delectable blueberry wines to complement dinner as well as dessert....
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 pastoral property is a quintessential example of the open spaces that once dominated the Berkshire region. The wines have won numerous awards at the Big E Northeast Wine...
This historic house museum c1750 contains 18th century decorative arts, redware, textiles, lighting devices and agricultural tools.