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Visit the Shelburne Falls Area! classic hilltown villages, galleries, shops, restaurants, recreation. Fall in love with the rural new England setting. "It's Alive with Tradition." Much more information at the Village Information Center and at the Shelburne Falls web site!
Get to know the Cat in the Hat at the Dr. Seuss National Memorial or learn about the game of basketball at the Basketball Hall of Fame. Catch a symphony performance, visit the home of a true literary great, and then tour a bustling gallery filled with the works of local artisans. Travel back in time to Colonial days at Historic Deerfield or Old Sturbridge Village. Explore outer space at the Seymour Planetarium at the Springfield Science Museum or treat your senses and visit Yankee Candle Village, the company's flagship store.
With everything from fantastic attractions to fascinating arts and culture, outstanding outdoor recreation and great shopping - Greater Springfield, Northampton, Amherst and the Pioneer Valley is the place to be!
Culture, historic and natural attractions with world class dining in the city of steeples. Open : M-F 8:30 - 5:00 pm
the North Quabbin Region is the quintessential New England destination located in the heart of the 6 state region. Under an hour and a half drive from Boston, join us to hike, paddle, snowshoe, fish, bird, camp and enjoy 100,000 acres of public conservation land
Celebrating Turners Falls and the Connecticut River area as a destination for the arts, outdoor recreation, culture and history. Events include open artist studios, craft fairs, historic tours, live music & theater, museum exhibits, Native American festivals, literary events & more.
The Village of Turners Falls, located on the Connecticut River in the Town of Montague, was developed as a planned industrial community in the late 1800's. The site of the village is also significant in Native American History as it was one of the few places in the region where northern tribes, which relied on hunting and gathering, and southern agriculture people gathered to fish, trade, worship, socialize, and share their cultures. Downtown Turners Falls is a registered National Historic District featuring distinctive 19th century architecture. The village is home to a number of working artist studios, The Shea Theatre, The Hallmark Museum of Contemporary Photography and The Great Falls Discovery Center which interprets the Connecticut River Watershed's rich natural, cultural and industrial history. Turners Falls also has great outdoor recreation opportunities with a waterfront bike path and easy access to Barton's Cove, Northfield Mountain, and The Montague Plains.
The Williamstown Chamber brings you the best of the Northern Berkshires. Come experience the area's stellar scenic beauty complemented by a wealth of world-class cultural and recreational attractions. It's the place to be any time of the year.