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The Berkshires boasts over one hundred cultural attractions, many of which are world-renowned. Home to a myriad of art, theater, dance, music, film and historic sites, the Berkshires’ reputation for word-class culture is well deserved.

The Berkshires has a museum, historic site or garden for just about everybody, toddlers and teens included. Experience the rich blend of history, arts and cultural heritage that make our region so distinctly different.

The Berkshires is a paradise for the athletically inclined and people who simply like to take in the fresh air. The hiking is superb, golf courses abound, and kayaking or canoeing can be done on a lake or in a stream. Other tempting activities include horseback riding, adventure courses, whitewater rafting, swimming, camping, skiing, either downhill or cross-country, snowshoeing, and many other enjoyable choices.

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Clark Art Institute

Enjoy exceptional art and architecture in an unparalleled setting. The Clark Art Institute is one of a small number of institutions globally that is both an art museum and a center for research, critical discussion and higher education in the visual arts. Open since 1955, the Clark houses exceptional European, American, British, & Old Master paintings. it also has an extensive collection of master prints and drawings, English silver & early photography.

225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267
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Climb, swing and float through canopies of leaves and columns of pristine Berkshire hemlock. Let ropes, bridges, zip-lines, and
walkways lead you through an unforgettable and exhilarating aerial adventure. Discover acres of magical tree-to-tree aerial tours in the Berkshires. Perfect for families, nature lovers, adventurers and thrill-seekers.

108 Brodie Mtn Road, Lanesboro MA 01237
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Home, studio & gardens of Daniel Chester French, sculptor of the Lincoln Memorial. Outdoor sculpture & special programs.  Kids under 13 free.
4 Williamsville Road, Stockbridge MA 01262
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Open year-round and housed in an old restored 19th century factory, they are the country’s largest center for contemporary visual and performing arts.
87 Marshall Street, North Adams MA 01247
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