Sturbridge and The Pioneer Valley Sights

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Amherst Historical Society and Museum

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In a mansion dating to the mid-1700s, this museum exhibits household tools, furnishings, and clothing that reflects changing styles of...

Bridge of Flowers

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From April to October, an arched, 400-foot trolley bridge is transformed into this promenade bursting with color and a wide variety of...

Calvin Coolidge Presidential Library and Museum

  • Library/Archive

Opened in 1894, the Romanesque-style Forbes Library is one of the city's most distinguished buildings. The Hosmer Gallery on the upper...

Emily Dickinson Museum

  • House/Mansion/Villa

The famed Amherst poet lived and wrote in this brick Federal-style home. Admission is by guided tour only, and to say that the tour guides...

Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art

  • Arts/Performance Venue

If you have kids in tow—or if you just love children's book illustrations—"the Carle" is a must-see. This light-filled museum celebrates...

Historic Deerfield

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With 52 buildings on 93 acres, Historic Deerfield provides a vivid glimpse into 18th- and 19th-century America. Along the tree-lined...

Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory and Gardens

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

This glass conservatory glitters with more than 4,000 butterflies. Kids love the butterfly nursery, where newborns first take flight.

Memorial Hall Museum

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Native American artifacts, as well as quilts, furnishings, and crafts from the early settlers are on display at this small three-story...

Mount Holyoke College

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Founded in 1837, Mount Holyoke was the first women's college in the United States. Among its alumnae are poet Emily Dickinson and playwright...

Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

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The 24,000 works in the college's collection include Asian, European, and American paintings, as well as sculpture and contemporary art...