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Lenox Events

5 of the Best Annual Lenox Events You Shouldn’t Miss

Lenox is a charming Berkshire town filled to the brim with fun and interesting things to do. While the museums, art galleries, and numerous outdoor activities are major points of interest, many guests at the Gateways Inn also visit for the events that take place all year round! From summer celebrations to fall festivals, these […]

Spas in Lenox, MA

3 of the Most Luxurious Spas in Lenox, MA

Sometimes all you need to feel truly relaxed is a little pampering. In fact, a recent study by Statista found that regular visits to a spa are beneficial to your health. With such facts there to support it, why wouldn’t you want to spend a rejuvenating day in one of the spas in Lenox, MA? […]

Lenox Print and Mercantile

What Treasures Will You Find at the Lenox Print and Mercantile?

For truly authentic Berkshire gifts and souvenirs, visit Lenox Print and Mercantile! Showcasing the artwork of only local artisans, this quaint and fun boutique will leave you wanting to explore its contents for hours. The shop supports the careers of talented artists in western Massachusetts and is proud to display their masterpieces in the store. […]

Places to go in Western Mass

10 of the Best Places to Go in Western Mass

Thousands of tourists make a visit to western Massachusetts every year because of its enchanting charm, stunning natural beauty, and rich history. A common question many of our guests have is, “What are the best places to go in western Mass?” We’re always happy to assist our visitors in planning a fun-filled day in the […]

Family walking on the grass at the Big E Fair

Experience the Fun of the Big E Fair

The Big E Fair, also known as the Eastern States Exposition, is the largest agricultural event on the eastern seaboard and attracts upwards of one million visitors each year. Located in West Springfield, Massachusetts, the event opens on the second Friday after Labor Day and offers seventeen days of concerts, vendors, rides, food, games, and […]

View of Horton the elephant at the Dr Seuss Sculpture Garden

3 of the Best Things to See at the Dr. Seuss Sculpture Garden

Theodor Seuss Geisel, known to the world as Dr. Seuss, was born on March 2, 1904, in Springfield, Massachusetts. The Geisel home was not far from Mulberry Street, the subject of his first children’s book And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, published in 1937. Today, the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture […]

Two red apples hanging off a tree at Bear Swamp Orchard

4 of the Best Things to Do at Bear Swamp Orchard

Founded in 2005 by the Gougeon family, Bear Swamp Orchard & Cidery is a small 25-acre farm in Ashfield, Massachusetts, that grows certified organic apples in over 60 different varieties. This unique eco-friendly orchard produces everything from cider and vinegar to jams, jellies, and maple syrup and is the perfect place to spend an afternoon. […]

Paintbrushes and paint at the Clark Art Institute

These Exhibits at the Clark Art Institute Are Not To Be Missed

One of the most respected art museums in the world, the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (also known as “The Clark”) is a beloved landmark in Williamstown, Massachusetts. The unique facility serves as both a museum and research institute and features a wide array of exhibitions, collections, and education opportunities for visitors of all […]

Two women in a store looking at Berkshire antiques

6 of the Best Places to Find Berkshire Antiques

Most people know that antiques are more desirable than typical mass-produced items because of their one-of-a-kind qualities, impeccable details, and craftsmanship. These pieces were made with care, have withstood the test of time, and show us what life was like at a certain point in history. Here in the Berkshires, our antique stores carry beautiful, […]

Audience cheering at one of the best concerts in Massachusetts

Where Are the Best Concerts in Massachusetts?

The Berkshires is known as an epicenter for dance, theater, and musical arts, and with venues that feature both local talent and big-name acts, it’s also a popular destination for some of the best concerts in Massachusetts. Here, guests can enjoy everything from bluegrass festivals to choir performances and can celebrate their love of music […]

Edible mushrooms massachusetts

How to Identify Edible Mushrooms in Massachusetts

Mushroom hunting has been a popular activity in Europe for hundreds of years, but it wasn’t until recently that Americans started hopping on the fungi-foraging bandwagon. With the recent focus on organic and locally-sourced food, the allure of wild mushrooms has skyrocketed. This is particularly true in the Berkshire region of Massachusetts, where local experts […]

Table of items at the Brimfield Antique Show

The Most Unique Finds at the Brimfield Antique Show

Dating back to the 1950’s, the Brimfield Antique Show in Brimfield, Massachusetts, is the largest and best-known outdoor antique show in the world. Each year, the show attracts visitors from over 26 countries, as well as thousands of vendors who sell everything from fine antiques to miscellaneous chachkies over the course of six days. Whether […]

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