Address: 55 Main St, Lenox.
This is a historic church building at 169 Main Street in Lenox, Massachusetts. Built-in 1805, it is one of a small number of surviving Federal period churches in the region.
Address: 2 Plunkett St #2704, Lenox.
This cultural center was a previous home of noted American author Edith Wharton, who designed the house and its grounds and considered it her first real home.
Address: 472 W Mountain Rd, Lenox.
This is a large wildlife sanctuary with unlimited natural beauty and visitors can enjoy plenty of nature trails.
Address: 275 Main St, Lenox.
This is a beautiful nature park with unlimited natural beauty.
Address: 104 Walker St, Lenox.
This is a historic, Jacobean-style mansion and museum in Lenox.
Address: 92 Hawthorne St, Lenox.
This museum was the house and studio were home to American Abstract Artists George L.K. Morris and Suzy Frelinghuysen.
Address: Yokun Ridge South, Hiking Trails, West Stockbridge.
This is a popular natural attraction in Lenox situated at the center of the 734-acre Yokun Ridge reserve in the heart of central Berkshire County and famous for nature trails.
Address: 780 Holmes Rd, Pittsfield.
This museum was the home of American author Herman Melville during his most productive years, 1850–1863.
Address: 101 Dan Fox Dr, Pittsfield.
This ski area attracts visitors with skiing, snowboarding, tubing, a snow terrain park, a great learning bunny hill with a magic carpet, etc.
Address: 1843 W Housatonic St, Pittsfield.
This is a favorite destination for children with various events and exhibitions.
Address: 317 Woodland Rd, Lee.
This is a 16,460-acre forest and recreational preserve located primarily in the town of Washington with adjoining parcels in Becket, Lee, and Lenox.
Address: 81 State Rd, Richmond.
This winery produces ultra-premium wines.
Address: 2 Prospect Hill Rd, Stockbridge.
Roman Catholic shrine on 350 acres with a white marble Mary statue, ornate mural & Sunday Mass
Address: 39 South St, Pittsfield.
This museum houses amazing collection of art, natural history and ancient civilization that is located in Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts.
Address: 5 Prospect Hill Rd, Stockbridge.
Visitors can tour this spacious, 19th-century summer home & picnic on its landscaped grounds.
Address: 5 West Stockbridge Road, Stockbridge.
This botanical garden spreads around 15 acres and contains over 3,000 species and varieties, with an emphasis on plants that thrive in the Berkshires.
Address: 297 West St, Lenox.
This is a popular live music venue in Lenox and it has been the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra since 1937.
Address: 3 Elm St, Stockbridge.
This art center houses excellent glassworks of artists.
Address: 9 Glendale Rd, Stockbridge.
This museum houses the world's largest collection of original Norman Rockwell art as the best of American illustration.
Address: 309 Holmes Rd, Pittsfield.
Canoe Meadows brings wilderness to Berkshire County’s largest city, attracting warblers, turtles, ospreys, otters, and the occasional bear at different times of the year.
Address: 135 Main St, Lee.
This museum is dedicated to animation, special effects & art, with guided tours.