Galleries, and the Arts
of Massachusetts at Amherst
and Hampshire College
Homestead, 91-93 Church Street, Chicopee, (413) 594-6496
Covered Bridge, off of Route 112. A scenic wooden bridge
over the North River.
Farm, Route 112, Cummington, (413) 634-5529.
4-G's Sugar House, Porter Hill Road, Cummington, (413)
Sugarhouse on Fairgrounds Road in Cummington, (413)
Deerfield, Main Street, (413) 774-5581. Fourteen 18th-
and 19th-century houses and the Flynt Center of Early New England
Life feature objects made or used in America from 1650 to 1850.
Farm Llamas, Year-round llama Hikes, Harris Street (south
side of Mount Holyoke Range), (413) 467-7146. Take a llama to lunch.
Enjoy the peacefulness and tranquility of hiking with a llama.
Available most days, weather permitting. Hikes can be adapted to
Seat Tower, just off Mountain Road. Named after local
bared Frederick Goddard Tuckerman, the tower offers a spectacular
view of the Pioneer Valley, as well as southern Vermont and New
(Leyden) Covered Bridge, Eunice Williams Drive. Restored
bridge offers a splendid view of Franklin County.
House at Skinner State Park in Hadley. Offers panoramic
view of the Pioneer Valley.
Hall of Fame, 444 Dwight Street at Heritage State Park,
Holyoke, (413) 536-0926. Showcasing the sport invented in Holyoke.
Graphics, interactive video programs, a hitting machine, and
numerous other displays make this popular for the entire family. The
hall is open Tuesday - Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on
Sundays noon to 4:30 p.m. There is an admission fee.
Barrett Fishway, Holyoke Dam, Holyoke, (413) 659-3714.
Two elevators lift more than a million migrating salmon and shad
over the dam into the Connecticut River. Viewing windows and
observation platform. Open Wednesday - Sunday, mid-May - June 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
|The Five College
Bed & Breakfast Association
P.O. Box 3252, Amherst, MA 01004