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Stockbridge is a center of Berkshire Hills culture, including the Berkshire Theater Festival. It was the summer home of renowned illustrator Norman Rockwell, and famous sculptor Daniel Chester French.

by Tom Brosnahan
Travel Info Exchange



Stockbridge MA is rich in historical and cultural attractions, its wide Main Street lined with grand houses, each set apart in its own lawns and gardens.

Stately trees fill the skyline.

The ambience is quiet and refined.

You'll want to stroll along Main Street east of the Red Lion Inn, admiring the well-kept old buildings, houses and shops. Then go west to see even grander houses, and north to take in the view from Eden Hill. More...

In and around Stockbridge, visit Chesterwood, the summer estate and studio of renowned sculptor Daniel Chester French; Naumkeag, the sumptuous estate of a wealthy New York lawyer; Mission House, with furnishings from 1740 and earlier; the Norman Rockwell Museum; and the Berkshire Theater Festival.

Though similarly named, the village of West Stockbridge, 4.3 miles (7 km) northwest of Stockbridge, is a much smaller, quite different place with its own special ambience. More...

Hotels & Inns in Stockbridge

Berkshires Hotels, Motels & Inns

What to See & Do

Theater & Dance in the Berkshires

Music & Concerts in the Berkshires

State Forests, Parks & Ponds

Tourist Information

Stockbridge Transportation

West Stockbridge



Great Barrington

About the Berkshire Hills


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Main Street, Stockbridge MA

Shops on Main Street,
Stockbridge MA.

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