Best of Western Massachusetts
- Where to Go
- The Best of Vermont
- Rumblings of Revolution
- New, New England Dining
- Boston’s Artistic Expression
- Vermont Leaf Peeping
- Into the Wild
- Vermont Skiing at Its Best
- Visit Vermont’s Maple Sugar Shacks
- Connecticut for Kids
- Vermont’s Covered Bridges
- A Shore Thing
- Vermont with Kids
- Portland Maine Art Galleries
- Small-Town Flavor
- Connecticut’s Wine Trails
- New Hampshire’s Farmers Markets
- A Weekend of Vermont Art
- Family Matters
- Maine Wilderness Camps
- Vermont Cheddar Houses
- Connecticut Spas
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame: Chamberlain, Bird, and Jordan all get their due at this temple of ball.
Emily Dickinson Homestead: The poet’s former home is a mandatory pilgrimage spot for her devotees.
Shelburne Falls: The Bridge of Flowers is just the beginning in a delightful town frozen in time.
Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art : The former mill buildings this museum inhabits are just as impressive as the modern art within them.
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute: One of the best small museums in the country specializes in Monet and Renoir.
Berkshire Athenaeum: The Melville Room is chock-full of artifacts of the Moby Dick author.
Tanglewood: The summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra is the region’s premier attraction.
Norman Rockwell Museum: The man who immortalized small-town America is himself immortalized in a small town.
© Michael Blanding and Alexandra Hall from Moon New England, 2nd Edition