The Berkshires Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Berkshires - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Berkshire Mountain Distillers

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The sweet scent of the country's premier craft gin permeates the Berkshires' first legal distillery since Prohibition. The retail store,...

Berkshire Museum

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Opened in 1903, this "universal" museum has a little bit of everything: paintings from the Hudson River School, Alexander Calder mobiles,...

Chesterwood

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For 33 years, this was the summer home of the sculptor Daniel Chester French (1850–1931), who created The Minute Man in Concord and...

Clark Art Institute

  • Museum/Gallery

One of the nation's notable small art museums, the Clark has won numerous architectural awards for its 2014 redesign by Reed Hilderbrand...

Hancock Shaker Village

  • Historic District/Site

America's third Shaker community, Hancock was founded in the 1790s. At its peak in the 1840s, the village had almost 300 inhabitants...

Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

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For 10 weeks every summer, the tiny town of Becket, 14 miles southeast of Lenox, becomes a hub of the dance world. The Jacob's Pillow...

Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

Formerly the home of the Sprague Electrical Company, the nation's largest center for contemporary visual and performing arts is one of...

Schantz Galleries

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Jim Schantz's gallery is small and tucked behind a bank, but it displays some of the finest glasswork in the world. With items from nearly...

The Mount

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This 1902 mansion with myriad classical influences was the summer home of novelist Edith Wharton. The 42-room house and 3 acres of formal...

The Wit Gallery

  • Museum/Gallery

If you walked past this gallery, you'd inevitably end up ducking in for a closer inspection of the stunning glassworks in the windows.

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