Williamstown Travel guide
Williamstown : Michelin's recommendations
This beautiful colonial village snuggles in the northwest corner of Massachusetts, at the place where the Mohawk Trail enters the Berkshires. The rolling landscape provides a lovely setting for prestigious Williams College as well as for the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute and the annual Williamstown Theater Festival.
Tourist attractions Williamstown : Things to see and do
225 South St USA - Williamstown MA 01267
The European and American paintings, sculpture, works on paper and decorative arts of the illustrious Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute were gathered by Robert Sterling Clark and his wife, Francine, during the years between World War I and 19..
On Main St. between Spring and Water Sts USA - Williamstown MA 01267
This building, one of the finest on the Williams campus, has evolved over the years from a brick Greek Revival octagon (1846) to its present size, which includes additions by renowned architect Charles Moore. The building's unassuming exterior belies..
1090 Main Street USA - Williamstown MA MA 01267
Prix Prices from : 125 $
Located on the Williams College campus, this Massachusetts hotel features an indoor pool, hot tub and sauna. All guest rooms include free Wi-Fi and cable TV. The Williams Inn Massachusetts features on-site gourmet dining. The inn’s extensive menu o..
480 Main St. USA - Williamstown MA MA 01267
Prix Prices from : 62 $
Located 14 miles from skiing on Jiminy Peak, this Williamstown motel is also 3 minutes’ drive from Williams College. Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast each morning and have access to free Wi-Fi. Swimming in the outdoor heated pool and picni..
222 Adams Road USA - Williamstown MA MA 01267
Surrounded by the Berkshire Mountains, this Williamstown hotel offers a 4-diamond restaurant, an outdoor pool and spacious guest rooms with free Wi-Fi. William College is less than one mile away. Every guest room at the Orchards Hotel features views..