Things to see and do - Stockbridge
Stockbridge Travel guide
Stockbridge : Michelin's recommendations
Founded in the early 18C, this quintessential New England town nestled in the heart of the Berkshires exudes a grace and charm that have traditionally endeared it to wealthy Bostonians and New Yorkers as well as to artists and writers. Stockbridge's Main Street is lined with a picturesque row of pedimented buildings and large clapboard dwellings rimmed by broad lawns. In summer, performances of classic American drama are presented at the Birkshire Theater Festival.
Tourist attractions Stockbridge : Things to see and do
9 Route 183
Occupying a 36-acre estate overlooking the Housatonic River Valley, this immensely popular museum is the repository of the largest collection of original works by America's premier 20C illustrator. The core collection comprises Rockwell's personal ho..
4 Willamsville Rd
This large estate, formerly a farm, was acquired in the late 19C by the American sculptor Daniel Chester French (1850-1931). French is probably best remembered for the impressive seated Abraham Lincoln he sculpted for the Lincoln Memorial in the nati..
5 Prospect Hill Rd
This Norman-style mansion (1886, Stanford White) and its terraced hillside gardens were built for Joseph Choate (1832-1917), US ambassador to England. Naumkeag was the Choate family's summer cottage. The unusual design of the entrance to the Chinese ..
30 Main Street USA - Stockbridge MA 01262
Nestled in the heart of central Stockbridge, Massachusetts, this historic hotel offers luxurious accommodations, friendly service and gourmet on-site dining options, only a short distance from area points of interest. The completely non-smoking Red ..