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Art, history and theater can fill your days and nights in Stockbridge MA.

by Tom Brosnahan
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Mission House Museum

Built by the Reverend John Sergeant to carry out his Christian mission to the Stockbridge Indians, the house is furnished in American pieces all dating from 1740 or earlier. More...

Merwin House

This late-Federal-style residence, across from the Mission House at 14 Main Street, is now a museum with an eclectic mix of European and American objects and furnishings. More...


Just west of the National Shrine of the Divine Mercy, this palatial mansion (1886) was designed by renowned architect Stanford White. Many of the sumptuous furnishings are still in place, and there are extensive formal gardens. More...

Berkshire Botanical Garden

Near the junction of MA 102 and 183, these pleasant gardens offer natural refreshment after all that indoor culture. More...

Norman Rockwell Museum

South of the berkshire Botanical Garden along MA 183, this museum boasts the world's largest collection of works by famed illustrator Norman Rockwell (1894-1978). It also features changing exhibits of others' art. More...


Just a short distance beyond the Norman Rockwell Museum is the Berkshire summer estate of renowned sculptor Daniel Chester French features his studio and a gallery of his work. More...

Hancock Shaker Village

Until 1960, this was home to members of a religious sect noted for their quiet, simple lives, hard work, and quality handicrafts. More...

Berkshire Theater Festival

From late June through August, plays are staged in the Berkshire Playhouse and other venues on Monday through Saturday evenings, and on Thursday and Saturday afternoons. More...

West Stockbridge

An entirely diferent town west of Lenox and northwest of Stockbridge proper, West Stockbridge has a number of shops and art galleries. More...

National Shrine of the Divine Mercy

Atop Eden Hill, north along Pine Street from the Red Lion Inn, is a sumptuous estate owned by the Catholic Marian fathers. From its beginning as an Indian mission in 1734, the estate has seen many additions over the years. Having served as a mansion for the wealthy and as a private school, it is now a monastery and shrine. Visitors are welcome to stroll the grounds and take in the impressive buildings and the views of the Berkshire Hills. More...


There are six downhill ski areas in the Berkshires: Berkshire East, Bosquet, Brodie, Butternut, Catamount, Jiminy Peak, and Otis Ridge. More...

Hotels & Inns in Stockbridge

Berkshires Hotels, Motels & Inns

Tourist Information

Stockbridge Transportation

About Stockbridge

West Stockbridge


Great Barrington

About the Berkshire Hills

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Water steps at Naumkeag, Stockbridge MA

Above, the water steps at Naumkeag, a sumptuous estate in Stockbridge MA.

Below, Chesterwood, the country estate of sculptor Daniel Chester French.

Chesterwood, Stockbridge MA


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