Galleries, and the Arts
of Massachusetts at Amherst
and Hampshire College
Historical Commission Museum, Main Street, Goshen. Museum
houses tools, paintings, documents, and memorabilia depicting the
history of Goshen.
Farm Museum, junction of Routes 9 and 47, Hadley, (413)
Historic House Museum, 1752, 130 River Drive, Huntington,
Titanic Museum, 208 Main Street, Indian Orchard, (413)
Gallery, Skyline Trail, Middlefield, (413) 623-6481.
Holdings include floor/wall paintings, folk art prints, and
Studio, River Road, Middlefield, (413) 238-7755. Houses
the sculpture of the noted artist Andrew Devries.
War Museum at Memorial Hall, 198 Main Street, Monson,
College Museum of Art, Route 9 in Northampton, (413)
585-2760, TTY (413) 585-2786. Museum is closed until early 2003 for
renovation and expansion. Pieces by Picasso and his contemporaries
make this museum a must visit.
for the Arts in Northampton, 17 New South Street,
Northampton, (413) 584-7327. This premier gallery and performance
space for western Massachusetts artists and arts organizations hosts
more than 250 performances and gallery exhibitions each year. It
also produces Northampton's First Night Festival.
Plant House and Botanic Gardens, Lyman Conservatory,
Smith College, Northampton, (413) 585-2740. The Lyman Plant House
and its adjoining botanical gardens contain plant species from all
over the world. Open daily, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Berkshire Museum, 39 South Street, Route 7, downtown
Pittsfield, (413) 443-7171. "Wally," a life-sized
stegosaurus, welcomes visitors to Berkshire County's only art,
natural science, and history museum, featuring changing exhibitions,
permanent collections, aquarium, wacky Vend-O-Mat, a gift shop, the
Festival of Trees, and more.
Galleries, and the Arts Continued
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