Address: Mill River,, Amherst.
A beautiful waterfall surrounded by unlimited natural beauty and photographic opportunities
Address: 195 Skinner State Park Rd, Hadley.
This is a historical landmark in Amherst and the state park surrounds Mount Holyoke, the westernmost peak of the Mount Holyoke Range and an year-round hiking paradise
Address: 125 W Bay Rd, Amherst.
This museum is dedicated to the art of the picture book and especially the children's book and one of the favorite destination for visitors and the museum was founded by famed illustrator Eric Carle
This is a beautiful nature park in Amherst and a paradise for nature lovers. You can explore the pond that is the largest open water body in Amherst and a prominent recreation area for fishing, birding, nature walking, canoeing, picnicking and swimming
Address: 280 Main St, Amherst.
This museum was opened in 2003 and consisting of two houses: the Dickinson Homestead and the Evergreens. You can explore the architecture, interiors, gardens, etc over here
Address: 41 Quadrangle Dr, Amherst.
This is an amazing art museum that houses an amazing collection of American and European paintings, Mexican ceramics, Tibetan scroll paintings, English paneled room, ancient Assyrian carvings, Russian avant-garde art, West African sculpture, and Japanese prints.
Address: 11 Barrett Hill Dr, Amherst.
This is the largest natural history museum in New England. It was opened in 1865 and situated on the campus of Amherst College. You can explore 1,700 species tracing the history of life on earth, from bacteria to giant mammals
Address: 67 Amity St, Amherst.
This history museum was opened in 1916 and attracts visitors with an amazing collection of historical artifacts and exhibition of local arts
Address: 1500 West St, Amherst.
This park is a popular recreation hub in Amherst and attracts visitors with unlimited natural beauty like breath-taking mountains, streams, wetlands, etc over here and enjoy nature trails, restricted hunting, photography, etc over here
Address: 83 Mill Ln, Amherst.
This is a beautiful nature park spreads around 14 acres of lush greenery. This is a popular family picnic spot and you can enjoy nature trails, BBQs and playgrounds for children over here
Address: 529 Belchertown Rd, Amherst.
This is an old and still functioning winery in Amherst and you will be able to understand the winemaking process, techniques used for it and offers wine tasting opportunities for visitors
Address: 1021 West St, Amherst.
This is a cultural institution located on the campus of Hampshire College in Amherst and it is dedicated to the preservation of books in the Yiddish language, as well as the culture and history those books represent
Address: 1500 West St, Amherst.
This is a visitor center in Amherst and this is the end of Top Notch Hiking Trail
This conservation area is popular for trail network along the brook, for walking, running, and biking. You can also relax by the water or kids can enjoy playing water
Address: 426 State St, Amherst.
This is a beautiful nature park in Amherst with attractions like swimming pools, picnic spots, basketball courts, fountains, etc
Address: E Pleasant St, Amherst.
This park is a favorite destination for nature lovers. You can find several native as well as non-native tree species like Sugar maples, white pines, honey locusts, London planetrees, Norway spruce, and little leaf lindens
Address: 10 Skinner State Park Rd, Hadley.
This is a paradise for hiking lovers with several hiking trails with scenic views. You can enjoy the breath-taking views of the Connecticut River Valley and mountains
This is a public research and land-grant university in Amherst. The university offers academic degrees in 109 undergraduate, 77 master's and 48 doctoral programs. Programs are coordinated in nine schools and colleges.
Address: 20 Elm St, Northampton.
This is a popular college museum in the country with an amazing collection of paintings of Renaissance artists
Amherst College is a private liberal arts college in Amherst, Massachusetts and was founded in 1821 as an attempt to relocate Williams College by its then-president Zephaniah Swift Moore, and Amherst is the third-oldest institution of higher education in Massachusetts.
Address: 16 College Ln, Northampton.
This beautiful botanic garden is situated on the campus of Smith college and attracts visitors with wide varieties of plants and flower species