Historical Sites

Arrowhead – Farmhouse where Herman Melville wrote “Moby Dick” is now a National Historic Landmark with guided tours, history exhibits and nature trail.

Berkshire Botanical Garden – One of America`s oldest botanical gardens featuring 23 seasonal display gardens, classes, and special exhibits. Open daily year-round.

Chesterwood – Summer home, studio and gardens of Daniel Chester French, the Lincoln Memorial sculptor featuring outdoor contemporary sculpture.

Hancock Shaker Village – This living history museum brings the Shaker story to life with demonstrations, heritage breed animals, gardens, and trails.

Mission House – Down the street and within walking distance of The Red Lion Inn, this National Historic Landmark showcases the history of Stockbridge.

The Mount – Experience the beauty of Edith Wharton’s historic estate and gardens with guided tours, outdoor dining and special events.

Naumkeag House and Gardens – This Gilded Age mansion with original furnishings and art is a National Historic Landmark and features 10 acres of iconic gardens with panoramic views.

Norman Rockwell Museum – Housing the world’s largest and most significant collection of Rockwell art, this year-round museum preserves the art of illustration.

Ventfort Hall Museum of the Gilded Age Museum – The film set for Cider House Rules, this 1893 Mansion offers tours, teas concerts and lectures year-round.

The Red Lion Inn – Yep. We’ve been around since 1773. So there’s a lot to see. Why not take a self-guided tour of the Inn? Grab a brochure at the front desk and wander the halls, peek around the corners and enjoy the art and antiques that help make us a true living museum.