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Econo Lodge The Springs

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94 Route 7, New Ashford, MA, US, 01237

  • Phone: (413) 458-7090
  • Fax: (413) 458-7092
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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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Arts & Museums

»Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (The Clark)

What started as home for Francine and Sterling Clark's art collection in 1950 is now a full-scale institute featuring a museum, exhibitions and educational programs. The white-columned facilities are set in the lush natural surroundings of the green-treed hill and dale of the Berkshires. There is a fine collection of French Impressionist art as well as Renaissance and other 19th-century paintings. Admission is free from November through May.

225 South Street
Williamstown, MA 01267

»North Adams Museum of History and Science

Housed in a beautifully restored historic freight yard, over 25 exhibits on three floors portray a microcosm of America as told through the history of North Adams and the environment of the Berkshires. Exhibits include mills (cotton, shoes, machinery, electronics), farming, schools, immigration, religion, flora and fauna, politics, ballooning, railroad, replica of Fort Massachusetts barracks room and black light gallery. Changing temporary exhibit area and hands-on areas for children.

Western Gateway Heritage State Park
North Adams, Massachusetts 01247

»Berkshire Museum

A life-size stegosaurus named Wally greets you at the Berkshire Museum, home to an aquarium, fine art gallery (paintings and sculptures from around the world) and natural history museum. Exhibits focus on regional history and science, especially making featured displays accessible to children. The 1903 museum was founded by Zenas Crane, grandson of the founder of Crane & Company. It is a popular place for weekend outings with families.

39 South Street
Pittsfield, MA 01201

»Mass MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts)

The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art is located in North Adams in Berkshire County. It plays host to a series of visual art and performing art shows throughout the year. Artists are allowed to prepare their works like sculptures, paintings and more in large sizes, as the museum is gigantic. For performing arts, there are good venues, such as the Hunter Center, with excellent technical facilities. So come by for an interesting learning experience at this one of a kind museum. Two reasonably priced restaurants are also located on-site.

87 Marshall Street
North Adams, MA 01247

»Kolok Gallery

Kolok Gallery is a contemporary art gallery focused on recognizing emerging and mid-career, nationally and internationally-based artists through representation and/or exhibition.

121 Union Street, Suite 1-E
North Adams, Massachusetts 01247

»Hancock Shaker Village

The western Berkshires region is known as "Shaker Country." This village, composed of 20 historic buildings and galleries, is open daily for self-guided and staff-guided tours. Explore the Round Stone Barn, farm, and water-powered machine shop in what was an active Shaker community up until 1960. There are loads of events for the whole family to enjoy at the Hancock Shaker Village, so expect great seasonal activities no matter when you visit.

1843 West Housatonic Street
Pittsfield, MA 01202

»Berkshire Historical Society at Herman Meville's Arrowhead

The Berkshire County Historical Society's archives and library are in a 20th-century addition of the Herman Melville estate. An array of educational programming such as free monthly lectures in the Arrowhead Barn Visitors Center, artifacts on Berkshire families, a birthday party for Herman Melville, and an August Monument Mountain climb commemorating the famous meeting of Melville and Nathaniel Hawthorne are only a few of the monthly activities.

780 Holmes Road
Pittsfield, MA 01201

»Inspired Planet

While physically located in Lenox, this unique museum also features an online gallery and store, featuring artifacts, books, and collections of sacred art, meditation aids, ritual objects, shamanistic items, and many other objects, from antique to modern, from all around the world and from diverse cultures.

36 Pittsfield Road, Route 7
Lenox, Massachusetts 01240

»Andrew DeVries, Sculptor

This fine gallery features the works of noted American sculptor Andrew DeVries.

17 Franklin Street
Lenox, Massachusetts 01240

»Towne Gallery

This gallery has a commitment to the support of artists who work in various media, including fine lithographs known for their subtle shading effects, beautiful paintings, fine crafts, and American style art that reflects the history of the Berkshires area, while also offering custom framing services.

68 Main Street
Lenox, Massachusetts 01240

»Church Street Art Gallery

This unique art gallery showcases the art of self-taught artists who, without formal training, produce works that capture and display a

34 Church Street
Lenox, Massachusetts 01240

»Frelinghuysen Morris House and Studio

This American Cubists' home and forty-six-acre estate has been transformed into an art gallery, and features an extensive collection of American and European Cubist art that includes murals, paintings, and sculptures; art by well known artists such as Picasso, Braque, Leger, and Gris is on display.

92 Hawthorne Street
Lenox, Massachusetts 01240
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