The Berkshires Western Massachusetts

Rediscover how to play in a land of limitless sports and recreational opportunities. Recapture the joys of learning and creativity in America's premier cultural area, which offers art venues, festivals and historical sites to satisfy every interest. Acquire new insights with a hike along the paths where Berkshire writers and poets have long sought their muse. Rendezvous with nature on a late afternoon picnic to a nearby park or the velvety grounds at Tanglewood.

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Norman Rockwell Museum: The largest collection in the world of original art by America's favorite illustrator.

Tanglewood: Summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Jacobs Pillow Dance Festival: America's premier dance festival featuring hundreds of performances and free events.

National Shrine of the Divine Mercy: A ministry of the Marians of the Immaculate Conception.

Hancock Shaker Village: Restored Shaker Village and living museum with 20 buildings set in 1,200 acres of farm and pasture.

Chesterwood Estate & Museum: Explore the art and life of America's most famous monumental sculptor, Daniel Chester French, creator of the Lincoln Memorial and Minutemen.

Mass MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art): Exhibits from some of the liveliest, most evocative and provocative art being made today.

Lee Premium Outlets: Over 65 designer outlet stores in the area.

Cranwell Golf Club: 18-hole championship course along with the Golf Digest school.

Butternut Ski Area: Great local ski area, not far from the Pilgrim Inn.

Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort: Ski area, year round resort and more.

Shakespeare & Company: Launching its 34th season in the culturally-rich Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts in Lenox.

Appalachian Trail: Hike the scenic trail that goes up the east coast from Georgia to Maine.

Mohawk Trail: Scenic vistas from Williamstown and North Adams.

Lime Rock Speedway: Located in scenic Northwestern Connecticut, it is one of America's oldest continuously operated road racing courses.

Just The Berkshires: For additional Berkshire information, from dining to events, please visit

165 Housatonic Street (Route 20)  

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Lee, MA 01238